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What to do with chicken for supper tomorrow?

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
I need some inspiration, we had roast chicken on Sunday and have about half of it left and need to do something with it for supper tomorrow.
It has to easy, can't take long, not spicy, no pasta (as having carbonara on Wednesday).
Please help, I have been coming up blank.
Oh, and I am rubbish at making white sauce so no chicken pie.
Thanks.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
Chicken pie?
1 Like #2
new potatoes and garden peas
banned 1 Like #3
Chicken sandwich?
1 Like #4
chicken parmasan

modify it to what you have left and serve with potatoes or summit YUM.
1 Like #5
Make a casserole?
1 Like #6
curry sauce from the supermarket (get a mild one if you dont like spice) in the pan with the chicken, heat it up voila
2 Likes #7
yeeew, that's fowl
1 Like #8
Stir fry
#9
Some great suggestions, thank you. I couldn't think of anything and googling 'chicken' came up with youtube links, Burger King and KFC lol.
Curry sauce is winning, it needs to be quick and easy, plus tasty is a bonus.
Any recommendations for Korma sauces, we used to get Lloyd Grossman but he changed the recipe and it's gross now.

Edit: Stir fry is a close second choice :)

Edited By: sickly sweet on Feb 14, 2011 21:36
banned 1 Like #10
yeah, try ''chicken recipes'' or something next time. not just chicken X)
1 Like #12
what about a Colemans chicken casserole sauce. Bung it in slow cooker with the powder, water and some veg, Then all done for when you want it.
1 Like #13
Morrisons have the fresh vegetable stir fry packs on for 50p just now if you have one local 4 varieties I think mushroom, vegetable, chinese and chilli or there abouts, cheap and quick.
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#15
DangerGod
yeah, try ''chicken recipes'' or something next time. not just chicken X)


I am tired and my brain is not functioning, but that would have been better I admit.
But I am decided on Chicken Korma, looking forward to it now, I haven't had a curry in ages.
Thanks everyone, really appreciated.
1 Like #16
So, after asking for something not spicy in the OP, the decision is a curry, d'oh
1 Like #17
chicken fried rice?
I make my chicken pie with gravy, not white sauce. Much tastier :p

Edited By: MAIA on Feb 14, 2011 21:46
#18
peodude
Lots of recipes http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/search?keywords=chicken&x=0&y=0&occasions[]=&chefs[]=&programmes[]=

What about a nice lumpy chicken and potato soup?


I've got long day at hospital tomorrow and will have to organise supper with my father helping, I'd love a chicken casserole or soup but just takes too long and involves standing up.
I'd get something from Tescos if this chicken didn't need eating up.
Korma sauce + chicken = easy peasy and I can't ruin it with a shockingly bad cooking skills (even though I have taken a cooking course!). Plus it should be yummy.
I will take note of ideas for next week though, I'm loving the sound of some of the suggestions.
#19
peodude
So, after asking for something not spicy in the OP, the decision is a curry, d'oh


Hehe, Korma isn't spicy, it's creamy...and I'm fussy...and be nice I'm feeling poorly lol.
#20
sickly sweet
peodude
Lots of recipeshttp://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/search?keywords=chicken&x=0&y=0&occasions" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/search?keywords=chicken&x=0&y=0&occasions[]=&chefs[]=&programmes[]=What about a nice lumpy chicken and potato soup?
I've got long day at hospital tomorrow and will have to organise supper with my father helping, I'd love a chicken casserole or soup but just takes too long and involves standing up.I'd get something from Tescos if this chicken didn't need eating up.Korma sauce + chicken = easy peasy and I can't ruin it with a shockingly bad cooking skills (even though I have taken a cooking course!). Plus it should be yummy.I will take note of ideas for next week though, I'm loving the sound of some of the suggestions.

What time shall I come round? :p
#21
sickly sweet
peodude
Lots of recipes[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/search?keywords=chicken&x=0&y=0&occasions[]=&chefs[]=&programmes[]=

What about a nice lumpy chicken and potato soup?


I've got long day at hospital tomorrow and will have to organise supper with my father helping, I'd love a chicken casserole or soup but just takes too long and involves standing up.
I'd get something from Tescos if this chicken didn't need eating up.
Korma sauce + chicken = easy peasy and I can't ruin it with a shockingly bad cooking skills (even though I have taken a cooking course!). Plus it should be yummy.
I will take note of ideas for next week though, I'm loving the sound of some of the suggestions.


Chicken casserole is the easiest meal to make ever. You just bung it all in!?
#22
dh058977


What time shall I come round? :p


Will you bring me chicken soup? If so any time - I'll leave the keys in the usual place (_;)
1 Like #23
Shellywelly


Chicken casserole is the easiest meal to make ever. You just bung it all in!?


I've never made it before. It tastes so yummy I thought it must be complicated and when my mum makes it she has this 'I've been slaving over a hot stove for hours so I hope you like it' face - has she been deceiving me all these years?
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sickly sweet
dh058977
What time shall I come round? :p
Will you bring me chicken soup? If so any time - I'll leave the keys in the usual place (_;)

Dont worry I had my own cut! lol
suspended 1 Like #25
Go round to Scott Mills house and beat him with it (_;)
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sickly sweet
Shellywelly


Chicken casserole is the easiest meal to make ever. You just bung it all in!?


I've never made it before. It tastes so yummy I thought it must be complicated and when my mum makes it she has this 'I've been slaving over a hot stove for hours so I hope you like it' face - has she been deceiving me all these years?


Seriously so easy. Just get a colemans sauce then either shove it in the oven on low or a few hrs in slow cooker, all instructions on the back of pack. Serve it with some mash or if feeling lazy buy some fresh mash and some steamed broccoli. sooo easy!
#28
dh058977


Dont worry I had my own cut! lol


Greedy beggar. I hope the chicken was free range, organic and was stroked every day by little children with a feather or else I am not sure I can eat it.
1 Like #29
sickly sweet
dh058977
Dont worry I had my own cut! lol
Greedy beggar. I hope the chicken was free range, organic and was stroked every day by little children with a feather or else I am not sure I can eat it.

I meant keys! Im not sure I like how your mind works! lol
2 Likes #30
Slice up 1 green pepper and a good handful of mushrooms. Sauté them off in 50g of butter and then add 2 table spoons of flour. Stir in then add (slowly) a mixture of ½ pint of chicken stock (a cube will do) and ¼ pint of milk. Keep stirring till it thickens up. Shred up your left over chicken and stir in, season well. Bung in the oven for 20 mins on 170 ish. Serve with new potatoes and green beans. I have this all the time with left over chicken but serve it on a bed of pasta.
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dh058977
sickly sweet
dh058977
Dont worry I had my own cut! lol
Greedy beggar. I hope the chicken was free range, organic and was stroked every day by little children with a feather or else I am not sure I can eat it.


I meant keys! Im not sure I like how your mind works! lol


I thought you meant cut of the chicken soup. My family are greedy and will take the food out of your mouth, literally, marsbar shoved half way will be ripped from your hand and demolished before you can say 'oi!'. Or when I was a child I was given the marsbar wrapper to play with whilst the boys had the choccy.
Men cannot be trusted with food in my house, you turn your back and 'whoosh' it's gone.
#32
kipster
Slice up 1 green pepper and a good handful of mushrooms. Sauté them off in 50g of butter and then add 2 table spoons of flour. Stir in then add (slowly) a mixture of ½ pint of chicken stock (a cube will do) and ¼ pint of milk. Keep stirring till it thickens up. Shred up your left over chicken and stir in, season well. Bung in the oven for 20 mins on 170 ish. Serve with new potatoes and green beans. I have this all the time with left over chicken but serve it on a bed of pasta.


That sounds easy enough. what type of flour? Thanks btw.
1 Like #33
sickly sweet
dh058977
sickly sweet
dh058977
Dont worry I had my own cut! lol
Greedy beggar. I hope the chicken was free range, organic and was stroked every day by little children with a feather or else I am not sure I can eat it.
I meant keys! Im not sure I like how your mind works! lol
I thought you meant cut of the chicken soup. My family are greedy and will take the food out of your mouth, literally, marsbar shoved half way will be ripped from your hand and demolished before you can say 'oi!'. Or when I was a child I was given the marsbar wrapper to play with whilst the boys had the choccy.Men cannot be trusted with food in my house, you turn your back and 'whoosh' it's gone.

Not sure it was the men in our house but unless you learnt to inhale your food then you didnt get a chance to eat it!
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plain
1 Like #35
I use Campbells cream of chicken soup for the gravy in chicken pie.. Yum, Yum...

master_chief
Chicken pie?
1 Like #36
fajitas!!!!
banned 2 Likes #37
ham82
fajitas!!!!


sorry but that user has been banned :D.. so thats off the menu
1 Like #38
Another idea for leftover chicken is wraps. I usually spread some salsa on a wrap, grate some cheese (optional but lovely if the chicken is hot) place the chicken on that and put lettuce on the top. Wrap it all up and serve with potato wedges and onion rings and some colesaw/pasta salad.
2 Likes #39
could also ask DLM for advice, i'm sure she'll be more than happy to help. (_;)
1 Like #40
I love chicken casserole, I buy a casserole powder sachet, frozen casserole veg mix from asda so you've got the veg ready anytime, I then cut up some potatoes and add the chicken in, but I use raw chicken and leave it for a few hours. Sometimes the sauce needs thickening up after a few hours, so I use cornflour. But you literally chuck it in a huge pyrex bowl, add the sachet and then top it up with extra water and put lid on and in the oven- done in about 5-10 mins at the most. Then you leave it :D

Edit-
You could also do sweet and sour chicken, grab a jar of sauce, a packet of microwaveable rice (you could add some diced bacon, egg and garlic and fry it quick in the pan) and it's done in a few minutes- yummy!!

Edited By: midjet666 on Feb 15, 2011 15:01

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