Tag Archives: Chicken

Crêpes and Broccoli

  We had had a late and large lunch, so a light supper seemed in order.  I hadn’t made crêpes in many years, but was inspired by an efriend’s post – Whole Wheat Crepes With Spinach & Mushrooms into giving it a whirl. … Continue reading

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Tortellini Chinoise

  They are not to be confused with a real main dish, but the little filled pastas that have appeared in the grocery stores are appealing as a special treat to take the place of just plain pasta.  The little … Continue reading

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Chicken Salad on Whole Wheat Sourdough Medallions

It was one of those lunches that just grew like Topsy. I had a bit of solid white meat chicken breast leftover from the night before, and Chicken Man reminded me of how much he loves my chicken salad. So, … Continue reading

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McNuggets with a New Dipping Sauce

Same ol’ McNuggets, but with a couple of twists. When I grated the dry bread crumbs, I tossed in the dregs of a bag of tortilla chips, and then seasoned it a bit with Montreal Steak Seasoning, poultry seasoning, onion … Continue reading

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Chicken Vegetable Noodle Soup

   This is the chicken vegetable soup that I was making when I piggy backed the slow cooker onions for the French Onion Soup.  The Asiago cheese on top was perfect. 

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Berbere and Dill

   Two taste treats in one! I had simmered the thigh, leg, and wing bones from the turkey in the Crockpot overnight, which produced another two quarts of rich broth and a good pile of meat.  I sautéed some onion, … Continue reading

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Israeli Cous Cous and Chicken 

   A fifteen-minute dinner.  Sauté some chopped onions and red peppers with a cup of Israeli cous cous.  Add 1-1/4 cups of boiling water.  Cover and turn heat as low as it will go.   Set a timer for about … Continue reading

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