I don't usually cook with them, but have just pulled some out of the freezer. What is something quick and simple I can do with them for dinner, keeping in mind dd may wake up and need attention half way through?
I have veggies (frozen if need be, if s&s gets too clingy, but I do also have some fresh) various spices, pasta etc...
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14-10-2013 15:20 #1
14-10-2013 15:31 #2
Chop them up and pan fry with some onion and whatever spices you like, add your vegies and a white/cheese sauce then serve over pasta :-)
You could make a soup too - throw vegies and chicken in a big pot with water and salt/chicken stock and herbs of choice :-)
14-10-2013 15:35 #3Senior Member
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i'd just make a chicken casserole/sauce to go with rice. yum.
14-10-2013 15:39 #4
Are they on the bone or fillets?
Fillets: you can make a chicken carbonara style pasta, curry chicken, butter chicken, stir fry or just pan fry & serve with veg & gravy.
On the bone: apricot chicken or any other casserole like dish.
14-10-2013 15:41 #5Senior Member
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I do chicken thighs no bones trimmed fat and I just pan fry with Lemon juice, garlic and smoked paprika and whatever other herbs. Serve with potato or rice.
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