Entree Recipes

Three Delicious Recipes for Leftover Roasted Chicken

Roasted chicken is commonly served during special occasions like Thanksgiving Day, Birthdays and family reunions. Due to its huge serving, this dish usually has many leftovers. It will be such a waste if you will throw them away. Re-heating the roasted chicken for next day’s meal won’t be a good idea because the chicken will end up dry and tough. Kids might end up not eating the chicken so why not re-invent this dish? There are many ways on how you can make the leftover roasted chicken more exciting.

Recipes for Leftover Roasted Chicken

Here are some of them:

Stir-fry Chicken Spaghetti

Kids love spaghetti and you can bring that birthday atmosphere right in your own home by cooking up this simple and healthy dish. It is so easy that you can spend more time playing your favorite games at FoxyBingo.com while the children play their own kind of game. Find some veggies in your refrigerator like tomatoes, carrots and bell peppers then cut them into small pieces. Stir-fry the veggies, strips of leftover chicken, ginger and garlic. Season them with soy sauce and sesame oil then add spaghetti noodles. You can now continue playing bingo in your iPad while digging in a bowl of chicken spaghetti.

Chicken and Cheese Pizza

Instead of ordering pizza at Pizza Hut or Domino’s, you can save up by making your own pizza. If you don’t have frozen pizza crust in your freezer, then you can get one at any supermarket. You can also make your own dough by combining 25 grams of margarine with 150 grams of self-rising flour. Add one beaten egg and two tablespoons of milk into your dough. Roll out the dough into circles. You can now add toppings on your crust like tomato sauce or puree, sliced tomatoes, chicken strips and grated cheese. Season the pizza with oregano, basil, salt, and pepper. Put in the oven (200 degrees Celsius) and bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Fresh pizza crust takes a longer time to cook than the frozen crust.

Chicken Sandwich Filling

Make a healthy chicken sandwich for your kid’s pre-packed lunch instead of rushing to the nearest McDonald’s to order a greasy burger. Mix the chicken strips with mayonnaise, curry powder, mango chutney and lemon juice. You can layer veggies such as lettuce, cucumber and tomato in the chicken sandwich to make it more nutritious.


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