This savory, satisfying casserole from Kersten Campbell of Pullman, Washington is real comfort food that freezes so well. Thaw it in the fridge overnight then pop it into the oven when you get home the next day for a super-easy supper.
Michelle Tromblay from Fairfield, Ohio came up with her own version of chicken salad after tasting a similar one at a restaurant. “You can use broiled or sauteed chicken if you’re in a hurry or find yourself with leftovers,” shares Michelle.
Leftover chicken and her grandmother’s treasured recipe add up to a delectable, down-home supper that heats up chilly nights in Stafford, Texas for Joyce Fogelman.
TIP: Serve with an easy salad of tossed greens or a loaf of crusty French bread.
“I love this recipe for its great flavor, speed and utter simplicity,” writes Tracy Reedy from Dublin, Ohio…”not to mention the wonderful moistness of the chicken!”
TIP: Tracy also likes to serve this chicken over brown rice.
“I call this ‘Good Neighbor’ pizza because I got the recipe from a good neighbor,” Connie Staal writes from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Marinated in a scrumptious soy-sauce mixture, grilled chicken gives this delicious main dish Asian flair.
Here’s a party appetizer that’s delicious and so simple. Rotisserie (or leftover) chicken keeps it quick, and the seasonings and splash of lime juice lend fantastic flavor. My husband likes this snack so much that he often requests it for dinner! —Gail Cawsey, Geneseo, Illinois