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Making roast chicken means having leftovers for another meal. That’s called working smart in the kitchen. Five ways to spin those succulent leftovers.
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Five Things to Do With Roast Chicken

Making roast chicken means having leftovers for another meal. That’s called working smart in the kitchen. I love it. Gone are the days when I used to buy roast chicken from the grocery store – way too salty. I decided to take matters into my own hands.

I like Mark Bittman’s clever method of roasting chicken in a preheated cast iron skillet. However, roasting at a very high temperature with olive oil makes it a bit too smoky for my liking. I lean towards canola oil. Remember to use a digital thermometer to know when the chicken is done (165F in the thickest part of the thigh).

Here are five ways to spin those succulent leftovers into a brand new meal:

 

1) Wraps, sandwiches and tacos – give these mango chicken wraps a try or tuck into a cheesy chicken panini

2)  Saladsapple, grape and chicken salad with Korean dressing catch your fancy, or how about citrusy chicken salad with feta

3) Soups – add to any vegetable soup, such as this lentil soup with barley soup

4) Pizza – my kids love chicken + mushrooms + pineapple + mozzarella, but I’m curious to try this Thai chicken pizza

5) Pasta or noodles — toss together this broccoli, chicken and pesto rotinidish or twirl up a spicy noodle plate

How do you use leftover roast chicken?

  • Zannat

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