Thursday, October 7, 2010
TOP TEN things you could do with a rotisserie chicken, while homeschooling
8: Pull meat off the bone, saving carcass for stockpot. Use meat for an infinite number of recipes calling for cooked chicken.
7: Liquid penicillin for an ailing student: homemade chicken soup and stock.
6: Make gravy from your homemade stock
5: Chicken enchiladas or nachos
4: Asian lettuce wraps, no measuring needed: cooked chicken, hearts of palm, roasted red pepper, simmered in low sodium soy and a drop or two of sesame oil. Top chicken w/ fresh cilantro. Wrap in whole leaves of Bibb lettuce. Serve with slivered fresh carrot, crunchy rice noodles and pickled ginger.
3: Chicken casseroles, ad nauseum... everyone's got 'em!
2: Your favorite chicken salad
and the No. 1 thing you could do with a rotisserie chicken, while homeschooling is: Click on the link for the recipe, then put your feet up. Let your kids make Miss Vivian's chicken crescents for supper and call it math and home economics!