Back in August, a visit to Charlotte by President Obama prevented me from sharing a particular banh mi recipe with you. I still posted the recipe here, but the segment that got interrupted due to his visit didn’t air until September.
I thought now might be a good time to remind you to make this burger. I’m thinking that breaking them out for a tailgate might make a lot of hungry fans very happy.
It’s the final meal of the Chicken Challenge. If you’ve made it this far, I hope you are feeling quite pleased with yourself. After all, you’ve taken one chicken and managed to feed you and someone else 4 meals. You are a provider, a waster of nothing, and a person who is probably ready to eat something other than chicken. But not yet…
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After the richness of last night’s chicken pot pie, this udon noodle bowl will be a refreshing, yet still filling, meal. I love this combination of flavors, but be creative as there are so many ways you can change things up from using a noodle other than udon to adding different vegetables.
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There is no better use for leftover chicken than chicken pot pie. Don’t even try to argue with me on this one. A flaky, homemade crust topping chicken and vegetables swimming in a rich veloute is one of my favorite meals. Yes, it’s home-cooking, but put a homemade chicken pot pie in front of anyone and they will eat and be happy.
You roasted a chicken and made carcass stock, so I’m taking it easy on you for meal #2 of the chicken challenge. It’s hard to beat chicken salad and when you throw chopped artichoke hearts and walnuts into the mix it doesn’t last long.
There are many ways to roast a chicken, but I stumbled upon this technique for slow-roasting chickens about a year ago and haven’t looked back. In the original recipe, it’s called faux-tisserie chicken, because while it’s not roasted on a spit, the chicken that comes out of your oven after three hours of cooking on low heat has the same crispy skin and wonderfully tender meat that you expect from a rotisserie chicken.
The long roasting time doesn’t bother me as I have no problem finding other things to do while my house fills up with the wonderful smell of roasting chicken. However, if you are short on time, use the same simple ingredients called for in the recipe below, but cook according to the instructions found in this roasted chicken recipe.