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Old 02-20-2014, 06:34 PM   #1
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Jazzing up rotisserie chicken

Does anyone have any ways to jazz up rotisserie chicken that is still hot from the rotisserie?

Stirling has gotten very bored with plain, skinless chicken breasts. (He only likes white meat and doesn't like skin.)

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Old 02-20-2014, 06:42 PM   #2
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Have you got any soft tacos Taxy? Chicken, a dash of taco seasoning, a dab of sour cream, some tomato and a bit of shredded cheddar. Yum
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:54 PM   #3
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Have you got any soft tacos Taxy? Chicken, a dash of taco seasoning, a dab of sour cream, some tomato and a bit of shredded cheddar. Yum
That sounds like a great idea. It should work with hard tortillas too. I'll plan that for another time. I don't have any taco seasoning made up and I'm too tired to be bothered to make some up right now.
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Perhaps Asian, maybe with some pineapple and teriaki, oyster, and/or soy sauce with rice, or some good curry sauce. Dipped in BBQ or honey mustard sauce. Lemon pepper sprinkled.
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Does anyone have any ways to jazz up rotisserie chicken that is still hot from the rotisserie?

Stirling has gotten very bored with plain, skinless chicken breasts. (He only likes white meat and doesn't like skin.)
Dipping sauces !
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Dipping sauces !
That sounds like a good idea. Any suggestions for dipping sauces? It's not really something I have done, except for sauces for dipping vegis.
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That sounds like a good idea. Any suggestions for dipping sauces? It's not really something I have done, except for sauces for dipping vegis.
^^Read up, Taxy. Do you have any BBQ sauce, etc? Ranch, other dressings.
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Old 02-20-2014, 08:03 PM   #8
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You could try a hurry up version of a Chicken Reuben.

Pile up some white meat chicken, sauerkraut, a slice of Swiss cheese and nuke it or bake it until everything is hot and gooey, top with some Thousand Island dressing. It sounds gross, but it is pretty tasty. I think it would also be good with red cabbage instead of kraut.
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When it's hot, we just dig into it like any other roasted chicken, like we'll do tonight with a veg and some spuds. I just got one at Costco today. I love the leftovers for a multitude of one dish wonders that take some time, like Italian Flag Casserole

I was happy to find a new item at Costco today...a two pound package of beautiful boneless skinless breast meat from their rotisserie chickens. I'll freeze it in two cup portions and have it when ever the mood strikes.
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Ranch dressing (pretty much any salad dressing)
BBQ sauce
Teriyaki
Onion dip
Raita
Gojuchang
Cheese sauce
Gravy
Chili put in a blender made into a sauce
Bernaise sauce
Marinara
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