This Chicken Spaghetti with Rotel is a super easy spaghetti casserole dish for weeknight family dinners!Loaded with creamy deliciousness from the Velveeta cheese, cream cheese, heavy cream ( or cream of chicken and cream of mushroom ) and perfect for leftover chicken or rotisserie chicken!
A healthy spread of plain thick yogurt, seasoned and flavored with minced garlic, along with leftover shredded turkey and cranberry chutney/sauce from Thanksgiving Day, or shredded rotisserie chicken or meat of choice on any other day; makes an easy filling for quesadilla as well as a delicious spread for grilled sandwiches.
Delicious, easy-to-make leftover ham recipes are a perfect way to use up any baked ham to make wonderfully satisfying meals! Start with a great oven-baked ham for your holiday meal and then be sure to save every bit of that delicious ham meat for some great after-holiday meals!
Need an easy and healthy way to use up rotisserie chicken leftovers? These gluten free rotisserie chicken tacos are AMAZING! They're quick and customizable for a simple family dinner in 5 minutes fast!
Are you wondering what to do with rotisserie chicken leftovers? I got you. Here are a few delicious and healthy recipes that simple and easy.
This recipe uses okara (the leftover pulp from making soy milk) for a tasty zero-waste vegan sausage. Easy meat-free Andouille, pepperoni, chicken sausage, and more!
This super easy-to-make Leftover Turkey Rice Casserole is a tasty use of your holiday turkey leftovers! The creamy turkey rice casserole is a great combination of long grain rice, turkey, cream of chicken soup, broccoli, and cheese with a crunchy, buttery Panko topping! Use any cooked turkey or chicken leftovers, pulled rotisserie chicken meat, or quickly pan-fry some chicken for this easy family dinner!
Torch Ginger, Kecombrang, Honje, Wild Ginger, Bunga Kantan, Wild Ginger…whatever the name, this exotic flower is another valuable ingredient in Indonesian kitchen. The long stemmed bud of torch ginger flower looks like a spear with sweet floral fragrance & a hint of ginger aroma. You can use the buds for zest up curries (Gule Kuta-Kuta or Karonese Chicken Curry) or stews ( Arsik Ikan or Stewed Spiced Fish from North Sumatra). Sliced or shredded the buds and add it to salad ( Seasonal Market Vegetables with Peanut Sauce), or make Balinese Sambal Matah. Torch Ginger Fried Rice Ingredients 400 gr leftover rice 2 medium shallots, thinly sliced 1/2 Tsp shrimp paste, lightly crushed 1 green onion, thinly sliced 2 torch ginger, finely sliced 2 kaffir lime leaves, centre spine removed, finely sliced 1 tbsp vegetable oil Salt 2 eggs Direction Heat a wok over medium-high heat, swirling about 2 tablespoons oil to a pan. Sauteed shallots and shrimp paste for about 2 minutes, until fragrant. Turn heat to medium-low, add chopped chillies, kaffir lime leaves and torch ginger. Add rice, salt and pepper, stir until combined. Add chopped scallion, give it a quick mix and remove from heat. Serve fried …
This quick and easy Chicken Divan Casserole can be put together with leftovers and thrown in the oven, yet it is such an amazing comfort food recipe! Pull apart a rotisserie chicken or pan fry some chicken meat for a delicious, classic family meal!
This chicken fried rice is a great comfort food recipe to make with leftover rice. It's an easy one pot Chinese inspired meal that's super tasty too!
If you're looking for a healthy low carb chicken salad then try this green bean, chicken and hazelnut salad! It's easy to make, really fresh and nutty and the leftovers are just as tasty the next day.
What to make with leftover roule cheese? Make this cream cheese stuffed chicken breast recipe of course! It's easy, delicious and such a great choice for a simple midweek meal.
This Burmese chicken curry is a delicious combination of Indian and Thai flavours. If you like trying new curry recipes then why not try this spicy Burmese recipe? It's an easy healthy curry and the leftovers are great the next day too!
This comforting Mauritian chicken daube is a tasty one pot recipe that's great as an easy midweek meal. The leftovers of this spicy curried chicken stew taste amazing too and so it can be a great meal for batch cooking.
This gluten free chicken or turkey pot pie recipe features a savory chicken stew and a buttery, flaky crust. It gets assembled and baked right in a cast iron skillet, making for a soul-satisfying and cozy main course. You’ll need to start by making a batch of this Gluten Free Pie Crust (you’ll only need half of the dough—freeze the other half or use it to make a Galette!). The chicken stew is lighter and silkier than other pot pie recipes, which contrasts beautifully with the crispy, flaky crust (heaven!). You can use shredded rotisserie chicken or leftover cooked chicken or turkey for this pot pie (see the Notes for a vegetarian option).
This super easy crock pot chili is fantastic any night of the week, and the leftovers are perfect on so many things...omelettes, baked potatoes, chili fries (yumm!!)
These super tasty Leftover Buffalo Turkey Meatballs are a great way to use up leftover turkey or chicken! They're quick and easy, and can be baked or air fried in no time at all! Serve some up for post holiday entertaining, as game day appetizers, or just to enjoy as a snack with the family!
Yes, you CAN make enchiladas on a weeknight! This salsa verde chicken enchilada recipe is easy, packed with flavor, healthy and gluten free. With melted cheese and all the fixings, it’s a meal that’s ALWAYS a crowd pleaser. Feel free to use leftover cooked chicken in place of the rotisserie chicken. For the sauce, you can use any brand of jarred green salsa (also called tomatillo salsa) that you like (if you’re feeding kids go for a mild version). Buy more tortillas than you’ll need, just in case some break when you’re rolling the enchiladas. I like to serve these enchiladas with these Instant Pot pinto beans!
Full or warming spices and North African flavours, this slow cooker chicken tagine is a brilliant easy recipe. It's great for a simple midweek meal and the leftovers are easy to reheat too!
For a seriously delicious Indian chicken and rice dish you have to try this homemade chicken biryani! It's an easy dish to make at home even though there are lots of ingredients. Why not make a double batch as the leftovers are great the next day too?