The chicken in a can and canned aren't the same, right? My chicken looks like bigger chunks of tuna, that picture and what was written on the can made me think that there were whole chicken pieces in that can.
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KJ-it TOTALLY looks yuk. A BETTER use of canned chicken? Buffalo chicken spread, using Neufchatel (lower fat cream cheese), a little bit of blue cheese (like the actual cheese, even if you get the crumbles), and Frank's Red hot sauce. Throw it on an Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain wrap, with or without lettuce, and that might actually taste good. If you like a bit of crunch, add some red bell peppers.
"since I'm not fond of canned mixed veggies, I can also think of a shorter name, but it's not very nice....and mother always said, "If you can't say something nice.........."
Yes, this was the reason I wasn't chipping in with my own unhelpful naming suggestions lol!
Sorry KJ, I'm sure it tastes better than it sounds on paper, I just... you lost me with the veg-all... i hate that stuff so much loll!!!!
I am, however, curious about "canned chicken" - do you mean "flakes of chicken" that come canned up similarly to tuna? Or that mysterious product I occassionally see on a high shelf in the grocery store, "One Whole Chicken" in a can? farm1.staticflickr.com/45/190371817_f13175 84e6_z.jpg?zz=1
I have always wondered what One Whole Chicken would taste like, but I've never quite summoned the courage to find out!
Since it has salsa and chilies, here in Arizona we would call that "Ensalada de Pollo con Verduras" (chicken with vegetables salad). That sounds regal enough.
BUT, since I'm not fond of canned mixed veggies, I can also think of a shorter name, but it's not very nice....and mother always said, "If you can't say something nice.........." However, I do applaud the fact that it is lean and healthy, and I won't knock it 'til I try it.
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