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2,019 10/26/12 10:21 A
My favorite thing to do with ground turkey/chicken is make taco salads! Chop up and onion and fry it with the meat. When cooked, season well (or use a taco packet) and drain if needed.
Then, make a salad with your favorite ingredients. Any vbeggies can go here...I like to use a variety of lettuce, purple cabbage, shredded carrot, colorful peppers, black olives, cucumbers, black beans, broccoli, even corn! Top with warm meat, and dress with a mixture of salsa and lowfat sour cream.
You can even top with extras, like crushed tortilla chips, cheese, hot sauce...you name it!
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22,495 10/26/12 7:07 A
Anything that you can do with turkey you can do with chicken!
On Wednesday I bought a hot cooked chicken for dinner. We had it Wed. and Thurs. night and I had it yesterday on my sandwich for lunch too (with avocado, tomato and lettuce.) Today I diced onions, red and green capsicums, and celery, added a can of tomatoes, and couple cloves of garlic, and copped up a handful of the very tasty dried apricots and a few Turkish dessert apricots (they don't break down), plus a heap of lentils. That made such a yummy casserole with the rest of the shredded chicken - we had that tonight and the rest was containerized into single serve containers and is now in the freezer. That one small chook has made 15 single-serve meals for us :-)
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Fitness Minutes: (10,813)
10/26/12 6:29 A
How bout making some chili with it? I don't mind using ground turkey or in your case chicken when it comes to dishes that have a lot of flavorings, like chili, or tacos. I picked up chicken chourico and made Kale soup with it instead of the beef...I actually like it better. But when it comes to burgers I want beef or no burger at all.
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10/25/12 11:12 P
well I decided to try all of these ideas because they all sound like good ideas and I totally forgot about the sparkrecipes.com too. Thanks a bunch
10/25/12 3:44 P
Anything you would make out of ground turkey you could make out of ground chicken. Not a hugh difference.
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3,383 10/25/12 1:41 P
You can use it in the same way you'd use any other ground meat. Just be careful not to over cook (or add some moisture) or it will get dry.
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Fitness Minutes: (120)
10/25/12 1:04 P
You could definitely make a burger out of it. I think you could make anything you'd use ground turkey for, like burgers, meatballs, meatloaf, tacos etc.
I also saved this recipe a couple weeks ago that uses ground chicken. I have not built it in the recipe builder or made it yet, so I don't know the nutritional value, and by looking at it I think you could lighten it up by using lower fat milk and lower fat/less cheese, and by baking them in the oven on a rack on a cooking sheet versus frying and by using less/no pasta. traceysculinaryadventures.blogspot.com/201 2/10/cheesy-chicken-parm-meatballs.htm l#
Fitness Minutes: (30)
10/25/12 12:57 P
I went shopping the other day and instead of picking up ground turkey I accidentally picked up ground chicken. I have never cooked with it and dont know what to do with it. I was wondering if I couldnt make a "BURGER" out of it. Any suggestions?
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