I agree on those must be some huge chicken breasts. IE I make a balsamic chicken dish with potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots and usually about 3 to 4 chicken breasts totally a little over a pound of meat and usually with my family of three, there is one serving left over.
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Made a crockpot meal with two chopped up chicken breast carrots, peas,onions, garlic, and corn. Add homemade cream of chicken soup, from boiled chicken bones thickened with mashed potato and thinned with milk.
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Wow! those must be some huge chicken breasts. The ones that I get are about 6 oz. each, so make about 2 to three servings, depending on what I make with them. Would be three for stir-fry, pot pies, pasta sauce, curry etc, but only two for grilled, barbecue or baked. I do love chicken, though, and can usually find it at one store or another for under $2 a pound, so we have it 4 to 5 times a week. I season 3 or 4 in different ways and grill them up 4 at a time. Gives me a base for a couple of days meals and is really quick and easy. I particularly like doing curry or stir fry, since I can make extra to pack for a one-dish lunch with rice or noodles.
This weeks challege is going to be with chicken breast. I have 4 chicken breast which I'm going to make three meals with. First I bake 3 chicken breast then divide it up. For one meal I'm going to make chicken chow mein, chicken fried rice and chicken sandwiches. With the last chicken breast I make chicken strips with shake n bake. The chicken chow mein makes about 4 meals and the rice about two meals and my daughter has chicken sandwiches for lunch. I usually make these meals when the chicken breast is on sale. I always look forward for chicken chow mein. It has lots of vegetables, and it's one of my favorite meals. Thats my cooking challege for this week. Also another meal I made last week was chicken pot pie, with home made pastry. I made two pies, I freeze the other one for when I don't fell like cooking.
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