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March 17th, 2012, 11:39 AM #1
cheating at a BBQ chicken casserole!
Although today is St. Paddy's Day, I will be making my corned beef tomorrow for a nice Sunday dinner.
I am so used to quantity cooking that I have a very hard time cooking for less. I still cook in big batches and I freeze many things for later. There's cooked chicken breasts and thighs in the freezer - so it's very easy to make anything with those. And it's a very busy day for me - so I need more time for other things than cooking.
I thawed my chicken breasts overnight in the fridge and diced into bite-sized pieces; placed in a casserole. Top with a can of pork and beans.
Make a very easy BBQ sauce using about 1/4 cup ketchup, a couple tablespoons of either orange marmalade or peach preserves (although this time I used pineapple preserves), some diced onion, a small splash of soy sauce and 1/4 cup brown sugar (firmly packed); mix well and pour over chicken.
Cover; place in preheated 350* F. oven until nice and bubbly - 20 minutes or so.
Enjoy with your favorite macaroni or potato salad on the side.
I made macaroni/potato salad - which I absolutely love. I added diced steamed taters (that I made yesterday and refrigerated overnight) to my macaroni salad - or did I add cooked macaroni to my potato salad? Never could figure that one out! LOL
Just give it a try!Life is God's gift to you......what you do with your life is your gift to God.
April 16th, 2012, 06:39 AM #2
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Re: cheating at a BBQ chicken casserole!
I will try it.. I think I can put some spicy on this recipe.. and its really easy I think? and very time saving specially if you have a lot of thing to do the whole day and you don't have a lot of time in cooking. I can use this when I have a lot of things to do. And this is perfect because next week I have a lot of thing to do and I am planning to just buy food outside but since I see this recipe.. I will try it not and if it works for me i will put it in my menu for next week.
Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.
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