Chicken Salad Croissants

Chicken salad is a great way to use leftover chicken from rotisserie chicken from the store or homemade roast chicken. Celery gives this tasty chicken salad a nice crunch, and it has just the right amount of seasoning.

Lemon Rosemary Chicken

This beautiful roast chicken is delicious as well as attractive. The seasoned butter rub means it browns nicely without drying out.

Chinese Chicken with Cashews

Preparing the chicken in a fresh garlic and ginger marinade and cooking in sesame oil is the secret to the wonderful flavor in Chinese Chicken with Cashews.

Asparagus Chicken Salad with Pecans

This fresh pasta salad with asparagus, chicken, and pecans is a delicious way to use fresh asparagus. It can be served hot or cold and  only takes about 35 minutes on the stovetop.

Barbecue Chicken Pizza

Barbecue Chicken Pizza is a delicious way to use leftover barbecue chicken and only takes a few minutes to prepare.

Barbecue Roasted Chicken

This delicious roasted barbecue chicken makes a wonderful meal and is perfect for planned leftovers. Shred leftover chicken and use on Barbecue Chicken Pizza or in barbecue sandwiches (double up and cook two roasters for more leftovers).

Chicken and Feta with Bow Tie Pasta

This is a good stovetop recipe to use leftover chicken if you have it, or to quickly sauté or grill it if you are starting from scratch. Frozen vegetables make it quick to prepare.

Chicken Divan

Chicken Divan is an easy casserole that you can make with pantry and freezer items, so it’s a good fallback option if you keep freezer chicken and frozen broccoli on hand.

Chicken Fingers

Homemade chicken fingers are quick and easy. Just slice chicken strips, dip in seasoned flour, and fry in a little oil on the stovetop.

Chicken and Spinach Pasta Bake

Your freezer stash of cooked chicken and sautéed onions will make this chicken and spinach pasta a snap to prepare. If you don’t have chicken and onions in the freezer, consider this a good time to stock up.

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