What to do with leftover chicken? The possibilities are endless. We’re going to take some of your leftover chicken and make Chicken Tacos in tomorrow’s recipe. Yesterday you made a sandwich. Today we’re going to make Cream of Chicken with it or you can go Pacific Rim with coconut milk, ginger and coriander if you want to. Of course, you can eat the Grape Picker’s Dinner leftovers as is, or use the chicken in other dishes and eat the broth with the vegetables. You can make a variety of chicken salads, or a variety of salads and put some chicken on top, with bacon! And you can use some with the Oopsie Rolls you made to make another sandwich. Whatever you do, post a pic! We want to see your creations!
Cream of Chicken
Leftovers from Grape Picker’s dinner, or the Roasted Chicken dinner
1 cup heavy whipping cream (or cream of coconut to go dairy free)
Put broth, leftover chicken and vegetables in a pan and bring to a boil
add heavy whipping cream (or coconut cream)
Reduce until thick
Note: I don’t tell you how much broth to use and I finish the recipe by telling you to reduce the liquid until its thick. A quicker way to thicken your meals with lots of liquid and still stay Primal is to use arrowroot. Arrowroot is like cornstarch or like using a flour and fat roux to thicken a sauce. Just take some arrowroot, mix it with water or white wine, and stir into your broth. Bring the broth back to the boil and your broth should thicken. I’d start out with a tablespoon of arrowroot and enough water to dissolve it. Make sure you mix your broth while you’re adding it or it may clump!