I always make an open faced chicken sandwich with leftover chicken. Little gravy, chicken, cranberry sauce over some toast. If you don't have that a little mayo and cold chicken on a sandwich of toasted bread.
Here is a favorite recipe of mine that calls for pre-roasted chicken. http://food52.com/recipes...
oh my gosh, tons of ideas.
Here's a recent thread about what to do with rotisserie chicken that might be helpful: http://www.food52.com/hotline...
I like to cut roasted chicken into bite sized pieces, throw it in a pan with a little oil and sprinkle on some chile (or whatever you prefer), and then make tacos topped with lettuce, fresh cilantro and a little lime juice. Tasty and very simple!
This corn chowder is always a hit with me: goo.gl/N0l15
It's also a great topping for pizza, or filling for enchiladas.
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Maybe substitute leftover chicken for tuna in a casserole like this?
Lazy me, I just fiddle with the recipe on the side of the jar of curry paste (red, green or yellow, depending on the available vegetables). A can of coconut milk is handy.
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