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Easy Chicken or Fish Recipe??

Does anyone have a Good, EASY recipe for either chicken breasts or Tilapia? That's all we have in the fridge right now and I am getting sick of the same kinds we make over and over. I want some variety!

Looking to something with minimal ingredients so we dont have to run to the store!!

Anything....?


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Funny, we eat those constantly!

Tilapia:

1 packet of Uncle Bens flavoured rice (or plain rice, if you have none & spice it up). Cooked.

Place fillets on baking pan, with tinfoil. Cover fillets with spices of your choosing, a lil sour cream if you want, and then cooked rice on top. Use more tinfoil to make a "tent" and cook for 30mins.

DONE!

Chicken:

Boil chicken, when cooked, replace most of the water with a can of mushroom soup. Make some rice. Ta DA!

If it's skinless boneless, and you don't mind going to get a few things:

Mix 1 packet onion soup mix, 1 small bottle Russian dressing, 1 can whole berry cranberry sauce. Get caserole dish, layer some on bottom, then place chicken ontop and cover chicken with the rest.

Cover with tinfoil and cook 30mins. Incover and cook an additional 5-10mins.

Serve with rice/pasta/veggies. Usually here it's rice and asparagus. Yum!

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Wow thank you! The fish recipe sounds delicious and I know we have several different flavored rices in the pantry right now!!

Thank you sooo much!!

Tilapia is great. It's pretty much the "chicken' of the fishes So many ways to make it !!!


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Our absolute favorite chicken dish is a Mexican-inspired variety. Chicken - usually cut into cubes and grilled or pan fried - with black beans, pinto beans, corn, and taco spices. If I have onions and tomatoes, I throw those in as well. Cook 'em all up until they're done to your taste. Sometimes, I also add rice.

Tastes awesome alone, or on a tortilla, or with chips. Over the summer, I made huge pans of this and would eat it for days. Very tasty, super filling, and easy.
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Tilapia:

1 packet of Uncle Bens flavoured rice (or plain rice, if you have none & spice it up). Cooked.

Place fillets on baking pan, with tinfoil. Cover fillets with spices of your choosing, a lil sour cream if you want, and then cooked rice on top. Use more tinfoil to make a "tent" and cook for 30mins.

DONE!
Wow, that sounds delicious! I think I'll have to try that one!
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Lisa - Sound GREAT. My BF would LOVE that!! We never do a Mexican type of chicken!

Awesome you guys, thank you!!

The Tilapia is cooking as we speak (yeah its late, I know)


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Cream of chicken soup.

2 Onions chopped
4 potatoes
1 bunch celery (finely chopped)
4 carrots
2 chciken stock cubes

Fry chopped onions gently in a little butter
Add 2 litres of water and stock cubes
Add chopped vegetables and chicken

Simmer untill all are tender

Liquidise, add a little cream and season to taste.

Chicken a la King

1 onion (Chopped)
1 green pepper ( Chopped)
1 Stock Cube
I can sliced Mushrooms
1 cup cream cream

Grill the chicken breasts ....

in the meantime fry onions and green pepper

chop grilled chicken breasts including skin add to mixture add any juice in pan from chicken breasts.

Add mushrooms a little water and simmer .... add stock cube .

Check seasoning ... serve with rice

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One of my favorite chicken things is to boil some thin spaghetti noodles and drain. Then slice the chicken into strips and fry in some olive oil and a little sesame oil mixed in. Then add a little more olive oil and toss the pasta in and fry lightly. You can add veggies in too, we just don't like veggies in with this dish. And we top with a little crushed red pepper flakes.

Tilapia is excellent breaded and baked in the oven. You can use crushed potato chips as breading, or crushed corn chips, or regular bread crumbs and use a variety of spice combinations.
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