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RECIPE: TKG's Chicken Medley

Sometimes, I do get creative in the kitchen especially if there are leftovers. In this case, we still have about half fried chicken from Original Savory (we usually order here whenever we wanted a quick fried chicken fix). So I checked the pantry and found some cans of Jolly Whole Mushrooms, Jolly Whole Corn Kernels, and Jolly Cream of Mushroom, and turnip slices in the fridge. Lucky!



This is a quick and easy-to-do recipe. Also, you can be creative with your leftovers. Just pair it with whatever is inside your fridge or pantry.


Ingredients:

1 cup diced chicken (I used leftover The Original Savory Fried Chicken)
1 cup quartered Jolly Whole Mushrooms
1 can whole Jolly Corn Kernels
1 cup diced turnips
half can Jolly Cream of Mushroom
olive oil or butter
ground pepper
salt (optional)
water




In a non-stick pan, add some oil to coat the pan and stir-fry the chicken and mushrooms. Add corn and turnips after about 5 minutes and continue to stir-fry. Season with pepper. Salt is optional since the chicken is already tasty. Add the cream of mushroom and dilute it with about 1/3 cup of water (or as desired). Let it cook for another 3-5 minutes and you're all done. Serving is good for 4 pax.



PS... thanks for Fly Ace Corporation for the canned items. :)

Comments

  1. That sounds really easy! Something that I can do if I am busy :)

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    1. Yes mommy Phepot, very easy to prepare and healthy pa :)

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  2. What a great way to create a meal out of some leftovers. This is a great idea!

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  3. I think I'll change turnips to baby corns and carrots and broccoli when I make this.. Looks pretty sosya! And so easy to do, perfect for wahms who are already busy :)

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  4. I love quick recipes. Definitely helps busy moms like us! Thanks for sharing this one.

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  5. parang shepherds pie na hindi! haha! i think ill try this with our leftover chicken too

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  6. very interesting recipe. I love jolly mushrooms, though lately, i've been trying to resist it to look for button mushrooms in jars instead.

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  7. Sounds good to me :) I usually make sandwiches using leftover foods and haven't been very creative in the kitchen. Hehehe. I'll try this. Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Ooh this looks yummy and nutritious. It helps that it sounds really easy to make too!

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  9. It looks easy to do. I think my husband will like this.

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  10. Walang sayang! Gusto ko din subukan iyan! :)

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  11. This is indeed a quick and easy-to-do recipe, so useful pa for us kasi madalas we have leftovers. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Quick and easy something definitely for me. :)

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  13. I have lots of childhood memories with Savory chicken. Yummy food made more meaningful.

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  14. Healthy na easy pa! I want to recreate your recipe! It looks very yummy!

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  15. Oooh, we just had Savory a few days ago and we did have leftovers that I didn't quite know what to do with. This is a great idea for it! :)

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  16. wow, you surely gave a new life to an otherwise boring leftover chicken meal. i should try this out very soon!

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