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I just found 2 big chicken breast in the freezer! But need ideas to make it go f…

I just found 2 big chicken breast in the freezer! But need ideas to make it go farther as we are a family of six! What meal would you make that could feed us all!

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34 thoughts on “I just found 2 big chicken breast in the freezer! But need ideas to make it go f…”

  1. Just cook them up, shred them and add to 2 or 3 bags of knorr sides. One pan only needed. Big meal and easy clean up.

  2. Betty Jo Vos Hobbs

    Chicken pot pie. Cut up chicken. Mix it with drained mixed vegetables, cream of celery soup, cream of chicken soup, diced onion, diced celery and garlic salt. Put in baking dish. Top with crescent rolls. Bake at 400 for 40 minutes. Serve with salad and garlic bread.

  3. Chicken spaghetti. Chop up chicken small in pan.add Italian season and garlic powder..cook till done add canned sauce and simmer. Cook what ever pasta…eat.enjoy!

  4. I would parboil and shred the chicken then add cream of mushrooms soup 1 can milk or any gravy and have with biscuits

  5. Cut chicken into 4 or 6 pieces – place on outside edges of 9×13 – make 2 boxes of stuffing according to the box in a bowl – place in center of chicken – then spoon 2 cans of cream of chicken soup over chicken -salt and pepper – bake 350 for 45 minutes – can make mashed potatoes on side

  6. A long grain wild rice casserole with the chicken breast boiled and be sure and reserve the broth to cook the rice in. One of our go to meals when I want to meal prep a little. I get the recipe from allrecipes.

  7. Teriyaki chicken. Cut chicken breast into chunks and brown. Add 1 sliced onion 2 green pepper cut into chunks 3 thinly sliced carrots and 2 c pineapple chunks. Top with teriyaki sauce and simmer until veggies are tender. Serve on rice or ramen noodles with a side of broccoli.

  8. Just did this yesterday slice them up to make chicken tenders with waffles and hash browns Chicken and waffles 😋

  9. Debi Toschlog Brim - Indiana

    Any casserole dish. Casserole became popular during the depression as a way to stretch meat. Also popular during that rationing days for the same reason.

  10. Elizabeth Bartzis

    I love making chicken garlic penne pasta in the crock pot! Put chicken in crock pot then coat with a bottle or 2 of the Buffalo Wild Wings garlic parm dressing with fill those up with milk or heaving whipping cream, add a block of cream cheese and the a handful of parm cheese and cook on low for 4-5 hours. Once done shred it up then cook noodles and stir those in! So good and filling

  11. Chicken and dumplings, chicken pot pie, chicken and noodles. Just a few ideas for a big family

  12. Chicken taco bake. Chicken cut up in bite size pieces, 2 bags of the Spanish rice, 1 medium jar of salsa or two cans of rotel can tomatoes, cup of chopped green pepper and 1/2 cup of chopped onion, 2 cups of shredded cheese 2 packages of taco seasoning 1cup and 1/2 of water, Spray a cake pan size glass cake pan with Pam dump all ingredients in the pan except the cheese mix well bake in a 365 deg oven for 40 min. Take out of oven stir well to fluff the rice add the cheese on top and bake in oven until cheese is melted

  13. Put it in the crockpot with potatoes and carrots. Add a packet of Italian dressing, onion soup mix, brown gravy, 1 can of beef broth, 1 cup of chicken broth, garlic powder, onion powder. Cool on low for 6-7 hours, or high for 4…or until the chicken is the way you like it and shred it. Serve with biscuits, over mashed potatoes, with rice…or it’s good by itself.

  14. Lindsay Sheggrud

    Shred them make quesadillas, crack chicken, chicken and noodles, a casserole, bbq chicken sandwiches, possibilities are endless 😊

  15. chicken tetrazzinni Google recipe and adjust to what you have on hand d feeds a large crowd!

  16. Kathryn Harding

    Shred them up after they’re cooked and add some garlic pepper salt, mayo, diced olives, diced pickles, shredded cheese, and a can of corn. Mix it all together and put it on sandwiches or dips.

  17. Cut into chunks and fry. Then mix with cheese, cream of chicken soup and hashbrowns. Then bake it all. So yummy

  18. Dawn Michelle Dunn

    Chicken quesadillas.

    Cook chicken in crock pot ( I use a taco seasoning pack) once it’s cooked shred it, add 1 block of cream cheese, a jar of salsa, and 2 cups shredded cheese and cook until all melted. Spread on flour tortillas, add more cheese if ya like, cook in pan until both sides are golden brown. Serve with sour cream and salsa or whatever topping you like .

  19. Jillian Dodge Bublat

    Cooked Rice, cooked chicken, cream of mushroom soup, container of sour cream , 2 cups mozzarella cheese, salt and pepper to taste, we make this for a family of 8

  20. Sharon Lawrence

    While partially frozen, slice breast into 3 thin slices..pound out, dip in egg, then breading and air fry or skillet fry..or make BBQ chicken pizza or wraps, or stir fry with chicken strips.

  21. I’d do a noodle dish and cut chicken small or a rice dish with chicken cut small again and mixed into rice.

  22. Kim De Groff Sigan

    Poach them in seasoned water. Chop or shred chicken. Add a can of veggies. Put everything back into the now seasoned broth. Make a slurry of flour and water. Stir into the broth. This will make a gravy. Put over noodles, rice, baked or mashed potatoes,biscuits or just plain toast.

  23. Cut or shred chicken breast…cook a pasta if you have, add any veggie…
    Peas, etc.
    You can make a creamy fettuccine style sauce with a little butter, milk, Parm cheese….good luck. 😀

  24. Boil them in a pot of salted water. Remove, cool a bit. Tear into pieces, removing fat/cartilage. Return to pot. Bring to boil, add a large bag of Reames frozen noodles. After about 10 minutes, thicken with a corn starch slurry. Serve over mashed potatoes.

  25. Sylvia A Delgado

    Cut up the chicken breast into small pieces with chopped onions, bell pepper, garlic, salt and pepper to taste, put it to the side sauté 2 cups of rice to brown it, pour it into the pot with cooked chicken, add a can of Rotel tomatoe sauce with 4 cups of chicken broth, stir, cover till rice is cooked … serve with pinto beans or ranch style beans! Yummy! Mexican version of arroz con pollo!

  26. Heather Lynn Jones

    We live off of 3 Chicken breasts per meal usually. I always cut them in half and season them very well. Either grill them or fry them up on the stove with a pasta side (usually the $1 ones) and a canned veggie

  27. Fry chicken up in Chunks and add seasons to taste make couple packs of rice a roni like creamy chicken or chicken broccoli when chicken is done mix all together kids love it feeds alot of people

  28. Definitely some kind of chicken and rice! Rice is cheap easy to flavor and change up how you want it and a little goes a long way. Between the chicken a couple cups of rice veggies of choice and cream soup of choice add in some cheesy and you have a yummy cheap filling dinner

  29. Judy Watson-Perry Lofton

    Chicken and dumplings, or hot chicken sandwiches with real mashed potatoes and made from scratch gravy. Just boil your chicken with salt and pepper. Shred the chicken. Make mashed potatoes and gravy, very filling. I serve on white bread, place some chicken on one piece of bread, top with a little gravy, top with another piece of bread, add more gravy, mashed potatoes and gravy on the side, add a green vegetable.

  30. Chicken and dumplings.
    I use chicken, broth, onion flakes, parsley flakes, bag of mixed veggies and 2 bags of cavatelli or gnocchi as the dumplings. You can add some diced potatoes to make it stretch even more.

  31. Box of stuffing, some chopped onion, can of cream of chicken soup, can of chicken broth and the chicken in the crockpot. Shred up the chicken when done and mix all together

  32. When half way thawed, slice in half laying flat. Will have 4 pieces. If have 2 light eaters cut in half again. Season garlic, onion powder, Italian seasoning, or use Italian dressing, bbq sauce. Add pasta or feed taters n onions with cucumber onion tomatoe chop chunks with splash of vinegar. Salt n pepper.

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