Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Creamy Chicken and Rice.........

Not much happening here with sick kids and cold weather it's just TV and Ipod's etc.................
I cooked this last week and the kids requested it again today............got the recipe from my sister
the slowest part is shredding the chicken.........
Creamy Chicken and Rice
2 cooked chickens shredded (BBQ is fine pull the skin off)
2 x 300ml sour cream
2 x 420g tins cream of chicken soup
Keens Curry powder 1teaps - 1tabsp 
(I only use 1 teasp with the kids but you could add a lot more for your own taste......you can't really taste the curry with 1 teasp)
Bunch fresh chives (dried is fine that's all I have access to)

Throw everything into a big pot and cook (really only heating thru).
While that is heating cook some white rice and serve.
The mix above does us for a couple of meals. The kids love it. It is great in this cold weather.
My sister says it freezes fine but ours never last that long.
Let me know if you give this a whirl......
....it's even better when the BBQ Chickens are on special...........
Catch you later..............
Chookyblue

26 comments:

  1. Mmm great one for the cold weather. I make this one too but put cheese on top and also nice made into pies in the pie machine!
    Lisa

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  2. that looks so yummy i am going to try it this week as i need a different recipe
    thanks for sharing
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  3. Looks good. Hope those babies are getting better...don't like to hear that they are sick.

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  4. Not good having sickies especially when they are on holidays - hope they are on the mend soon!

    Recipe sounds yummo - might give it a whirl one night this week!

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  5. That sounds perfect, a cross between nursery and comfort food. Hope all are well soon!!

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  6. Yummy chooky....amazing how kids get sick when it's holidays.. hope they're better soon..

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  7. Looks yummy! :-)
    Hope the kids get well soon!

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  8. i will be trying this one Chooky it so easy and looks so yummy,thankyou

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  9. It looks yummy ....... it was 11C here bloody cold so creamy chicken sounds perfect. I wish I could just hop onto you header it looks warm there.

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  10. Sounds like winter comfort food and nice and yellow and green Hmm!oi! oi1!i!

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  11. thanks for sharing ...will have a go on the weekend

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  12. This sounds/looks really good.....I will be trying this......will let you know how it turns out....hope your kids get better soon....

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  13. I hope your kids will soon be better.

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  14. Hope the kids are recovering. Sounds like a great winter warmer & I like Lisa's idea of putting in pies too - yum! Thanks, Tracee xx

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  15. Yummo - that looks great, definitely the sort of food my kids love too. Will give it a whirl. Hope the kids are feeling better soon, thank goodness for Ipods.

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  16. yummy comfort food!!
    HOpe the kiddies are on the mend.

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  17. yummy, great for the cold days.. and nights we been having lately. Hope your babies feeling better real soon.

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  18. oh my must try this recipe.....creaminess over rice...has to be yummy!!!!!!!!

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  19. Yum, may be a good meal for this week with extra mouths to feed.

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  20. That sounds great - and so easy! And it will appeal to Miss Fussy who is now 19 and ought to hve grown out of it! Will let you know how we go. Thanks Chooky and hope the sickies get better soon - hopefully they are keeping quiet so you still get some sewing done???

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  21. looks great, with two veges in the house, i would definetly get to freeze some and add extra curry .....

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  22. That's a doubly good recipe, it's quick and the kids love it. Brilliant.

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  23. okay we tried this last night and it was sooooooooo good......thank you for sharing the recipe with us.....I posted on my blog about it so more may come and get the recipe to try......

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  24. Well, in Georgia, we don't add the curry, but we add poppy seeds, spread it in a casserole dish, crumble ritz crackers on top and the drizzle 1 stick of margarine over that. We cook it for about 20-30 min at 350 degrees and then serve it with rice! Poppy seed chicken is the bomb!

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  25. Photographic memory I think is more reliant than stored memory without a picture. What leads me to this? I wanted to make the chicken and rice recipe tonight ( in a bit of a hurry today ) easy peasy tea. I remembered the chicken of course and the rice and the sup but couldn't remember what type and the curry, But what was the third thing in the photo ??? Sour cream ---- so I remembered it was Chooky who made it so hence the scroll down and the big comment. Thanks I have now put it in the recipes folder with photo.

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