Useful variation on the normal, what to do with a little bit of leftover chicken?
Lemony chicken nosh
I'm not giving amounts because you need to be guided by how much chicken you have and how many people you need to feed.
Cooked chicken, chopped
0% Greek yoghurt
Lemon zest and juice
Chop the onions and sweat them slowly in oil. When they are soft, add the chicken, stir it about so that it doesn't stick. Add a little stock, enough to make a sauce (if you like a thick sauce, then you could add a little flour to the onions before adding the chicken). Simmer gently until you are sure the chicken is heated through. Add the zest of a lemon, and a little of the juice. Take off the heat and stir in a dollop of yoghurt. Lots of pepper is good, too.
Quick, easy, delicious.
This would work well with turkey, too, so it's my first entry for this month's Heart of the Matter, hosted by Ilva at Lucullian Delights, the theme this month is Quick and Easy ... especially to help with the December madness.
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