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21 responses to “How 1 Chicken Can Make 8 Meals (For Less than $17)” Susan Treptow says: October 14, 2015 at 5:51 pm This article is misleading. There are not 8 meals here like the title would lead you to believe. Instead there are 3 meals with 8 servings total.
There is a huge difference between 8 meals and 8 servings. An older post illustrates how one roast chicken can make 17 meals for a total of $26. Food blog Cheap, Healthy, Good is all about stretching food frugality very, very far, while keeping the meals.
A flavorful chicken thighs recipe from an unusual source is part of a super-healthy Mediterranean diet packed with lean protein and zesty garden vegetables. To make, combine $6 of chicken, $7 of vegetables, $3 of seasonings and broth, and $1 of eggs. The saucy, low-carb, gluten-free dish costs $17 to make and yields six portions. Recipe: WebMD.
200 Calorie Chicken Main Dish Recipes Looking for chicken recipes with 200 calories or less per serving? Allrecipes has more than 260 trusted chicken recipes with 200 calories or less per serving complete with ratings, reviews and cooking tips. If you’re pinched for time and need a quick chicken recipe for dinner, we’ve got it covered. With our 30-minute (or less) chicken recipes, you’ll learn how to cook a chicken with what you already have in your pantry. These super-fast meals include pizza, sandwiches, pasta tosses, and comfort food.
You’ll also be able to meal plan to make a week’s worth of nutritious chicken. I often buy whole 3 lb. rotisserie chickens from Sam’s Club for less than $5 each (about $1.66/lb), pull off the meat (shred some and cube some), and freeze it in freezer bags. Then, I make chicken stock from the carcass. I can easily make three dinners for my family of three adults and one teenager out of one chicken (with leftovers). Use your slow cooker to make chicken stock using the carcass.
Just add water and any cut-up veggies you like, such as carrots, celery and onion to add flavor. You can use the stock for a soup recipe later in the week. Keep in mind that the breast meat dries out faster than the dark meat when re-used in recipes. And now for some meal idea.
21. Pho: Simmer 4 cups chicken broth, 2 tablespoons fish sauce, 1 star anise pod and 1 cinnamon stick, 10 minutes.Add 2 large sliced chicken breasts and cook 10 minutes. Add 8 ounces cooked rice. This dish costs way less than a Caribbean vacation, but tastes just as good..
Price check: Canned pineapple chunks: $1.07; Red onion: $.41; Cilantro: $.20; Chicken. I f you’re trying to cut carbs while feeding a family, these quick low carb recipes are the answer! From garlic butter steak bites and zucchini noodles to sausage and cauliflower rice skillet, these low carb dinner recipes are all ready in 30 minutes or less.
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