Cheese Chicken from Leftovers

This is a way to use up leftover chicken. My mom started making this before cream of mushroom soup became a bit hit for fast meals. She uses left over chicken to make what she calls cheese chicken.

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Just take ANY left over chicken, shred it, dice it or whatever you want (if it has skin remove it.) Add a few cans of cream of mushroom soup, and warm it up. Add a bit of velveeta cheese melted into it and pour over rice. VOILA - a super quick dinner that the kids LOVE and it's so easy! If my mom is craving this, she'll just buy 2 already cooked chicken breasts at the store and go from there.

By Karren from The Dalles - Oregon

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January 23, 20080 found this helpful

Kids love this and it is a great dish to take to a potluck.

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December 20, 20080 found this helpful

Maureen : Thanks for this easy idea. I needed ideas for using up cooked chicken. Since mushroom soup is pretty concentrated and rich, do you thin it a bit with water or milk? Have you added any extra spices of yr own?

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