12 Days of Christmas-Recipe for Chicken
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This is the beginning of the 12 Days of Christmas -day 12 to be exact. So on the blog for the remainder of the Christmas season, I will be posting up cooking stuff. It IS the season, n’est pas?
So, let’s talk chicken. Since I am currently cooking one, I think it might be fun to talk about chicken facts.
- You only have to boil a whole chicken for about 90 minutes – or until it falls off the bone. Then you can pull it off the bone or chop it up and use it for salads, and other dishes.
- There are more chickens in the world than any other bird.
- Baby chickens are called chicks. Female chicks are pullets until they are old enough to lay eggs then they are hens.
- The chicken was the first to have its genome sequenced – in 2004.
And as promised, here is a fun chicken recipe. I am making this tonight so – it’s on my mind.
ROTEL CHICKEN SPAGHETTI
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can chicken broth
1 can Rotel tomatoes *the mild kind is what I use*
Spaghetti noodles (12 ozs)
Velvetta Cheese (#1) cubed
Boil a whole chicken, discard bones and skin. Cook spaghetti in the water from the chicken, drain.
Mix together the soup, broth, and tomatoes. In a 13×9 pan, spread a layer of spaghetti, chicken, soup mix, cheese.
Bake in a 350 degree oven until hot and cheese has melted(about 30-45 minutes) Remove from oven, stir well, and add salt and pepper to taste.
Can be served with rolls, cornbread, or crackers. Serves 6-8 – GREAT FOR CHRISTMAS EVE!
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