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#87323 - 01/17/08 04:23 PM Recipe: Tetrazzini chicken
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This is good. Serves two. Easy prep. Cheap. Not sure how to freezer bag cook it. Maybe Sara will help with that.

1 packette of chicken breast
1 Tuna Helper tetrazinni
Powdered milk
3 tbsp butter or oil
3 tortilla shells
Repackage the powdered Tuna Helper Sauce mix that comes witht the Tetrazinni and add powdered milk

Heat 16 ounces of water and butter or oil a to boil
Add sauce mix, milk mix, and tetrazinni noodles
I find that if I reconstitute the milk in cold water it does not lump up- so you might want to add the sauce mix and milk powder to the water before it is heated
Simmer for 4 minutes, add chicken meat
Continue to simmer for 6 to 8 more minutes
Cut tortilla shells into bite sized chunks and add to cooked meal, stir it up

Next time I make it I am going to add shredded sharp cheddar.
Another twist would be to add Texas Pete or other hot sauce.


Edited by packlite (12/04/12 06:54 PM)

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#87324 - 01/18/08 10:50 AM Re: Tetrazzini chicken [Re: hootyhoo]
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That's sounds delicious. The idea of with the milk is a great tip. Have you tried it with Texas Pete hot sauce yet?
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#87325 - 01/18/08 03:17 PM Re: Tetrazzini chicken [Re: layla17]
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This and oats are about the only thing I have not put my Pete on.

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