I wrote in my New Year’s Resolution post “What Made Your List?” about how many goals for 2012 can relate back to family dinner time, whether it’s saving money, eating healthy or finding ways to free up your time for working out or learning a new language.
This week Rubbermaid is helping keep New Years Resolutions on track with a giveaway of the new Glass Easy Find Lids 8-Piece Set.
Winner will receive the Rubbermaid Glass Easy Find Lid 8-Piece Set. Entering is simple:
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Reincarnating The Leftover
If your family is like my family, they don’t like to eat leftovers. So what you’re left with at the end of the week is a lot of food to throw out.
Not only do I use my leftovers, I actually plan my weekly family dinner menu so that I intentionally have leftovers. For example, when I saute chicken to make Chicken Madeira, I’ll cook more than I need and store the extra cooked chicken to use later on in the week for another recipe like Tomato Basil & Chicken Penne or Chicken Enchiladas. I slice up leftover London Broil and store to make French Dip Sandwiches the next day.
By reincarnating my leftover food, dinner takes just a few minutes some nights. Cooked food should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. The Rubbermaid Glass Easy Find Lids 8-Piece Set are perfect for storing my food and keeping it fresh. Plus, the easy-to-find lid system makes it simple by eliminating the search for the exact size lid… and we all know how much I love to save time!
Homemade Chicken Tenders
Leftover Homemade Chicken Tenders can be stored and used later in the week for a delicious, easy dinner like Buffalo Chicken Wraps or Chicken Parmesan.
Buffalo Chicken Wrap Recipe:
- leftover cooked chicken tenders, diced
- buffalo hot sauce (like Frank’s Red Hot Sauce)
- iceberg lettuce
- blue cheese crumbles
- tossed diced chicken tenders in buffalo sauce
- place chicken in center of tortilla and top with lettuce and cheese
- fold tortilla
Chicken Parmesan Recipe:
- leftover chicken tenders
- marinara sauce
- parmesan cheese
- dried parsley
- Place leftover chicken tenders in long baking dish
- cover with marinara sauce
- top with shredded parmesan cheese and sprinkle with dried parsley
- bake at 350 degrees until hot, approximately 25 minutes
- Serve with pasta
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