Creamed Chicken Aka Chicken a la King

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2 tb Schmaltz; or vegetable oil
vegetables; Frozen/canned
3 Eggs; Hard boiled, diced
2 tb Flour
2 c Chicken broth
2 c chicken; Cooked and diced

Original recipe makes 1



Melt oil and stir in flour making paste. Add broth slowly stirring well. Heat until mixture becomes thick, add chicken, eggs and vegetables (I usually take a handful of whatever frozen veggies I have on hand - usually corn, lima beans, peas, broccoli, string beans, mushrooms*, etc.). Cook, covered, on a low heat until all ingredients are heated. I season to taste with a little salt, and if I feel exotic, I put in some tarragon. This goes well over rice or noodles and freezes well. *I buy a lot of my produce from a truck near my office. They sell in set quantities only and I am frequently taking home 2 pounds of mushrooms when I wont be needing that many. If I cant use them up in a short time and they start to look yucky, I wash them, slice them and throw them into a zip-lock bag. This goes into the freezer and whenever I need mushrooms for a recipe, I just grab the amount I need and keep the rest in the freezer. Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest Volume 98 #013 by (Judy Trachtman) on Jan 7, 1998

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As postal office workers, my husband are always looking for FAST, HEALTHLY and little ingredients recipes. We have large quantities of vegies, chicken, noodles, etc... and are always lookin' for ways to spice it up!! Excellent for us.turned out yummy!! I think I will pass on my homemade greenchile recipe to you folks. It is large qty, fast, delicious etc... Thank you for the down-to-earth website for recipes!! Thornton, CO
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