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Dinner Tonight, Lunch Tomorrow: Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

by Katherine Choi


Dinner Tonight, Lunch Tomorrow: Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

Need dinner on the table now? Try our 15-minute Moroccan Chicken (made with a store-bought rotisserie chicken). Then use the leftovers to make the ultimate kid-pleaser–baked chicken nuggets!–for lunch.

After a long day, a cooked rotisserie chicken can be a lifesaver. Dress up the supermarket staple with Moroccan spices, chickpeas, and dried apricots, then serve it over quick-cooking couscous for an easy dinner in just 15 minutes. The kiddos will love helping you measure out the spices.

Click here for the full Moroccan Chicken recipe.

If you have leftover chicken, make these quick four-ingredient chicken nuggets for lunch tomorrow. The best part: They're baked, not fried.

Click here for the full Chicken Nuggets recipe.

Food & Recipes

Dinner Tonight, Lunch Tomorrow: Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

by Parenting.com


Dinner Tonight, Lunch Tomorrow: Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

Two easy ways to spice up the supermarket staple, including a delicious chicken souvlaki recipe.

A rotisserie chicken might save you in a pinch, but it can be a little bland. To spice up the supermarket staple, chop it up and toss on flatbread with Tzatziki sauce for an easy chicken souvlaki dinner. To cut, use a sharp chef’s knife or poultry shears to divide a rotisserie chicken into serving pieces. Cut each breast crosswise into 2 pieces, keeping the wing attached. Remove each thigh from the body along with as much meat from the backbone as possible, then separate the drumstick from the thigh. Reserve the backbone for making stock.

Click here for the full Greek chicken souvlaki recipe

Then for lunch tomorrow, use leftover rotisserie chicken in a roast chicken and bread salad. The homemade croutons will be sure to please!

Click here for the full roast chicken and bread salad