Do you cook a lot of chicken dishes

@venshida (4837)
United States
June 18, 2009 6:41pm CST
I find the last couple years that most of my meals consist of chicken. It seems there are always chicken in my refrigerator. I reduce my red meat intake to twice per month. I eat pork chops now and again. I am trying to have fish dishes once a week, but I rarely ever stick to the plan. I have had chicken everyday this week. I am really tired of chicken. I look in my refrigerator today to cook saw the chicken shut it right back, and made a sandwich. I think I am heading to the fish market tomorrow so do you eat a lot of chicken.
3 responses
• United States
18 Jun 09
My days also consist of a lot of chicken. Chicken sandwiches, chicken stews, chicken with noodles...etc. I also eat a lot of fish, turkey, and tofu. Pork is also a healthy choice, but I'm not too big on the taste. Fortunately throughout my life, I've never had too much beef in my diet. Too much of it is bad for you, anyway. Supposedly, you're only supposed to eat it once a week.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
19 Jun 09
Chicken can get to be tiring. I only make turkey for Thanksgiving, but reading your post I think I am going to add it to my menu for a change.
@baileycows (3668)
• United States
18 Jun 09
Yeah, We cook alot of chicken because we don't eat pork. So there is really not many dishes. Fish is so expensive except in the summer time when we catch them. We will eat fish. You can eat chicken so many different ways.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
19 Jun 09
You are right about fish being expensive. I love Snapper, but when I look at the price I usually just avoid it.
@thea09 (18316)
• Greece
20 Jun 09
If I roast a chicken it usually lasts three days, day one roast chicken with roast potatoes and roast vegetables, then I put the carcass in a large pan with water, onions, celery, bay leaves, carrots and seasoning to make a large pan of chicken soup which you can add noodles to or other vegetables. Then a curry can be made out of the remaining chicken, or cold chicken legs with salad, chicken in barbecue sauce, chicken fried up with mashed potatoes and vegetables. I love leftover chicken fried with rice, onions and garlic, the juices from the roast chicken and then add peas and cream. There are lots of different ways to eat the chicken without it becoming boring. We've reduced the red meat intake as it is so expensive now, mind you chicken here is also catching up in price which is why I spread it over a few days.