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Since you have so many chickens in your freezer try these three methods.
Skin and cut up chicken
Season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and poultry seasoning to taste
Place in crock pot or slow cooker with enough chicken
stock and water to cover chicken. (Half and half)
Butter or margarine to taste
1 onion Chopped in chuncks
2 sticks celerys chopped in 1-2 inch pieces
3-4 potatoes peeled and cut in large pieces
Place in pot and cook until done. Serve with sandwiches or salad for meal.
I also do this with just chicken no vegetables except celery (chopped small)
and maybe a carrot chopped small. When chicken is cooked I will debone
and clean all particles out of the broth that I don't want left from the chicken.
At this time I will add egg noodles to the broth and make chicken and noodles
or chicken noodle soup. No heat in kitchen at all except the one pot.
That way I can have Chichen Stew, Chicken Noodles or Chicken Noodle Soup
and a fairly cool kitchen. Serve one with rice, sandwiches, or salad and have a
very simple meal without to much trouble. (With the Chicken & Noodles you
need to add enough noodles to take up the broth in your chicken or take some
of the broth out to use for something else. )
Chris, you just brought up a really good topic. Soups as the first course. There is concrete evidence that people who begin their meals with soups have lower average body weights that people who do not. Soups are filled with water - which is calorie free - and although the flavors permate the total and you achieve a feeling of satiety much more quickly than you would if you didn't start with soup. I learned that little tip in The Volumetrics Eating Plan and The Volumetrics Weight Control by Barbara Rolls, PhD.