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Freeze dried poultry entrees are also made of real chicken cuts that have been specially preserved. This makes them just as healthy as fresh chicken meat with the added bonus of lasting longer in storage than the fresh ones. Apart from severe life-threatening emergencies having a few stocks of this survival food at home is not such a bad idea. There will be time when you would have guests all of a sudden and you were not able to prepare a good meal. With freeze dried poultry entrees you can easily prepare food quickly and still make it taste like it was prepared hours ago. You can reconstitute the dried chicken meat and mix them along with any regular chicken recipe and serve it to your guests in no time at all! Freeze dried poultry entrees come in several flavors and dishes.
Casseroles: Mom was right. Casseroles are easy to prepare and money saving too! Start with cooked rice pasta or millet. Use brown rice instead of white rice or pasta shells or ziti in place of spaghetti noodles for variety. Stir in cooked chopped meat and your favorite vegetables. Peas carrots and corn are especially good choices in casseroles as they maintain their flavor even when baked at high temperatures. Mix everything together with a thickened broth or a can of low-fat low-sodium cream of celery soup. Add herbs for flavor. Top the casserole with dried bread or cracker crumbs and grated cheese and bake until hot and bubbly. Serve with a tart relish chutney or dill pickles on the side for a complete meal. Cost: Food court baked ziti $3.49 Homemade $1. Sandwiches: Traditionally considered lunch food sandwiches are now a dinnertime favorite too. Keep whole-wheat sandwich rolls or pita bread in the cupboard to make your own Hoagies Grinders or Italian sandwiches. Start with a flavorful mustard (Walla Walla Sweet Onion by AJ s Edible Arts and Seadog Beer Mustard by Raye s Mustards are good choices) and stuff with deli meat and cheese prepared hummus chicken tuna or egg salad. Add slices of bell pepper tomato spinach avocado olives and pickles and top with a splash of olive oil and red wine vinegar. For an even heartier sandwich add marinated artichoke hearts pineapple chunks or grilled eggplant slices. Cost: Sandwich shop grinder $6. Homemade: $2.
More and more weddings are choosing to give their guests a choice of two entrees by selecting their meal in their RSVP card. Is this a good idea? Absolutely it is but you need to know the following before going this route: the most important thing is the reply card. If you are sending an invitation to a family of 2 or more then you MUST have a line for each guest to fill out their name and what they would like to eat. This way you can make a spreadsheet with each guest s name and their order when you present it to the Manager at the venue. The last thing you want is a reply card with 3 chicken and 2 fish and not knowing who is having what. It makes it very difficult on the Chef and wait staff the night of the wedding and you can run into some embarrassing situations. Here is where you organizational skills come into play.