You know how sometimes you can make a recipe constantly, and then forget about it? Well, I was just rooting through my cookbooks for Menu Planning Monday when I found a chicken recipe I just loved when the kids were little because it was so easy!
Here's what you do. Boil a chicken. I know that sounds horrible; that's not tasty at all! But trust me. You boil it. What can be easier? Then you can use the water for stock!
Now all you have to do is whip up the tastiest dip you can imagine. And it's easy, too!
1/3 cup chicken stock
1/4 cup chopped green onions (about 2)
3 tbsp vegetable oil
4 tsp soya sauce
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp minced ginger
Mix it all together, put it in little bowls, and then you dip the cooked chicken in and eat it!
You can even use leftover chicken if you want, and it also tastes great cold.
Little hint: you need fresh garlic and fresh ginger. Don't use powdered. It won't taste the same at all and you'll wonder what happened. And you need fresh green onions, too. So you have to have the right ingredients. But once you do, this is marvelous!
I don't have a whole chicken in my freezer, but I do have a bunch of legs I bought on sale recently. I'm just going to use them!