Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could assist you..
Add chicken broth, carrots, zucchini, onions and herbs and make soup. However my cat loves it-we always give him a little. Some how we ended up with a lot of these, i'm now down to 3, i've given a lot of them to my husband who usually ends up eating what I don't like...
Homestyle Chicken Noodles with Gravy.
Posted by: graylady.
I rather like this dish as is, but I've added a couple things that made it really good.... Saut 1/4 onion & 1+ cup sliced mushrooms with a little minced garlic in pan lightly sprayed with butter spray, when the mushrooms are almost cooked, add 1 oz dry white cooking wine, 3 oz rich chicken broth and 1 oz chicken and about 1/2-1 tsp.. tarragon and the Dukan Diet entree. Simmer a few minutes, it's very like Coq Au Vin... TASTY! The tarragon really adds something. BTW, tarragon goes very well with the Chicken Marsala (so does 1 oz of Marsala cooking wine added to the mush/onion/garlic)......
Homestyle Chicken Noodles with Gravy.
Posted by: gazelle on 08/24/05 at 01:48 PM.
Thaw a package of Birdseye Seven Vegetable Stir-Fry mix (It consists of broccoli, cauliflower, red peppers, celery, mushrooms, carrots, and green beans). Put vegetables in the bottom of a casserole dish. Empty TWO Homestyle Chicken entrees on top of vegetables. Add any herbs you like. Bake about 45 minutes, until most of the liquid dries up. Tastes like chicken pot pie.
Thick, Rich Chicken Stew.
Posted by: ohtobethin2 on 10/02/05 at 08:22 PM.
I cooked green beans and baby carrots, drained them and put on a plate. I then added 1 tsp. fat free sour cream to the Dukan Diet Homestyle Chicken Noodles with Gravy dinner and poured it over the vegetables. It was just like grandma used to make. sigh!.
Thank you for all of the great suggestion....Its given me a great idea for tonight..
We'll see how it turns out..
Slice a bunch of mushrooms really thin. Transfer the Dukan Diet entree to another dish (with a lid) and mix in all the mushrooms. Microwave for about 3 minutes (to cook the mushrooms) and then serve over mock mash potatoes (made with cauliflower). You can thicken the gravy "after the fact" with a little cornstarch & LS chicken broth if you still want it thicker and then microwave for another 30 seconds after adding the thickener..
Its like a pasta/chicken dish with mushroom gravy over potatoes. Can you say...C-O-M-F-O-R-T food? LOL...one of my favorites!..
Thanks for all the great ideas! I've had one for months now and didn't quite know what to do with it. Love the mushroom and marsala idea...
That is a great idea - too bad I already gave all mine away!..
I never tried that dish.. now I kind of want to!..
Oh, yeah...and you can add a dollup of NF plain yogurt or FF sour cream just before serving but after heating and make it very "rich" tasting.....
This is what I ended up doing.
I poured the entree in a casserol dish, added 1tsp of ffsour cream, added chopped mushrooms,onion and garlic....and a dash of pepper and poultry seasoning to taste (about 1/8tsp maybe a bit less)(thinking of comfort food)Baked in oven @ 350 for about 10 min.
I made my "needs a little help" version of "mock mashed potatoes"(using califlower).
Poured the casserol ontop of the mock mashed potatoes....OMG.
Yummy comfort food-reminds me of Thanksgiving & Christmas.
....I think I have to order more of these nowLOL! (Talk about one extreem to another).
Also the marsala with tarragon with chicken....sound delish ...will try that too!.
Thank you all for your suggestions!..
Any tips you can offer on the mock mash potatoes (made with cauliflower)???? I haven't got this one quite right yet either..
Thank You! I will try one of those next time!.
While I was there I also got a great recipe for eggplant tommorrow night..
Your recipe collection is amazing!.
I'd definitely look to Lynn for the mock mashed potatoes. I just cook cauliflower and mash it with a fork and call it good....by the time I cover it up with all that other stuff I could care...its so yummy!..