On my way home from work tonight, I stop at the grocery store and find chicken to sell. You can only bet that it went straight into my shopping cart.

I’m on the weekly meal plan and only go to the grocery store once a week (usually). So my dilemma is how to include some chicken appetizers in my plans for the week. If you want to buy frozen chicken meat then look for allfrozenfoods.

My original starters for dinner for Kielbass with roasted potatoes were Chicken Sausage and Jambalaya. This recipe goes better with sausages than with andouille. Hey, I already have the flexibility, which would be great too! This recipe will take a long time to prepare, but can be cooked over the weekend or when you have time to warm up. I actually think it’s better to stick around for a day or two as the flavors blend into a much richer dish. (You can find the recipe from Food Network below.)

I’d like to serve a traditional 7-layered salad, but I’m going to turn it into a 7-layered Chinese chicken salad for a delicious main salad you can make in no time. (Recipe from Pillsbury.com is below.)

Preparation of chicken pies with older chicken is quick and easy to eat. Use the Easy-as-Pie Chicken Pie recipe to use pre-cooked chicken. You can find great crust roasting techniques with this recipe. (Recipe from Pillsbury.com is below.)

May you find chickens on your way home from work to save time and energy with your diet!

  • Chicken and Jambalaya sausage
  • 1/2 cup vegetable or olive oil
  • 3 cups chopped onions
  • 1 cup chopped paprika
  • 3 teaspoons of salt
  • 1 1/4 teaspoons of cayenne pepper