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If you are having a party with rival fans here’s a fun way to make everyone happy.
First follow the recipe for Chicken Roll Ups on my website but use the Pillsbury Baking Sheet. (just like the Crescent Roll Dough but with out the perforations)
Once the filling is made, cut the dough in to large squares and then cut off the 4 corners. Place a big pile of the filling mixture in the middle and form up into a football form. Place seam down on a cookie sheet with parchment paper on it. Take some of the excess dough and twist in to thin strips to make the laces. Press down on to the top of the football.
Beat one egg and brush over top of roll up. Put in preheated oven at 375 for 12 minutes or until just browned.
Make the sauce with 1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup (I recommend Campbell’s low fat, I’ve tried some grocery store brands and they come out lumpy.) and a half of a can of milk.
Then the fun part. Separate the sauce in to two parts. In my case one for the Vikings and one for the Packers. Add 3 drops of red food coloring and 2 of blue to the Vikings sauce
and 3 drops of green to the Packers sauce. (adjust as needed)
Add some to bottom of plate and place baked roll up in the middle.
Super fun, and if the Packer Fan won’t eat the green sauce give them grief and shame for not being a real fan.
We were where I have been many times before, alone, at home (my daughter and I) and no plan for dinner. Open come the cupboards, the fridge and the scanning begins. There is some cold grilled chicken, we have mayo, peaches, there are some baby carrots in the bottom drawer. We feel an idea coming on. Since we’re in Pennsylvania we have the delightful and ubiquitous Martin’s Potato Rolls (the best bread product in the world, and I’ve been a few places) and since we’re at my mom’s house we have every spice known to man.
We chop the chicken (2 handfuls), the peaches grown in the yard (1 large peach), a handful of finely chopped baby carrots, we add one large spoonful of mayo, salt and pepper. A quick scan of the spice rack yields crushed thyme and paprika, a half spoonful of each. We stir together. Rats, no fresh lemons for a spritz. On to the potato rolls with a piece of lettuce.
A tentative first bite …
And a new favorite was found – Barrett Chicken and Peach Salad sandwiches. Sweet yet spicy from the paprika, interesting from the thyme and crunchy from the carrots.
Try it and let me know what you think.
If only we could get Martin’s Potato Rolls in Minnesota. Mr Martin, what do you think?