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RadiantBride Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:31 PM+
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Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

Can anyone suggest a fast and easy side?
DH hates mashed potatoes so that is not an option.

TIA.
Espo22 Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:32 PM+
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

rice and beans, maybe do yellow rice

what veggies does he like?

macaroni and cheese
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

mac n cheese????
milana Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:36 PM+
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

Does he like Risotto, maybe you can try that.
teenigrrl Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:36 PM+
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

rice
string beans & tomato
alexia oven potatoes in garlic & rosemary (basically a french fry, love them!)
noodles

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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by Espo22

rice and beans, maybe do yellow rice

what veggies does he like?

macaroni and cheese



I guess I can make steamed brocolli.
Do you know how to make string beans. I made them once and just took them out the can and that was not a great experience lol.
Hummm how do you make yellow rice??
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

something quick and easy
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

Egg noodles w/ brown gravy. DH's favorite meal of all time.
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by teenigrrl

rice
string beans & tomato
alexia oven potatoes in garlic & rosemary (basically a french fry, love them!)
noodles




That sounds yummy!!! How do you make the potatoes?
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Re: Quic side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by RadiantBride


Posted by Espo22

rice and beans, maybe do yellow rice

what veggies does he like?

macaroni and cheese



I guess I can make steamed brocolli.
Do you know how to make string beans. I made them once and just took them out the can and that was not a great experience lol.
Hummm how do you make yellow rice??



if youre looking for quick and easy just buy the goya yellow rice, it comes in a pack with the seasoning in it so all you do is put it in boiling water. The only other thing you do is add butter to the boiling water and thats it.

I have used the string beans in a can. I put it in a small pot though and let it boil. THen i just season with salt, pepper and add a little bit of butter, well i put it in a collander after i boil it to get the excess juice out
Espo22 Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:44 PM+
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

or if you want real quick and easy get the box of velveeta macaroni and cheese lol. I do NOT like macaroni and cheese in a box BUT the velveeta one is actually REALLY good.
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

brocc sauteed with a little oil, garlic and bread crumbs (yum)
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

Alfredo pasta
MikeandJess Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:54 PM+
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

couscous! It's always my go to side when I can't think of anything else
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni's are really good and very easy! Stop & Shop has them for 10 for $10 most of the time so I stock up!

I make my own 'fried rice' too, where I sautee onion and egg in a frying pan. When the egg is like scrambled egg consistency, I add white rice (already made in another pot). Add some soy sauce for color and flavor and mmm yummy!
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by MikeandJess

couscous! It's always my go to side when I can't think of anything else



hmmm interesting, i never think to make it. I think i wanna try to.

I usually make rice and beans, mashed potatoes or i love peas, when i cant think of anything. Well if it was up to me i could have a side of pasta in marinara sauce with anything lol

Or what about sauteed spinach, i love it and so does DH.
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?

get asparagus and put balsamic vinegar, EVOO, bread crumbs, grated cheese, salt and pepper

bake at 350 for 15 minutes!
RadiantBride Posted: Dec 10, 2008 03:59 PM+
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by Espo22


Posted by MikeandJess

couscous! It's always my go to side when I can't think of anything else



hmmm interesting, i never think to make it. I think i wanna try to.

I usually make rice and beans, mashed potatoes or i love peas, when i cant think of anything. Well if it was up to me i could have a side of pasta in marinara sauce with anything lol

Or what about sauteed spinach, i love it and so does DH.



We're not spinach people.
This week so far we had rice one day and pasta the other.

DH has learned that pasta and rice are perfect sides for anything.
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by RadiantBride


Posted by teenigrrl

rice
string beans & tomato
alexia oven potatoes in garlic & rosemary (basically a french fry, love them!)
noodles




That sounds yummy!!! How do you make the potatoes?



they are in the frozen section
seriously, they are. either w/ the organic stuff w/ the other french fries. Alexia is the brand name. i used to make them all the time, so now DH is a bit sick of them, but they're very good. and low fat.
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Re: Quick side dish for Chicken Cutlets?


Posted by RisiLeigh

Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni's are really good and very easy! Stop & Shop has them for 10 for $10 most of the time so I stock up!

I make my own 'fried rice' too, where I sautee onion and egg in a frying pan. When the egg is like scrambled egg consistency, I add white rice (already made in another pot). Add some soy sauce for color and flavor and mmm yummy!


I love Rice A Roni ( I could eat the entire box myself) but it is very high in sodium. So I havent gotten it in a long time.
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