National Poultry Day Dishes

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National Poultry Day Dishes

It’s National Poultry Day today, so I’ve rounded up a handful of our foodies’ favourite poultry dishes. Hopefully this will inspire you to cook up a storm in your kitchen and perhaps even try out a new idea or two?

Suzy from Sudden Lunch kicks us off with her post on how to use every part of a chicken. There’s no waste here. So make sure you use up every part of your bird with her helpful tips and recipes.

National Poultry Day Dishes

Megan from Truly Madly Kids shared her recipe for Wagamamas’ favourite Ramen Chicken. This dish is inspired by her family’s love of the chain restaurant and she’s recreated one of her kids’ favourites.

National Poultry Day Dishes

Low Fodmap Inspiration’s Alice shares one of her favourites, Chicken Katsu Curry. This dish is also inspired by the chain Wagamamas. But this recipe satisfies a number of dietary restrictions, including gluten free, onion free, garlic free and low lactose. So if you are following any of these diets, this could be the dish for you.

National Poultry Day Dishes

Janice from Farmer’s Girl Kitchen has a great recipe for Coconut Chicken Curry, perfect for prepping in the slow cooker. If you enjoy rich, creamy coconut curries made with coconut milk and curry paste, this is the one for you. Sounds heavenly!

National Poultry Day Dishes

The Slimming Foodie’s Pippa has a delightful recipe for Chicken Pizzaiola. She says this dish is so easy to do and such a treat to eat!

National Poultry Day Dishes

And our final dish comes from Tracy from The Spelt Kitchen. This is her version of takeaway classic, pitta bread with grilled chicken. She thinks this is better than any takeaway, I can’t help but agree – it looks delicious.

National Poultry Day Dishes

What poultry dishes will you be cooking this week? Share your favourites in the comments below.

 

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