Sunday, June 21, 2009

Junkin finds and a recipe

Since summer is in full swing our schedules are filling up, so our junkin has slowed a bit this week. I did manage to go to Goodwill and found some things and I did stop at two sales on the way to an outing. It is so hard for me to resist a garage sale sign.

I think I am going to attach a bird house to one end of table leg then put in my garden. Maybe the same for the shovel or maybe I will just hang it on the outside of the garage. Who knows with me. Don't forget to check out all the other finds at the Rhonda's Southern Hospitality.

Someone requested us to share this recipe.

Chicken Delight(Divan)

2 10 oz packages of frozen broccoli

2 cups cooked chicken

2 cans cream of chicken soup

1/2 cup mayo

1 Tbs lemon juice

1/4 tsp curry powder

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

1 cup croutons, we use more

1/2 stick butter

2-3 cups cooked rice

Combine soup, lemon juice, mayo and curry in small bowl. Melt butter and mix with croutons for topping. Save for later. In 9x13 greased pan layer cooked rice, broccoli, chicken, soup mixture, and cheese. Top with croutons. Bake @ 350 from 30-45 minutes.

I usually half this recipe for my family and use light soup and mayo. You can play around with the amount of lemon and curry to your taste. And don't forget the croutons because it's the best part.

The Junk Mammas


Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Nice vintage things there! Oh, and I love Chicken Divan too, have posted it on my blog also.

Blue Creek Home said...

I love the big white bowl. You did good for a slow weekend.

The Tattered Cottage said...

Love the two trays and white bowl :) That recipe is very similar to one that I like to make. Thanks for sharing, I'm going to try your recipe :)

Arlene said...

I just printed out your recipe. It sounds yummy. My husband loves anything with curry!

Kammy said...

Great finds and love your ideas !
Hugs ~ Kammy

The Cottage Girl said...

Thanks for sharing your flea finds! I love the bird house on the table leg idea!

Your recipe struck me as the perfect thing to serve at the cottage this week.

The Cottage Girl