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    I just grilled up three of the above and realised I don't really have a good idea of what sauce to use with them that doesn't involve work in preparation. Currently I eat them as they are or with a little mustard but was wondering what other people have theirs with (excluding mayo).

    Chicken :sogood:
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    Grill some bacon, wrap the bacon around the chicken.

    That will get you on the way to best food ever.
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    If i have any left over fajita spice mix I might sprinkle some on top and pop it on the grill for a minute.

    Alternatively, you can make a sandwich - sweet thai chilli = :drool:

    Or maybe if youve got some instant noodles, cut up the chicken and add it?
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    (Original post by Peas and love)
    If i have any left over fajita spice mix I might sprinkle some on top and pop it on the grill for a minute.

    Alternatively, you can make a sandwich - sweet thai chilli = :drool:

    Or maybe if youve got some instant noodles, cut up the chicken and add it?
    No way would I taint my chicken with instant noodles
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    (Original post by Tommyjw)
    Grill some bacon, wrap the bacon around the chicken.

    That will get you on the way to best food ever.
    What I have eaten today: Bacon, chicken, Muller Rice. Putting the first two together should really have been the plan.
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    (Original post by kangaroo22)
    + some philadelphia in the middle!
    Hell yes i have done that before!. Good ol phily goes well with anything i swear ;D
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    Yup, with bacon, cheese and a bun is the way forward!
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    BBQ Sauce and a Bun.
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    (Original post by Peas and love)
    If i have any left over fajita spice mix I might sprinkle some on top and pop it on the grill for a minute.

    Alternatively, you can make a sandwich - sweet thai chilli = :drool:

    Or maybe if youve got some instant noodles, cut up the chicken and add it?

    Bravo man, gotta love that. Anyone else tried the discovery sauces
    range :sogood:
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    Grated cheese and tomato sauce. Nommy
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    http://www.helpwithcooking.com/sauce...oom-sauce.html



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    A bra.
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    Salad, BBQ and a bun :coma:
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    (Original post by Uzzy?)
    Salad, BBQ and a bun :coma:
    Salad is for girls

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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Salad is for girls

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    :no: I wonder what male vegetarians would eat then.
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    The mushrooms look like snails soaked in some sort of sauce :no:
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    (Original post by Uzzy?)
    :no: I wonder what male vegetarians would eat then.
    The disgusting remains of their sense of self worth - with Quorn.
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    Stuff with goats cheese, wrapped tightly with bacon.

    Served with runner beans/ peas/ any sort of green and sweet potato mash. ****ING NOM.
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    Pasta/rice and gravy/some tomato sauce if you cba? :dontknow:
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    Squeeze on lemon juice, cover in cajun spice, then gridle/pan fry.
 
 
 
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