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Juliebove

Famous Bowls

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Every time that commercial for KFC famous bowls comes on TV, my daughter drools over it and wishes she could have some. So tonight I made her my version. Now she does have additional food allergies, so I couldn't use any dairy in there. And I have diabetes so I don't need the additional carbs from the breading on the chicken. If you don't have these issues, you could make regular mashed potatoes, add cheese and use breaded chicken.

I started by boiling potatoes in salted water. When tender, I drained most of the water off, then added several pouches of chicken bouillion concentrate, a few splashes of light olive oil, freshly ground black pepper, chopped parsley, then mashed them, tasting and adding seasoning as needed. If you use this method, it's a good idea to reserve some of the drained water in case you need to add it. It's also a good idea to have some gluten-free potato flakes onhand to add if you accidentally left too much water in there as I sometimes do.

For the chicken, I used two cans of white meat chicken. I added the chicken and the water they were packed in to a large skillet. I then added some sweet rice flour and cooked down the water to make a really thick paste. I then added a large carton of chicken broth, a small amount at a time and stirring, cooking it down to a nice thick gravy. I used a spoon to break up the chunks of chicken into smaller pieces.

To serve, I took a large (individual) bowl, put in a layer of mashed potatoes, then sprinkled on some canned corn that had been heated, then topped it with the chicken and gravy. It's very good! And quick to fix.

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That sounds very good. I miss Denny's breakfast bowls.Those would always hit the spot.

I never had one. Didn't eat at Denny's too often. We didn't have any near us when I lived in NY. Can't eat there now at all. The few things on their menu that don't have gluten in them seem to have milk and/or soybean oil.

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