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The Treat in the Shell

After that delicious Spanish Tortilla let’s move on to our next treat for today, this one is great for children but also for grown-ups who still feel young inside!

Let’s make some chicken shells!

What you need:

Butter
Salt
Milk
Flour
Leftover roast chicken
Some funny shaped trays

Cut the chicken into small bits and leave on the side for now.

Make the bechamel sauce by melting some butter, add flour and keep stirring with a whisk on low heat.

Once done mix the chicken bits with the sauce and place on the shell trays.

Sprinkle breadcrumbs on top and then cook in the oven for 10 minutes.

Once they are out of the oven let the trays cool for a bit and then serve.

I hope you enjoy this little treat, it really took me back to my childhood.

Did you have any favorite dishes when you were little? Tell me all about it in comments section on or on the Facebook Page! It’s always nice to hear from you!

6 comments on “The Treat in the Shell

  1. Profiteroles & Ponytails
    January 16, 2013

    I’m sure the ponytails would love this dish baked in shells — they love food with creamy sauces! I might add a bit of cheese on top before cooking.

    • tudorteodorescu88
      January 16, 2013

      Thank you very much for following my blog!

      I’m sure they would, my friends have 2 young boys and they like this dish as well.

      My friends made this for their children and I loved and I had to share it with everyone.

      You cannot go wrong with cheese and let me know if you make it. I’d love to hear what your little girls had to say about it!

  2. Eva Taylor
    January 17, 2013

    This is definitely a kid-friendly meal, Tudor, but if you put it into a more classic dish, perhaps a Le Creuset mini casserole, it would be good for adults too!

    • tudorteodorescu88
      January 18, 2013

      Hi Eva! Thanks for the comment. That is very true, it’s a great meal and really easy to make. Helps get rid of any chicken leftovers and as the Profiteroles & Ponytails suggested to add some cheese, that would work really well.

  3. squishymonster
    January 18, 2013

    How fun—I adore this idea! =)

    • tudorteodorescu88
      January 18, 2013

      Hi Squishymonster! Thank you for the comment, I’m very happy to hear that you like this recipe.

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