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    Help Me Name This Dish

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    Chicken
    Bacon bits
    Chopped spinach
    Chopped broccoli
    Diced tomatoes
    Diced water chesnuts
    Kerrygold butter
    Cayenne Pepper
    Turmeric
    Cinnamon
    Garlic
    Salt

    I came up with this as a way to get as many nutritious foods as possible in one dish. The water chesnuts are probably primal-neutral, at best, but they add a crunch that I enjoy. It tastes great (even my 10-yr-old daughter agrees), and my latest version makes 14 cups. One cup contains 10 grams of healthy fat, 6.3 carbs, and almost 17 grams of protein.

    But... I can't think of a good name. "Chicken-spinach soup" sounds lame. Also, it starts as a soup, but I simmer most of the water out.

    Any suggestions?

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    So is the chicken diced or entire pieces or...?

    If it's small pieces of chicken, you could jokingly call it "Chix Mix."

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    SteveO's Stupendous Stew

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    Parrot stoup.

    Yellow green and red stew/soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarasue624 View Post
    Parrot stoup.
    That's a win.

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    There is a Persian dish called Khoreshte Esfenaj (basically, Spinach Stew ... with chicken).

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    Jenny - the chicken is practically shredded.

    Goldie - what if I come up with another really good one? :-)

    SaraSue - love it!

    Paul - It never occurred to me to steal the words from another language. LOL

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    Foreign sounding names make the dish ... that's how the French roll ... their fly dishes are just what we Brits do, but they call them exotic sounding names.

    Throw in a "soucon", a "quenelle", maybe a "jus" and most definitely a "marriage of" (in English) and you've got a fly sounding dish.

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