Tropical Chicken Recipe Toll House ^NEW^
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Our Chicken Macaroni Salad has long established itself as an adaptable recipe. After all, it could work as both a side dish and a main entree. But like many other salads, the classic macaroni salad was served more often as a side dish. In the Philippines, we love to have it with chicken, and many other components. But it actually came from a much simpler idea.
This recipe is really good. It can feed a lot of people too. There are times when there are leftovers because you might have made more than enough. You might also be preparing it in advance for a pot-luck party. Can you freeze Filipino chicken macaroni salad for later use? I do not recommend freezing as it will affect the taste and consistency of the dish. However, it can be placed inside the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Make sure that it is properly covered to prevent contamination.
I made these and the dough was too thick and didn't seem right so I added a small container of applesauce. (I think those are 4 oz). The cookies were a little cake-like than original toll house, but tasty. I don't understand why others did not have the thick, dry dough I had before adding the unsweetened applesauce.
I just made this and they are so good! We had run out of butter in the house, and so I searched and found your recipe, definitely saving it! My only suggestion for others is that with the coconut oil, the cookies are very sweet, so using less sugar, or dark chocolate chips might work better to give some depth.
Coconut oil is a great dough enhancer in yeast breads and quick breads. I add 2 tablespoons coconut oil to a 4-loaf batch of bread. I also substitute coconut oil for all my cake and cookie recipes. One tablespoon of coconut oil in your rice krispy treats adds such richness. I use it in stir-frys, too. It adds a nice tropical flavor to rice, too. 2b1af7f3a8