Ok, the challenge was: a variety of chicken things from various dinner stops at the Fresh Market. That is, LEFTOVERS. And I hate it when food goes to waste, I mean really. People make fun of me for how upset I get when food is wasted in my house.
So there was chicken from inside a chicken Ceasar wrap, market chicken salad (really nice big pieces of chicken without much goop), and chopped chicken liver. There were also some eggs to be used and a half bag of frozen homemade stuffing in the freezer from previous left overs. (the stuffing was crazy heavy on carrots and celery which is the reason for the picture)
The solution: mix it all up into a big chicken parts stuffing cake and EAT IT. And serve it to others to eat. Mix it is what I did, in a big old bowl and used the eggs for binder before spooning it into a greased casserole dish. Then I topped with some seasoned bread crumbs and baked at 350 until I smelled all the ingredients and the bread crumbs were browned.
Verdict: success! it was well received and loved – enough to get its own name and maybe be repeated again. But honestly, how often am I going to have frozen leftover stuffing, chicken salad, chicken bits, and chicken liver on hand to make it?