Since my wife Angela and I have recently become empty nesters, with one son in the Navy
and starting his own family and the other son moving to Japan to start his new life,
we have had to learn how to barbecue for two.
One of our favorite things to do on a Sunday afternoon is to barbecue a rotisserie chicken.
That one rotisserie chicken is plenty enough for my wife and I to have a nice Sunday dinner
and still have plenty of leftover barbecue for the next couple of days.
Monday night is usually "Taco Monday"!!!!
"Sorry Tuesday! "
Chicken tacos are so easy and soooo grubbin and so simple.
Reheat some BBQ chicken by wrapping it tight in aluminum foil and putting it in the oven at 250 deg for about 20 min, or if you are feeling lazy like I usually am on a Monday night,
just throw it in the microwave for 30 sec or so until its warm.
Once it is warm, shred it, throw it on a warm tortilla with some tomato, avocado,
grilled peppers and onions, cheese, hot sauce, or whatever your favorite taco fixens are.
Leftover rotisserie chicken is probably one of the most versatile leftovers to have in your fridge.
If you don't have a rotisserie for your grill,
there are many other options for barbecuing a whole chicken.
"Or you can just put it in the oven at 375 for an hour!"
....That's my wife's quote, not mine!
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