Shake ‘n Bake and extra chicken today

…and have a picnic tomorrow.

Shake ‘n Bake chicken tastes so good hot or cold, you get two great meals but you only use your oven once. With Shake ‘n Bake Seasoned Coating Mix, making extra chicken is easy. Shake ‘n Bake is better than frying (imagine frying extra chicken – that’s hard work!)

To make things even easier, we’ve planned your picnic for you. Have fun!

Shake 'n Bake Picnic The perfect picnic for 4-july-1973

The perfect picnic for 4 people

Chicken. Cook 5 lbs of Shake ‘n Bake chicken the night before. Eat half for dinner. Refrigerate the rest till it’s time to go.

Salad. Green bean vinaigrette. Cook 2 packages of Bird’s Eye Frozen Green Beans, according to package directions. Marinate with Good Seasons French Salad Dressing Mix. Refrigerate.

Bread. A big loaf of French bread, buttered and refrigerated the night before.

Beverage. A 2-quart thermos of Kool-Aid brand Soft Drink Mix, or six cans of your favorite soft drink.

Dessert. A box of cookies (a non-melty kind) and assorted fruit: grapes, apples, and bananas.

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P.S. Take extra paper plates, napkins, plastic knives and forks (the kids could lose some), and a sharp knife. Don’t forget suntan lotion, band-aids and bug repellent.


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Source publication: Woman's Day

Source publication date: July 1973

Filed under: 1970s, Food & drink, Poultry recipes, Side dish recipes, Summer

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