10 Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

10 Rotisserie Chicken Recipes

I love a good rotisserie chicken. They make dinner time so easy! They are by far the most moist, delicious and economical at Costco. I hardly ever go there that I don’t buy one. However, often when I get home I end up scratching my head and thinking “All right, now what am I going to make with that pretty bird? There are a lot of great recipes on the blog…where…are…they…hm….”

And so, I decided to put 10 of my favorite Rotisserie Chicken Recipes in one convenient spot. For me, and for any of you who might enjoy that kind of thing. I will be adding a picture link to this post along my sidebar for easy access as well.

Hope you enjoy!

Bruschetta Chicken and Pasta Salad from Jamie Cooks It Up!!Bruschetta Chicken and Pasta Salad

30 Minute Skillet Chicken Cordon Bleu Pasta from Jamie Cooks It Up30 Minute Skillet Chicken Cordon Blue Pasta

Fillo Dough Chicken Pot Pie from Jamie Cooks It Up!Fillo Dough Chicken Pot Pie

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Chicken Gnocchi SoupChicken Gnocchi Soup 

30 Minute Skillet Chicken Enchiladas from Jamie Cooks It Up!30 Minute Skillet Chicken Enchiladas

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Open Faced BBQ Chicken French Bread SandwichOpen Faced BBQ Chicken Open Faced Chicken Sandwich

Chicken and Black Bean NachosChicken and Black Bean Nachos

Cheesy Ham and Chicken Casserole Jamie Cooks It Up!!Cheesy Ham and Chicken Wild Rice Casserole

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  1. 1
    March 17, 2015 at 2:20 pm

    You are so right! Costco’s rotisserie chicken is the BEST!!

  2. 2
    Kristine Gardner
    March 23, 2015 at 6:20 am

    I usually go to Sam’s Club and get the rotisserie chickens there. I buy two, remove all the meat from the bones. I then freeze the meat in recipe size portions. The bones and skin from two chickens makes a nice crock pot full of broth when cooked with carrots, onions, bay leaves and celery. Then I freeze the broth in recipe size portions. What a lot of meals from two chickens!

    • 3
      March 23, 2015 at 7:17 am

      Thanks for these great tips!
      All the best,

      • 4
        April 23, 2019 at 7:33 am

        I have also used rotisserie chicken for quick chicken recipes in the past. But for the price of one 2 1/2 lb. rotisserie chicken I can buy a 6 lb. whole chicken and roast it in my oven in my 12 inch cast-iron skillet. It is easy, and removing the meat is just as easy. It makes a LOT more shredded chicken too. I shred it and bag it by weight in recipe portions. Then I freeze it. It thaws quickly and is ready to be turned into a tasty meal.

  3. 5
    Angela Saver
    November 12, 2015 at 1:56 pm

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