Friday, August 28, 2009

Albertson's 3 Day Sale

Albertson's is running a 3 Day Sale starting Today through Sunday August 30th

Albertson's Fresh Split Chicken Breast (bone in) $.98/lb
(Does anyone cook with bone-in chicken?? I need to be talked into it!)

Roma Tomatoes $.68/lb

Albertson's Icecream 1.5 qt. $1.99
(Limit 2)

Dasani Water, 24 pack $2.99
(Limit 3)

Country Farms Bread $1.59
(Limit 4)

Arm and Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent $2.77
(Limit 2)


10 comments:

Kristina D said...

I grill chicken with the ribs. Put a bit of olive oil and salt and it comes out really yummy!

Hannah said...

My hubby slow cooks the chicken on the grill with a little sea-salt for taste! It's sooooooooo yummy!

badgermommy said...

Throw them in your crockpot. It's a good way to get white meat to freeze for casseroles.

maygan said...

T throw them in the crockpot as well (with frozen broccoli, cream of chicken soup, and a can of cream of broccoli). The meat comes right off the bones and it's great over rice!

Amber said...

Bone in chciken breasts are wonderful for roasting in the oven. They are so much more moist and flavorful than boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Also, they re-heat much better than BLSL Chicken breasts too because they don't dry out. It use them all the time for any dish that reguires shredded chicken - the price is great and the meat tastes better. Plus, I usually throw the bones into a bag in the freezer and hang on to them until I have enough to make chicken stock.

Linda B said...

I make chicken and dumplings with bone-in breasts. So Southern...So Easy! Cover 3 or 4 breasts with water in a large soup pot. Add 1/2 tsp.celery seeds or celery salt, 2 teaspoons salt and 1 teaspoon black pepper, 4 tablespoons of butter. Let come to a boil, then turn heat down cover and slow simmer for about 45 minutes to 1 hr. Take chicken out of stock and let cool slightly. Remove bones and discard, add chicken back to pot pulling or cutting it apart slightly. Add 4 tablespoons flour to 1 cup water and stir into pot. Then add 3 cans of refrigerated biscuit dough by pinching off or cutting each biscuit into 4-5 pieces and dropping them into pot. Stir often it only takes 5 or 10 minutes for biscuits to be done. People will think you are a genious and make the best dumplings they ever had...don't let the secret out! lol

Kami said...

Here is a GREAT recipe for bone in that you remove the bone at the end!!!
Ingredients

* Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
* 3 skin-on bone-in chicken breast halves
* 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
* 1/2 cup frozen orange juice concentrate
* 4 tablespoons honey

Directions

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

Liberally salt and pepper the chicken breast halves. Heat the oil in a large saute pan over medium-high heat and sear the chicken, skin side only, until brown and beginning to crisp, about 5 minutes.

Meanwhile, make the orange glaze: In a small saucepan, heat the orange juice concentrate, honey, and salt and pepper, to taste, over medium heat, and boil for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat.

Turn the chicken over and brush each piece with the glaze. Turn the chicken skin side up and transfer the pan to the oven. Bake until the internal temperature reaches 160 to 170 degrees F on an instant-read thermometer, brushing on more glaze halfway through, about 15 minutes in total. Let the chicken rest for 10 minutes on a cutting board. Remove the chicken breast from the bone and slice the meat on the bias. Transfer the chicken to a serving platter and serve.

jennym said...

I agree- I NEVER cook bone-in chicken...but I think I might be converted. Love the recipes! Please keep them coming...

Jaelin said...

Though I have never used bone-in-breasts, I have used a lot of the other pieces boned. The easiest thing for me is that I boil them. The meat basically falls off the bone and you put the meat into ziploc bags and freeze it. It is in longer pieces, so you can use it for fajitas, casseroles or whatever. It is ready to go and thaws on the counter in minutes. Then, you just have to warm it. No real cooking needed! It's so nice to have on hand!

SingingClayPearl said...

I don't know if any other Albertson's are doing this, but when we went to ours yesterday we saw 4 12-packs of Pepsi and 7up "buy 2 get 2 free"...ended up being 4 for $10, which is very cheap here. Also, there were ballpark franks for 3 for $5.