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Introducing Nino’s Cash for Cluckers

February 6, 2010
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Cash for Cluckers

The only thing better than enjoying one of Nino’s delicious, juicy, Rotisserie Chicken is enjoying them TWICE!  That’s where the “Cash for Cluckers” program begins. Just $5.99 gives YOU a “Cluck” worth your Buck!

And more than that, we’re sharing some of our favorite recipes for Nino’s Rotisserie Chickens so that YOU can enjoy them in many different dishes.  So, next time you stop in at Nino’s, be sure to pick up one (or more than one) of our delicious birds, stop by my blog and try one of these delicious recipes!

Just how good are they??               Rotisserie Chicken

It’s really no secret…the BEST TASTING Rotisserie Chickens start with the best CHICKENS! At Nino’s, we buy the FRESHEST, PLUMP, 3 pound and up ROASTERS, packed on ICE and NEVER FROZEN. Our exclusive recipe seasonings are locally blended, fresh ground and generously applied to each chicken before Rotisserie Roasting  each one to retain their natural juices and to maximize their flavors. Try all of our 5 delicious flavors: Original, Hickory, Cajun, Cowboy and Moroccan!

4 Comments

Diane said :
395 weeks ago

Type your comment here.so let me tell you what I did with my left over Roast Chicken Diced up the chicken, took the chill of the chicken in the microwave, I warmed a flour Tortilla shell, spread some good Blue Cheese salad dressing on the shell, toped the chicken with crumbled blue cheese, top that with diced roasted red peppers, (from the olive bar at Nino's) topped it all with torn Roman lettuce (I like the bitter end) rolled it up truly was YUMMY Reply...

Chef Pete said :
393 weeks ago

Wow Diane!! That sounds like a VERY tasty roll-up and gives me a bunch of new ideas!! Good job! And glad to know you're enjoying those tasty "Cluckers" lol Pete

Gwendlyn said :
369 weeks ago

My family and I Love the rotisserie Chickens! I used the whole chicken or the leftovers to make Tortilla Chicken soup! The flavour is outstanding. OR I make Chicken sandwiches! I warm the sliced chicken topped with a peppered cheese on a whole grain artisan bread with wasabi mayonnaise and a little green leaf lettuce or baby spinach and Voila a great sandwich. Reply...

Chef Pete said :
369 weeks ago

Wow! I love your Chicken Sandwich idea! Sounds great Gwendlyn!! I myself buy a couple to make our Chicken Enchilada Casserole recipe. They're nothing like the flavor of a rotisserie chicken is there?? Another trick of mine is to buy the chickens, pull the meat, then make a fantastic chicken sauce from the stock I make fom the bones. I portion 1/2 meat and 1/2 sauce in a storage container and freeze them. It makes a wonderful meal over biscuits or a great Pot Pie filling if I want to go that way.

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