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Creamed Chicken

? cup butter
? cup flour
1 ? cup milk
6 slices or so toast
Cooked chicken (about a cup)
Optional: 1 tablespoon sherry

Have your chicken cooked, I fry mine in some butter. Take the butter and melt it in a saucepan. Then when all your butter is melted add your flour slowly and stir constantly. Boil mixture for about one minute then add your milk. Key is to constantly stir. Then keep stirring until it becomes thick. Then add your salt & pepper to taste, and then chicken, then sherry if being used. Pour over toast. Note: Its excellent over homemade bread that is toasted.

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