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A world away from the frigid version you get at rubbish buffets. If you like, you can let the cooked chicken cool and remove from its juices, saving them to eat as a soup. But before you do that try this version that’s meant for eating warm.
Per serving: 947kcals, 65.3g fat (12.2g saturated), 76.6g protein, 6.9g carbs, 3.5g sugar, 2.1g salt
Go for whites with a touch of sweetness, like off-dry Riesling or a fruity Chenin Blanc, either from South Africa or in the form of Vouvray from the Loire.
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