Crispy orange chicken is one of my favorite family dinner recipes because it's so simple and delicious. The recipe's so easy, even beginning cooks can make this without any trouble!
Contrary to popular belief, chicken tikka masala is not Indian. Rumor has it this chicken dish with tomatoes and cream was invented in Scotland in the 1970s. The facts, folklore, how to make the best chicken tikka masala are right here.
Like Pei Wei honey chicken? Try my quick, easy, and low fat method for cooking Chinese honey chicken and rice.
Who would believe that with only 3 ingredients plus salt and pepper this easy chicken entree could become a favorite company dish! Directions & photos.
I was a young boy when I first had chicken cacciatore at my Aunt Dot's house. It was amazing and I never forgot the smells and tastes. After that, every time I had baked chicken at home, I'd add ketchup and string beans to try to replicate the dish. Crazy kid!
Shredded chicken is one of the most versatile proteins around—put it in soups, salads, or omelets, and you’ll be satisfied. Having a batch cooked and ready to go is an easy way to get a healthy meal fast, avoiding takeout and unhealthy foods.
Cleaning chicken feet is quick and easy. In less than 30 minutes, you can have them ready for using in broth and other interesting recipes.
Want a quick, healthy, flavorful and juicy fried chicken without all the work of the traditional Southern method? Then you've come to the right place. This quick and easy oven fried chicken is incredible!
Chicken, spinach, and black bean pasta make for a protein-packed pasta dish that leaves you full, satisfied, and not the least bit guilty.
Seven ingredients are all you need to make oven-baked wet burritos at home. Also included are instructions for making enchilada sauce and a recipe for chalupas to use up any leftover chicken.
The whole family will love this spicy Cajun crusted chicken and asparagus dinner. You can have dinner on the table in under 30 minutes, too.
If you've ever wondered how to make fried chicken with less oil, then this recipe is for you. You could bake the chicken, but then it won't be as crunchy. The trick is to fry it first to make it crispy—and then finish it off in the oven by baking it.
I haven’t been to France. But when I do have the chance to visit, I know authentic coq au vin will be on my list of dishes to try.
It may sound unappetizing to some, but many people swear by the health benefits of eating chicken feet. Some say it lessens joint pain, and others believe it helps them look younger. Still others say chicken feet are just plain delicious!