These breaded chicken tenders are served with a mustard and mayonnaise mixture for dipping. Serve steamed green beans with this recipe for a quick-and-easy family meal.
Artichoke hearts, garlic, oregano, olives, roasted sweet peppers, and feta cheese flavor the pasta for this 30-minute dinner.
What sets this fried chicken apart from the typical recipe is that milk is added after partially cooking the chicken so the pieces simmer rather than fry.
Using frozen artichokes in this Italian-style chicken dish makes assembling the casserole recipe convenient because the inedible parts of the vegetable are removed.
Dress up chicken and stuffing with big chunks of sourdough bread and mushrooms. Finish off this slow cooked main dish with fresh gremolata. The lemon-peel, parsley, and chopped-walnut topping give it a fantastic citrusy flavor.
Dinner guests don't have to know how simple this crockpot roast is to make. Simmer pork with cranberry sauce and spices, then serve with tart apples for a delicious medley of textures.
Nuts and cranberries fill these simple baked apples that cook in your slow-cooker. Top them with Sea Salt Caramel Sauce and, if you like, a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Italian sausage, basil, and oregano season this slow cooker chili.
Meaty chicken pieces simmer with dried fruit in a spiced wine mixture for a richly flavored winter dish.
These sandwiches are a popular and simple dinner idea. Replace slices of bread with tortillas and roll up a heaping serving of chicken and vegetables.
Beef, green beans, and potatoes come together in a savory pie that is sure to satisfy the whole family.
Your guests will never guess that the pretzel snack mix they've been munching is also the coating for this chicken recipe. Baking transforms the flavors.
Bubbly beer keeps the batter light to let the flavor of the chicken shine through. Serve with a side of baked fries for a homemade fast food dinner.
Company coming? This chicken and vegetable strata is an all-in-one dish. Serve with fresh fruit and the meal is complete.
Serve this thyme-flavored, ham, potato, and egg breakfast casserole for brunch or dinner with fresh fruit and juice.
This low-fat recipe is big on flavor. Both the chicken quarters and potatoes are seasoned with the spicy orange-soy sauce.