Baked and Roasted Chicken
Add a pick-me-up to plain baked chicken. These easy baked chicken recipes turn up the taste with special seasonings and sauces, such as barbecue, rosemary-herb, and citrus-glazed.
The carrots, potatoes, and apples cook alongside the roasted chicken for this home-style meal.
Fresh rosemary sprigs play a big role in this delectable main dish recipe. Try a rosemary basting brush on your next holiday turkey or Cornish hens.
Consider this a modern take on the traditional soul food favorite of fried chicken and waffles. Incorporating leftover mashed potatoes keeps the waffles tender, while the orange-maple glaze on the roasted chicken ensures no one will miss the batter.
The rub mixture of basil, oregano and parsley adds a wonderful flavor to the roast chicken. Follow the make-ahead tips for an easy entertaining entree.
An elegant Thanksgiving meal. For extra flavor, rub the herb mixture on the capon the night before roasting; cover and chill.
Create a hearty, comforting meal in one roasting pan. Lemon, garlic, rosemary and more combine for big flavors in this family-size dish.
The same sauce that dresses the wheatberry and vegetable salad adds an Italian touch to the grilled chicken.
They won't even have to stop hula dancing to indulge in this delicious chicken drummie recipe dressed in a buttery-rich macadamia nut crust.
The trick to get the most flavor in this chicken dinner? Pack the rub with enough aromatic herbs and spices to seep into the surrounding vegetables as they cook.
Just pick up a ready-to-eat roasted chicken on your way home from work for this easy dinner.
Bake the halved Cornish hens atop mounds of apple and raisin stuffing for this easy yet elegant entree. Apple Brandy Sauce and toasted almonds provide the finishing glaze and crunch.
A lemon olive oil coats both the poultry and the roasted potato wedges for this classic chicken dinner.
While the chicken bakes, relax before putting the finishing touches on this five-ingredient recipe
Fans of the classic chicken main dish will love this version that features the pastry over the top of the chicken and vegetable mixture instead of the typical crust on the bottom.
Bone-in chicken is super-juicy (even more so after a drizzle of sage-white wine sauce!) and handles oven roasting like a pro.