Boneless Chicken Breasts

With this recipe collection, you'll always find ways to cook boneless chicken breast. From paillards (thin cutlets) in lemon-caper sauce to fried chicken salad, these easy boneless chicken breast recipes will expand your culinary genius.

How to Bake Chicken Wings

Next time you throw that game-day party, learn how to bake chicken wings and your guests will feel like they've scored seats in their own private sports bar.

Herbed Gruyere Ring

Midwest Living

Chicken with Squash-Barley Pilaf

Diabetic Living

Squash, apple, and pumpkin seeds pair with chicken for this fall-favorite dinner. No barley? Try whole-wheat couscous or quinoa instead.

Total: 45 mins

Southwestern Chicken and Black Bean Salad

Diabetic Living

A handful of corn chips gives this sweet and spicy Southwestern salad a crunch. Tip: Make this recipe ahead and take to a tailgate or potluck party.

Total: 25 mins

Lemon-Pepper Pasta and Chicken

Better Homes and Gardens

Serve this light linguine recipe as a fast weeknight meal, or enjoy it the next day as a cool tote-along lunch.

Total: 20 mins

Cajun Chicken Curry

Better Homes and Gardens
Total: 35 mins

Chicken Korma

Family Circle

With slight differences in styles based on country (India vs. Bangladesh, for example), korma generally consists of meat, vegetables and a sauce of yogurt, nuts and spices.

Oriental-Glazed Chicken

Family Circle

How to Bake Chicken Breast

Chances are you already have a recipe or two for how to bake chicken breast. Chicken is a favorite mealtime choice in many households, and with good reason. It's low in fat and high in protein, and its mild flavor means it goes well with ingredients both common and exotic. Finding new recipes to keep your menu planning fresh and exciting can be a challenge, especially if you're cooking for a family. That makes chicken breast a great choice. Like the proverbial little black dress, you can dress chicken up or down depending on the occasion. Versatile chicken offers so many options, you need never get bored.

How to Cook Chicken Legs

While chicken breasts often get all the glory, the drumsticks and thighs hold some of the juiciest and most flavorful meat--and even better, they're inexpensive and easy to prepare. Drumsticks are also favorites among young diners since they come with a "handle" and are fun to eat. So, knowing how to cook chicken legs is an especially useful skill for anyone feeding a family.

How to Grill Chicken Breast

Learning how to grill a chicken breast is a right of passage for every home cook. Chicken breasts are one of the most popular cuts of meat, and rightly so--they're high in protein, low in fat and quick to cook.

Sesame Chicken with Broccoli

Better Homes and Gardens

There is mouthwatering magic in the sweet-tart, spicy-salty balance of Chinese sauces like this one. Here it is poured over tender marinated chicken, sprinkled with a generous helping of toasted sesame seeds and served with the crisp clean contrast of steamed broccoli. Its just like the dish you get from the local takeout, only so much more delicious and better for you.

Chicken with Pan Sauce

Better Homes and Gardens

This main-dish recipe boasts four easy and delicious variations. What kind of mood are you in tonight?

Total: 35 mins

Sauteed Chicken Breasts and Fingers

Family Circle

These pan-fried skinless, boneless chicken breast halves combine a kids' recipe and grown-up recipe in one. For the kids, cut the chicken pieces into strips and for the adults, keep the breast halves whole.

Roasted Chicken with Lemons and Vegetables

Midwest Living

Who knew chicken and vegetables could be this tasty? Roast a lemon in the same pan as your chicken, potatoes, and onion for full flavor.

Crock Posole

Better Homes and Gardens

Ladle this posole (poh-SOH-leh), a thick, heart main-dish soup of chicken, hominy, tomatoes, and herbs into large cups or bowls. Prepared in a slow cooker, it makes enough for a crowd or plenty for leftovers.

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