Boneless Garlic Chicken
For a weeknight supper, boneless garlic chicken thighs or breasts are super fast and super easy. Baked, pan-fried, or quickly braised, these easy boneless garlic chicken recipes go from kitchen to table in just minutes.See Popular Boneless Garlic Chicken Recipes
Herb-seasoned, sauteed chicken breasts are served with a garlicky, creamy sauce for a dish that delivers great flavor and good nutrition.
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Fresh, fast and light as they can be, these healthful chicken wraps contain Asia's most essential flavors and signature crisp and crunchy textures. When peeling fresh ginger, remember that the roots' finest flavor lies just beneath its papery beige skin. To remove the skin, gently scrape with a small spoon rather than using a knife or peeler.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, prepare to face your Greatest Day in Chicken History. It's coming! Coming soon!
If we had to guess, we'd guess there's a package (or two...or four...) of boneless, skinless chicken breasts in your freezer right now. And we bet that you also have a regular rotation of tried-and-true recipes for these dinnertime staples, predictable and (dare we say it?)
Ah, the boneless chicken breast: so healthy, so light, so versatile ... so boring. Are we right?
Serve these zesty, mint-marinated grilled chicken breasts with hot cooked couscous or your favorite rice pilaf. The reduced-sodium soy sauce in the marinade helps flavor the chicken without adding salt.
Chicken is such a staple of quick weeknight dinners that it's hard to believe there can be anything special about it, especially if you're on the cycle, say, of "every Wednesday is boneless chicken breast night." But a classic roast chicken with that golden crisp yet juicy skin and succulent meat -- there's a bird worth singing about. Roasting a whole chicken with a simple medley of onion, garlic and fresh herbs isn't just delicious, it's shockingly easy, too.
Try a new take on a dinner favorite tonight with this citrus and beeer-brined recipe for grilled chicken.
Whether stuffed, baked, or grilled, we've got the best recipes for boneless, skinless chicken breasts in this yummy collection.
If you think the only easy way to sauce up your run-of-the-mill boneless chicken breasts is with a can of condes
Chimichurri chicken is a fun and flavorful way to eat boneless, skinless chicken. Try it at home to make weeknight dinners exciting again.
Take a trip to Morocco with this easy slow-cooker meal using boneless chicken thighs, plump raisins and apricots, and warm spices.
Say the words "healthy chicken recipe," and you're likely to conjure a pallid boneless chicken breast sitting next to a bland heap of brown rice. Blech! Now take a look a the picture to the left.
We're a nation of chicken lovers, consuming more than 70 pounds of it per person per year (which is double the amount consumed 30 years ago). Whether we're making a roast chicken, a stew with chicken thighs, a lean boneless, skinless chicken breast with a side of veggies, or some chicken "nuggets" for the kids, our go-to poultry is usually on our weekly shopping list. You want to buy the best chicken for your money, but labels can be confusing.
Diagnosis: skillet psychosis. You know what we're talking about, right? That feeling you get that if you have to spend one more evening standing over a skillet of boneless chicken breasts, you might just go insane.
Chicken thighs are the underdog of poultry, but they can rescue dinner again and again if you let them. Why do the Recipe.com editors love them? They're wonderfully flavorful (unlike chicken breast, which tends to be bland unless it's got great sauce or rub), they're inexpensive (seriously -- compare a pound of boneless chicken breast with a pound of boneless or bone-in thighs next time you're at the market), and they're more forgiving when it comes to cooking time (breast will overcook and become tough in mere seconds; because the thighs have more fat, you're not going to ruin dinner if you go over a minute or two).