Spinach is a big part of the Italian dish called chicken florentine, but dieters might want to curb the cream. From light chicken florentine to heavier versions, these easy chicken florentine recipes defer to your discriminating tastes.See Popular Chicken Florentine Recipes
A touch of Dijon-style mustard gives great flavor to this show-stopping entree featuring chicken breasts and spinach all wrapped up in flaky puff pastry.
Artichokes, chicken and spinach come together in this delicious casserole recipe.
Think a classic chicken Parm can't be improved? Think again. The same savory crunch now yields to a cheesy, melty inside so good, you may forget the original existed.
Try this delicious soup recipe that combines Alfredo pasta sauce, baby spinach, chicken, and tortellini. It's ready in under 30 minutes and perfect for weeknight.
Like a good man, the perfect bronzer, or a pair of comfortable heels, a good (really good) chicken casserole recipe is hard to find. So when you get ahold of one that doesn't contain condensed cream of this, that, or the other -- and can be made ahead of time -- you hold on tight and never let go. I sort of never want to let go of the Chicken Florentine Artichoke Bake I made a couple weeks ago.
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?)
Quick and healthy--that's Quick Chicken Panzanella. But first, that word: "panzanella." It's really not about chicken; it's about bread, as in pane ("bread" in Italian).
Artichokes have been known to intimidate even adventurous eaters from penetrating their tough, spiky exterior. Yet, like all the best classic tough guys (Humphrey Bogart, say, or Edward G. Robinson) that bravado proves to be all show--they have hearts of gold.
Boxed rice that comes with those flavor packets can make for a convenient side dish, but it can be a bit expensive (and loaded with sodium). Nothing is as budget-friendly as plain ol' white rice -- or as boring, either. If you're looking to spice up your rice sides (literally), then we've got some great suggestions, ranging pretty much in order from super easy to elegant ...