Healthy Chicken Dishes
Packed with protein and low in saturated fat, poultry can be a great choice when you're looking for a healthy dish. From classic chicken noodle soup to ginger-lime chicken salad and more, we're serving up dozens of healthy chicken recipes.See Popular Healthy Chicken Dishes Recipes
One of my goals for the new year is to cook one meatless dinner per week. Recipes like Greek Quinoa with Avocados make it easy to stick to that goal. Why the push for meatless?
This chicken entree is ideal for dinner on a hot summer evening.
Bacon-wrapped asparagus is a classic side dish, and those same ingredients grace this easy chicken skillet.
You love vegetarian pizza. You're nuts about healthy chicken dishes. Can't live without pasta.
A quick pan gravy elevates this chicken dinner from dull to dinner party-worthy.
The orange in this whole grain, protein-packed salad doesn't refer to a sugary Asian sauce, but to a summery citrus dressing.
In place of mashed white or sweet potatoes, cut calories by serving this pesto-topped chicken with a butternet squash mash.
Skinless, boneless chicken breastis easy to flatten and stuff and adapts to a variety of flavors, such as cheese and spinach in this main-dish recipe.
Apples lend sweetness to this healthy chicken curry dinner that includes heart-healthy lentils and spinach.
Your slow cooker makes homemade chicken noodle soup a breeze! Stir in a scoop of reduced-fat cream cheese to thicken up the broth and serve with a chunk of your favorite bread or some crackers.
Rotisserie chicken and fresh ingredients including tomatoes and avocadoes combine in this quick dinner salad that's satisfying and nourishing. It's perfect for those eating Paleo or gluten-free diets.
These quick and easy lettuce wraps have the veggie crunch of a salad, but with added grains and protein to keep you satisfied until dinner.
Skewers are easy to eat and are great for entertaining. Toss veggies and chicken in a sweet, zesty marinade and thread in an alternating pattern to perfect this recipe.
Green curry paste and coconut milk join forces in the Thai-inspired sauce for this flavorful slow cooker chicken dinner.
A balance of sweet, sour, and spicy flavors are often noted in Thai dishes. This chicken recipe is an example of lively and tempting combination.
Toss these chicken meatballs in any rice, pasta or soup recipe you enjoy or just eat them with a toothpick as an appetizer!
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.