Chicken marinades are plentiful and flavorful and can lead to great recipes such as Spicy Marinated Chicken in Onion Sauce or Grilled Honey-Soy Chicken.
Try this smoky marinade on meat or poultry.
Freshly grated ginger makes all the difference in amping up the flavor of the creamy serving sauce.
Our homemade chicken satay sauce is spiced up with a splash of sriracha!
Coat chicken thighs in a citrus and garlic marinade before leaving for work, then return home and grill for a delicious dinner in less than 30 minutes.
Allow the chicken to marinate overnight so each piece is fully infused with Mexican spices.
Follow the step-by-step directions and the stir-fry and the rice will be done at exactly the right time. Chop all the vegetables--bok choy, carrots, and scallions--before you start on the rice.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
A trio of spices--curry powder, ginger, and cumin--proovide an exotic flavor to chicken. Because the vivid colors of fresh spices may stain your fingers, consider wearing plastic gloves before working with this rub.
This five-ingredient chicken recipe is a spin-off on a popular Chinese dish. Crushed seasoned croutons in the coating provide the garlic and onion flavor.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
This easy marinade is also good for fish and seafood.
Brining chicken in pickle juice tenderizes the meat and amps up the flavor. A buttery dill sauce makes this dinner taste even more delicious.
A purchased bread shell topped with peppery chicken, a blend of two cheeses, and a sprinkling of nuts makes a sophisticated pizza.
This quick and easy mustard-based marinade pairs well with chicken and is ready in the time it takes you to stir together a few ingredients.
This marinated, grilled chicken thigh recipe has Asian flavors. Serve the chicken, topped with fresh salsa, on Ti leaves, which can be found at some florist shops. Wash and pat dry the leaves as you would any green.