Chicken and Rice
With a little imagination, chicken and rice can go a long way in the kitchen. Turn out delicious dishes with recipes ranging from casseroles, soups, and baked dishes, to Spanish, curry, or mushroom chicken and rice.See Popular Chicken and Rice Recipes
Grab your saucepan, some canned chicken, frozen peas, chicken stock and a few pantry ingredients, and in just about 40 minutes you'll have a kicked-up chicken and rice dinner that's both savory and satisfying.
Tomatoes, white wine, and capers form a savory sauce for the chicken and rice in this easy recipe. Cilantro adds even more fresh flavor.
Etouffee -- from the French word for smother, stew, or braise -- is a classic Cajun dish of shellfish (or sometimes chicken) served over rice. Grace Parisi uses chicken breast, whole wheat flour, and only three ounces of andouille sausage to make the recipe lighter.
Easy on the cook, convenient canned chicken and beans round out the flavors of the cumin-seasoned rice in this simple stovetop meal.
Slivered almonds and sweet red peppers set this chicken Alfredo dish apart from the rest. Top it off with breadcrumbs to give it the perfect finish.
Sticky rice mixes well with the sweet-tart mixture of cherries and chicken in this easy main dish recipe
Arroz con pollo (Spanish for "chicken with rice") is traditionally made with chicken, tomatoes, green pepper, and sometimes saffron. This version adds wine and asparagus for a new twist.
This family-friendly casserole features great taste and quick and easy preparation - it's a winner.
Chicken drumsticks are served with a simple vegetable and rice mixture in this quick-fix dinner.
Chicken, beans and rice -- there's comfort in simplicity, and we think there's a lot to be said for getting back to basics. But basic doesn't have to mean boring. Take the white rice in this Mexican Chicken and Rice.
Knowing how to make a chicken and rice casserole ensures you can always serve up one of the most universally beloved comfort foods. Nearly everyone's grandmother had her own version of this dish, and the beauty of it is that you can fall back on whatever ingredients you happen to have handy, for endless variations. There??????s no one "right" recipe.