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Traditional stew goes gourmet with help from nutty brown ale in our delicious and hearty dish. Spices such as garlic and a hint of chili powder perfectly complement the tender chicken and fresh vegetables. Feeling adventurous? Try experimenting with different beers to find your favorite flavor combination.
Give chicken tenders delightful zest when you braise them in lemon juice, garlic, and herbs for a showstopping dinner dish with unique and complex flavor. Serve with wilted spinach, cauliflower, and our tapenade-style olive topper.
Get your quinoa fix in a new way when you spice it up with fresh cilantro and chipotle pepper in smoky adobo sauce. Complete the meal with tender adobo-brushed chicken and a side of antioxidant-packed kale with red beans.
Pumpkin takes on a new role in a unique and savory-sweet casserole with tender shredded chicken and layers of soft tortillas. Sprinkle with roasted pumpkin seeds before serving for a delicious crunch.
Get the taste and texture of your favorite fried chicken without all the calories! Because this chicken dinner is baked in the oven, you get all the comfort of fried chicken while sticking to a healthy diet.
With creamy Dijonnaise sauce and pan-fried chicken, you won't believe this French-inspired recipe is under 300 calories. It's surprisingly easy to make, and goes from stove to table in 30 minutes.
Chicken breasts get a lift from chopped almonds, panko bread crumbs, and sauteed spinach. Tenderizing the chicken before cooking makes it even more delicious.
Fresh papaya lends tropical flavor to this colorful dinner salad. Our crunchy coconut-crusted chicken and honey-cayenne vinaigrette add another level of texture and flavor.
Feed your crowd with an anything-but-boring casserole that's brimming with tender chicken, noodles, and homemade sauce.
Prosciutto adds savory flavor to any dish, and our irresistible chicken and rice bake is no exception. It can even be covered and frozen for up to three months so you'll always have dinner on hand.
Canned apricots perfectly complement sauteed chicken breasts in a delightful six-ingredient, 20-minute meal your whole family will love.
A few simple ingredients, such as feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and bottled Greek vinaigrette dressing, take chicken quesadillas from everyday to exciting.
Packaged deli-roasted chicken makes for an oh-so-easy meal you can prepare in about 30 minutes. Just shred the chicken, make the sauce, and you're ready to eat.
For a fresh spin on takeout, try a dish that combines flavors like ginger, stir-fry sauce, veggies, and chicken. Better yet, each serving is just 235 calories.
With a little help from bottled barbecue sauce, canned chilis, and slow-cooked shredded chicken, these remixed quesadillas are sure to make you say "Olé!"
Dress up a childhood favorite with deli-roasted chicken, fresh broccoli, and your choice of herbed cheese. You won't be able to resist a second helping.
A homemade blend of spices featuring dried tomatoes and mushrooms adds delicious flavor to the chicken in this healthful dinner recipe. Fresh snap peas, cooked with the chicken and rice in the same skillet, brighten it up.
Watch how easy it is to poach chicken to use in any recipe.
A quick saute followed by a brief braising keeps chicken breasts moist -- the garlic, fresh lemon, and parsley stay bright, too.
We've perfected baked chicken breast. See our so-easy secret in action!
A two-ingredient glaze makes these chicken thighs sing. The heat of the grill sears the outside of the chicken, keeping the inside moist and tender.
To make this fresh lettuce-cup salad, toss chicken leftovers with roasted red pepper, quinoa, cilantro, green onion, and pine nuts, then drizzle on our tangy five-ingredient vinaigrette.
For a company-worthy meal ready in minutes, combine chicken thighs with prosciutto, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, garlic, and fresh tarragon. A simple three-ingredient broth completes the meal.
Sesame oil adds a nutty taste to this 400-calorie dish that takes just 20 minutes to make. Sweet peppers and cilantro keep things colorful, while Asian garlic-chili sauce adds a subtle kick.
A simple-to-make salsa of fresh avocado, tomato, red onion, jalapeno pepper, lime juice, and cilantro jazzes up grilled chicken cutlets.
Prepared rotisserie chicken is a shortcut to home style -- just quarter the chicken and serve it on a bed of sauteed squash, cherry tomatoes, and arugula (or spinach) leaves.
This bowlful of goodness is rich and creamy, with all the crowd-pleasing flavors of spicy Buffalo chicken wings.
Light Alfredo pasta sauce dresses up stove-top chicken and mushrooms. Broccoli cooked with fresh slices of lemon makes an easy (and healthy) side dish.