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A coating of crushed cornflakes and spices adds bold flavor to this decadent feel-good dish. Oven-frying offers a way to enjoy this comfort food without all the calories.
Bright vegetables intertwine with pasta and chopped chicken in this scrumptious casserole, which makes enough to serve 10.
This all-in-one meal features salty bacon, fresh asparagus spears, summer squash, and browned chicken to make a skillet supper full of flavor. At less than 300 calories per serving, it’s a healthy and tantalizing chicken dinner.
A creamy sauce of light sour cream, yogurt, and diced green chile peppers brings flavor to the chicken and spinach in this Southwestern dish. Garnish with chopped tomato and toasted almonds for a colorful touch.
Keeping chicken on hand is one of the easiest ways to add extra protein to any meal. Learn how to boil chicken to a perfect tenderness and flavor.
Add a filling of deviled ham and crisp asparagus spears to your favorite healthy protein to take it to the next level. The mild flavor of chicken creates the perfect base for cayenne pepper, mustard, and Worcestershire sauce.
Fresh mushrooms, minced garlic, and sweet peppers bring immense flavor to this all-in-one meal. Add a sprinkling of parsley and bold Kalamata olives before serving to make this chicken dish even more special.
The peanut butter base of this soup gives it a mild, nutty taste, while Cajun seasoning and cilantro brighten up the flavors. Use your slow cooker to make this easy meal even more convenient.
A delicious sauce of parsley, vinegar, garlic, and crushed red pepper tops grilled chicken in this healthy chicken dinner. Round out the meal by adding steamed veggies topped with zesty lemon peel.
Roast this traditional chicken dish with onions, garlic, and fresh spices to impart a classic flavor you’ll love. When done correctly, the chicken comes out juicy on the inside and a gorgeous golden brown on the outside. Serve with roasted vegetables for a beautiful presentation.
Baked chicken gets pumped full of flavor in this Indian-spiced dish. Pair it with brown rice and top with fresh cilantro to create a tasty and exotic chicken recipe.
Hummus is a spread made of mashed chickpeas, ground sesame seeds (called tahini), lemon juice, garlic, and salt. It's full of fiber from the chickpeas and also contains some healthy monounsaturated fats.
This blend of spicy seasonings and fresh ingredients comes together in just 25 minutes, making it a delicious option for any weeknight meal. Save even more time by preparing the filling ahead of time -- just cover and chill for up to 24 hours.
A lime and rosemary marinade infuses this chicken breast with a distinctive flavor. To get the most juice from limes, lemons, or oranges, let them stand at room temperature about 30 minutes before halving them and squeezing out the juice. You can also try piercing the pulp inside with a fork, which will help release the juice.
Love fried chicken but don't want all that fat? Then try this low-fat version that uses cornflakes to give chicken that crispy, crunchy texture you crave, but without all the calories and fat.
Baking chicken breasts is an easy, healthy, and flavorful way to cook a delicious meal quickly. Watch to learn the best way to bake your chicken.
Wild rice varieties vary from long, black, cultivated grains to more expensive, hand-harvested grains that are mottled gray. Generally, cultivated rice takes longer to cook. Either way, wild rice is a protein-rich whole grain that adds an earthy flavor to this low-fat soup.
From a nutrition standpoint, mushrooms are a good source of potassium and selenium, an antioxidant. In fact, just five white button mushrooms provide almost one-fourth of the daily value for selenium.
Most pizza you eat is loaded with fat and calories. But that doesn't mean you can never eat pizza again if you're watching your weight. This recipe will satisfy your cravings with less fat and fewer calories than the average restaurant pizza.
Peanuts, which add crunch and flavor to this chicken pizza, are a good source of niacin, a B-vitamin that can help lower LDL ("bad") cholesterol. Peanuts also contain resveratrol, the compound in red wine that is believed to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Sweet potatoes are high in both beta-carotene and vitamin C, two antioxidants that may help protect you from disease and slow the aging process. To keep sweet potatoes fresh, store them in a cool (less than 60°F), well-ventilated area -- not in the refrigerator.
This classic dish fits perfectly into a heart-healthy diet because it uses reduced-fat soup, fat-free milk, and light mayonnaise. Serve with mixed greens tossed in a little vinaigrette for a complete meal.
If you don't have any leftover chicken, pick up some refrigerated or frozen cooked chicken breast at the supermarket. Or you can buy a whole rotisserie chicken and save the dark meat for another meal.
Though 30 cloves of garlic may seem like a lot for this recipe, we can assure you it's not. When roasted, garlic becomes mellow in flavor and buttery-soft, which makes the amount in this dish just right.
For fewer calories and less fat, use soba noodles in place of the egg noodles. Soba noodles, a Japanese favorite, are made from buckwheat flour. One cup has only 113 calories and almost no fat. Egg noodles have 213 calories and 2.4 grams of fat per cup.