This light dinner saves the day when you're sick of doing dishes. Mix all nine ingredients in one bowl, then serve the salad over toast or greens.
Mix up a from-scratch stir-fry in less time than it takes to order takeout. Chicken breast chunks and pea pods are coated in a flavorful orange juice and soy sauce mix, then served over rice.
Chicken Alfredo without all the calories? Sign us up. Pair sauteed chicken with fresh veggies and store-bought Alfredo for a super-simple (and healthy!) take on a classic.
Refrigerated grilled chicken breast strips get a makeover when coated in a sweet-and-spicy dressing. Pair with udon noodles and fresh sweet pepper strips for an easy Asian dinner that’s fresher than takeout.
Homemade pizza in 20 minutes? We're not joking. Top pita bread with blue cheese, shredded chicken breast, and celery to fill a buffalo chicken pizza craving ASAP.
If you ever find yourself with surprise company, this recipe is for you. Eight ingredients and 20 minutes is all it takes to go from prep to plate. Plus, jerk seasoning and a mix of fresh produce give the dish a boost of sophisticated flavor.
Use precooked teriyaki-flavor chicken meatballs to make this dinner in a snap. A sweet pineapple sauce unites the tender meatballs, crisp vegetables, and textured rice medley.
Your weeknight dinner just got a little easier with the help of a deli-roasted chicken. Mix together penne pasta, broccoli, pesto, roasted sweet peppers, and Parmesan cheese, then top with shredded chicken. This dish is perfect if you’ve got vegetarians at the table—just leave out the meat!
Fajitas at a restaurant always look impressive. Re-create the sizzling superstar at home with only 20 minutes and a handful of ingredients. In this version, sweet pineapple, peppers, and chicken get coated in a spicy Jamaican jerk seasoning before settling down in warm flour tortillas.
Chicken with Parmesan Noodles is the perfect weeknight meal. The classic comfort food gets an upgrade from flavor-boosting pesto and bright carrots.
Here’s proof that salad for dinner doesn’t have to be boring. Pair sauteed chicken tenders with cucumber ribbons, sliced tomatoes, olives, and feta cheese. Bonus: This dish is as healthy as it is pretty.
Grilled chicken gets a boost of flavor with homemade chimichurri sauce. Just blend parsley, oil, cider vinegar, garlic, salt, and red pepper in a food processor, then drizzle over chicken.
This simple six-ingredient dish is ready for spring. Pair sauteed chicken with bacon, asparagus, and yellow summer squash.
Only six ingredients and 20 minutes stand in the way between you and sesame ginger chicken lettuce wraps. This dinner has 29 grams of protein to keep you full, and its 231 calories per serving won’t add to your waistline.
Bottled peanut sauce turns boring chicken, veggies, and pasta into a flavorful Asian-inspired dish. Crushed red pepper adds a powerful kick.
Sauteed chicken is the ultimate weeknight meal. It's so simple. Learn how to get perfectly juicy chicken every time.
Yes, you can have breaded chicken in just 20 minutes. Lightly pound out chicken breasts, brush on mustard, coat with salt, pepper, and bread crumbs, and saute. It’s that simple.
Lemon and dill give this easy dish it’s fresh flavor. Use the duo in a dressing for the orzo and as a bright garnish.
You could pay $14 for this salad in a restaurant, or you could make it at home. Mix baby spinach with cooked beets, shredded chicken, nectarines, and goat cheese. Top with a balsamic vinaigrette.