Everyone loves chicken, and you can prepare it so many ways. Serve up easy and tasty recipes tonight.
Ready in 30 Minutes
If you're craving a cheesy casserole but don't have the time to assemble and bake one, make a quick cooktop casserole with all your favorite casserole ingredients.
This sweet-and-spicy Asian-inspired dish is an impressive meal, but takes less than an hour! Serve with coleslaw for an easy
This recipe tops chicken enchiladas with a quick green chile cream sauce and colby-Jack cheese for a twist on traditional
We've concocted a simple, healthful recipe to start your season of outdoor cooking. Choose your favorite fresh herb to enhance
the flavor of grilled chicken. Remove the herb sprig before serving, or leave it as a garnish.
Flattened chicken breasts absorb tons of flavor when cooking. Lemon juice, butter, and fresh parsley finish off this tasty
dinner. Serve over warm egg noodles.
Bake this chicken coated in buttermilk to make it tender and juicy. Baby portobello mushrooms and thyme add savory flavor
to the meat and complement a simple buttermilk-mushroom sauce. Serve this delicious main-dish recipe with creamy mashed potatoes
and green beans for an easy weeknight meal.
This easy lemon chicken recipe is one of our most popular main dish chicken recipes. Pair it with crisp veggies and a side
of rice for a delicious dinner.
This award-winning recipe takes ordinary fried chicken up a notch by melting pimiento cheese inside the chicken breasts. Garnish
with freshly chopped chives and enjoy.
For a change of pace from frying, try this crunchy chicken dish. Marinate the chicken while you make the toasted peanut coating.
Once it’s in the oven, you can focus on the rest of the menu, including the fluffy rice, flavored with easy ingredients.
Online reviewers give this recipe five stars for being an easy weeknight dish. Because it's brimming with veggies in addition
to the rice, chicken, beans and cheese, it really is a one-dish meal.
Chicken thighs are economical and easily take on the flavor of seasoning blends or marinades. Serving the chicken over mashed
potatoes makes this one-dish recipe hearty and filling.
Streamline weeknight cooking with this creamy, kid-friendly dish. For an easy side prepare frozen mashed sweet potatoes according
to package directions. Then stir in fresh sage, butter, and salt and pepper to taste.
When you're in the mood for Tex-Mex, this is the dinner to make. From kitchen to table, it takes about an hour, and half of
that is hands-off baking or cooking time. I like to make a few pans of enchiladas and keep them in the freezer for this busy
Save time and energy in the kitchen by trying this simple and satisfying slow-cooker dish. Substitute an extra 1/4 cup chicken
broth in place of the wine, if you prefer.
Faster than fast food and way more delicious, these cheesy enchiladas come together in a snap. A quick spritz of vegetable
cooking spray adds extra crispness to flour tortillas as they bake.
A creamy mix of chicken, spinach, and mozzarella turns manicotti shells into an impressively easy one-dish meal.
Buttery cubes of sourdough rolls make a quick and crunchy topping for this speedy twist on chicken pot pie.
A speedy Italian classic, this tetrazzini can be made ahead for easy weeknight dinners. Freeze an unbaked casserole up to
1 month, if desired. Thaw overnight in refrigerator. Let stand 30 minutes at room temperature, and bake as directed
Stir up a superfast peanut sauce, and marinate the chicken before you head out for the day. The remaining ingredients can
be quickly put together when you get home from work.
We bet that after one taste of this rich, creamy casserole recipe, you'll be hooked. It also travels well, making it a great
choice to take to a covered-dish dinner.
For a quicker version, substitute 3 cups chili-flavored corn chips for regular, and omit spices.
Ready in less than 45 minutes, this creamy bow tie pasta recipe combines chicken, cream of mushroom soup, and cheese for a
satisfying main dish. Cooking the pasta in the same water that the chicken was cooked in gives the noodles extra flavor—and
using just one pot makes for easy cleanup.
For a complete meal ready in 30 minutes, grill corn and chicken breasts brushed with a simple mayonnaise-based spread. While
the corn and chicken cook, mix a simple oil-and-vinegar dressing with coleslaw mix. Viola, supper! Dice leftover grilled chicken,
and then combine with leftover slaw for a tasty lunch.
Make these chimichangas for a dinner your whole family will love. Top with your favorite picante sauce, salsa or guacamole.
Balsamic vinegar and fresh garlic add a punch of flavor to these skillet-cooked breasts. Easy side: Stir together 1 cup uncooked
orzo pasta, cooked according to package directions, and 1/4 cup refrigerated pesto. Sprinkle with freshly grated Parmesan
cheese, if desired.
Update your chicken pot pie with this recipe that includes buttermilk biscuits for the crust and sauteed mushrooms and baby
peas. A family-size rotisserie chicken yields the perfect amount of chopped cooked chicken for this recipe.
Deli-roasted chicken, cream of chicken soup, and canned biscuits make a quick-and-tasty version of classic chicken and dumplings.
Ready in 23 Minutes
This chicken cutlet recipe is delicious, easy, and light enough to become a regular supper for your family. For an easy side, cook 1 (11– oz.) package frozen steam-in-bag baby mixed vegetables according to package directions. Toss with 1 tsp. freshly ground garlic-pepper seasoning.
Whip up this easy one-plate-wonder complete with artichoke hearts, zucchini, and Parmesan cheese.
Dress up a bottle of raspberry vinaigrette with fresh tarragon and green onions. It's perfect drizzled over a salad of grilled
chicken, cantaloupe, blackberries, and Gorgonzola cheese.
Once you try this grilled chicken recipe with chopped macadamia, Mustard Sauce and Mango Salsa, chicken will never be the same. Juicy mango chunks mixed with cilantro, lime juice, and red onions create a Latin-inspired
topping that adds a variety of flavors to ordinary chicken breasts. You can add or substitute pineapple in the salsa if preferred.
Start with a package of cornbread mix and fresh corn kernels to make these homestyle corn cakes. Top with grilled chicken,
bacon and chopped arugula for a colorful one-dish dinner.
Spice up taco night with these quick tacos. Jazz up ordinary salsa with mango, cilantro, and hot sauce, and serve a side of
refried black beans for an easy weeknight meal.
Main-dish salads are a refreshing change for your easy weeknight meals. Try this salad full of tomatoes, cucumbers, and basil,
and serve it with seasoned ciabatta bread.
Pick up some colorful peppers from the market and smother them with chicken, cheese, cilantro, and spices for a fresh and
These chicken kabobs are marinated with rosemary, Dijon mustard, and red wine vinegar, and are paired with bell peppers, cherry
tomatoes, and mushrooms for an easy weeknight meal. Easy side: Toss 1 (5-oz.) head Bibb lettuce with 1/2 cup drained mandarin
oranges. Serve with bottled ginger dressing.
This hearty Italian entree features grilled chicken and zucchini tossed with storebought cheese tortellini, pesto, chopped
tomatoes, and Italian herb seasoning.
One easy way to kick up the flavor in a dish is to add Cajun seasoning. Here, the seasoning is sprinkled on the chicken strips
before they're sautéed and tossed into the linguine-vegetable mixture.
No pots and pans are required for this easy, no-mess Mediterranean recipe. Simply use a glass measuring cup to heat the broth
in the microwave, place dry couscous in the serving bowl, and then add the broth. Once the remaining ingredients are stirred
in, the dish is ready to serve.
This italian-inspired dish is perfect for company. But it's also speedy enough for weeknight meals. Stock your freezer with
cooked cubed chicken or turkey, and shredded cheese, and you can assemble this family-pleasing main dish in a snap.
Ready in 45 Minutes
This stovetop-to-oven method yields crisp, dark-golden skin and juicy, tender meat.
This easy kabob dish is both beautiful and delicious. You can substitute whatever veggies you have on hand for an easy supper.
Ready in 30 Minutes
Top tender grilled chicken with a fresh salsa of zucchini, bell pepper, onion and basil for a colorful one-dish meal.
Ready in 25 Minutes
In the amount of time it takes for takeout to be delivered to your door, our homemade Chicken Fried Rice will be on the table and ready to eat.
Homemade biscuits replace the traditional pastry crust in this delicious twist on a classic. These biscuits are made with
sharp Cheddar cheese, chopped bacon, and chives, making them just as tasty solo as atop this chicken pot pie.
Ready in 35 Minutes
Coconut and lime lend coastal flavor to this quick and easy chicken cutlet recipe.
Ready in 35 Minutes
Fried chicken is a dinner staple in the South. If your mouth isn't already watering, a drizzle of hot sauce might do the trick with this savory meal.
Ready in 30 Minutes
This nutty and buttery dish is your winning solution to getting dinner on the table in 30 minutes.
Ready in 26 Minutes
This dish starts with fast-cooking chicken cutlets, giving you a leg up on dinner—it's ready in 26 minutes.
Cook the pasta al dente (1 or 2 minutes shorter than package directions specify) so it holds its shape when tossed with the
vegetables and vinaigrette. Ripe for riffs, the salad is also delicious with cheese-filled tortellini.
Meat marked "family pack" is the best deal per pound. You'll buy at least 3 pounds, so cook what you need and freeze what's
Nicknamed "Anytime Chicken" by Test Kitchen Specialist Vanessa McNeil Rocchio, this winner of a chicken dinner is our new
favorite roasting-pan supper for weeknights or easy entertaining with friends.
Reinvent the Caesar by roasting the lettuce to caramelize it, and jazz up store-bought dressing to make it taste like homemade.
Dress a double batch of this light but satisfying dinner with the sesame dressing. The flavors get even better overnight in
the fridge, and leftovers make a gourmet on-the-go lunch.
A basil puree makes a quick sauce for chicken and lima beans.
Feel free to sub kid-friendly chicken strips for chicken breasts.
Toasted bread is the perfect starch to sop up the tasty pan sauce.