Prepare chicken breasts scallopini-style by pounding them into thin, quick-cooking servings, then dredge in lemon juice and
breadcrumbs and sauté for about 3 minutes on each side. The white wine sauce with capers complements the flavor of the lemon
juice, and makes a great topping for wild rice.
A vibrant six-ingredient pan sauce performs double-duty as a marinade and a vinaigrette in this quick-cooking recipe. The
chicken cooks in minutes, and because it's served on top of a salad, there's no real need for side dishes. Just grab a few
breadsticks and a glass of tea and enjoy.
Serve this flavorful dish in a bowl or wrap in a tortilla for festive Mexican flair. The simple homemade salsa adds spicy
flavor and a healthy dose of corn and black beans. This recipe serves one, making it perfect for busy weeknights, and easily
scales for two or four servings.
Serve this one-pan dish in less than 20 minutes. The rich maple syrup and Dijon mustard sauce is flavored with fresh dill
and orange rind, the perfect combination to spice up a basic scallopini-style chicken dinner.
Bring the flavor and ease of cooking outdoors into the kitchen with simple chicken skewers infused with the bright flavors
of fresh lemon juice, apricot jam, and dried herbs. They broil in about 10 minutes, just long enough to steam a green veggie
and microwave quick-cooking rice.
Make this Szechuan restaurant classic in just 30 minutes. The chicken, cut into uniform strips, browns quickly and absorbs
the flavor of the zesty hoisin sauce. Serve with quick-cooking white or brown rice.
Bake a hearty chicken dinner with over-the-top flavor in less than 30 minutes. Smoky prosciutto, paired with mozzarella and
Parmigiano-Reggiano cheeses, spices up scallopini-style chicken breasts. Steam a side of broccoli and call the family to the
table for an impressive dinner.
Go ahead, invite last-minute company over on a weeknight. This saucy chicken dish with sweet vermouth, fresh tarragon, and
dried cranberries, is impressively quick and delicious. Brown the chicken in a skillet, then bake in the oven until done.
While the chicken bakes, quickly make the fragrant vermouth sauce and let it simmer while you open a bottle of wine or toss
a simple salad.
Cut chicken breasts into strips and pan-fry for a crispy, low-fat version of fried chicken tenders. A simple, six-ingredient
dip, flavored with blue cheese, garlic, and red wine, accents the peppery buttermilk batter on the strips. Serve with a side
of extra veggies for dipping, and you'll have dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes.
Brown chicken breasts in a skillet, then make a tangy Asian-style sauce with soy sauce, sherry vinegar, red pepper flakes
and green onions in the same skillet for a flavorful one-dish chicken entree. Serve with bagged salad greens and quick-cooking
Fresh and colorful, this main dish chicken salad get its Asian-style flavor from fresh ginger, soy sauce, rice vinegar, and
chili paste. Almonds add crunch and orange sections add sweetness for a well-rounded meal.
This chicken shawarma is a Middle Eastern version of a gyro and features thin slices of chicken mixed with yogurt and wrapped
in pita bread spread with tahini. The sandwiches are then topped with fresh cucumber, tomato and onion for an easy 20-minute
Chicken Salad with Peaches, Goat Cheese, and Pecans
Fresh peaches and goat cheese headline this simple no-cook salad recipe. The 8-ingredient vinaigrette, made with pantry staples,
takes minutes to make and is a delicious complement to the other ingredients in the salad. Use a store-bought rotisserie chicken
to save time.