Curried Chicken SautéThis easy 5-ingredient (plus salt and pepper) chicken dish is all cooked in one skillet and takes less than 25 minutes. Curry powder and coconut milk are all you need to maximize the flavor of boneless chicken breasts and bell peppers.
Chicken and Corn Two Ways TostadaThis chicken taco cuts back on calories and sodium by using whole-grain corn tortillas instead of flour. Just top with this fun flavor combo and crunch. So healthy and delicious, you'll want two.
Chicken Thighs Piccata-StyleTraditional chicken piccata usually features boneless chicken breasts, but in this version, chicken thighs are lightly breaded and cooked in a mixture of lemon juice, broth, and capers.
Spicy Sweet-and-Sour ChickenThis home-style sweet-and-sour chicken has a lighter, fresher-tasting sauce than typical restaurant versions.
Citrus Soy Chicken DrumsticksIf you're serving this recipe to kids, replace the rice wine with ½ cup additional orange juice and a tablespoon of rice wine vinegar.
Grilled Chicken Thighs with Roasted Grape TomatoesThe chicken needs only 15 minutes in the citrusy marinade to get its tangy flavor. Roast the tomatoes while the chicken marinates so that everything will be ready right when you take the chicken off the grill.
Juicy Grilled Chicken BreastsThis grilled chicken breast recipe gets its crunchy skin yet moist, tender meat from a final toasting over direct heat. Plus, presalting the chicken breasts and grilling over indirect heat keeps them juicy.
Jerk-Style ChickenThis Caribbean-style grilled chicken is marinated in a spicy mixture of pepper, allspice, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, lime juice, and jalapeño pepper. With only 1 to 2 hours of marinating, the flavor is amazing.
Thai Chicken in Cabbage LeavesThe ground chicken filling has seasonings similar to those in larb, a popular Thai appetizer. Add sticky rice and sautéed fresh snow peas with chopped red bell pepper to complete the meal.
Chicken Breasts with Gorgonzola-Tomato SalsaJust a small amount of a strong-flavored cheese adds big flavor to a dish without adding much fat.
Chicken Thighs with Mustard-Citrus SauceSkinless, boneless chicken thighs are low in fat and high in protein and are flavored in this recipe with a rich sauce of orange juice, Worcestershire sauce, shallot and Dijon mustard.
Smoked Chicken with Roasted-Red Pepper SauceThis sautéed chicken gets its smoky flavor from the chipotle chile in adobo sauce and the roasted red peppers.
Asian Chicken and CabbageTake a shortcut and use a pre-packaged coleslaw mix to prepare the wilted cabbage. Cook the cabbage while the chicken broils for a super-quick supper.
Tandoori ChickenAlthough it's not cooked in a tandoor oven, this vibrant entrée has all the flavors of the traditional Indian dish because it's marinated overnight in a spiced yogurt mixture.
Salt-Baked ChickenAllow the chicken to stand at room temperature for an hour before cooking to create the most succulent results. This low-calorie recipe has less than 5 grams of fat per serving but the salt and soy sauce make it higher in sodium.
Grilled Herb ChickenUse an assortment of fresh herbs to add fabulous flavor to this simple grilled chicken dish. Because such a small amount of oil is needed, one serving has less than 5 grams of fat.
Grilled Split Chicken with Rosemary and GarlicOne online reviewer claims that this flavorful 5-ingredient recipe is "almost too easy". And starting with a whole chicken makes it economical as well.
Spiced Roasted ChickenIt's cheaper to start with a whole chicken and roast it yourself than to buy a rotisserie chicken from the deli. The sodium content will be lower, too.
Mediterranean Chicken With SalsaGive jarred salsa a Mediterranean flair by adding diced tomatoes, zucchini, olives, and capers.
Chinese-Style Glazed Chicken BreastsMake a quick and easy glaze using hoisin sauce and fruit spread for this simple, 5-ingredient chicken dish. Serve with steamed asparagus and quick-cooking rice.
Chicken Skewers with Mint SauceFreshen up your dinner menu by topping chicken with a tasty sauce made with fresh mint leaves, olive oil, vinegar and garlic. If you don't want to cut the chicken into cubes and cook on skewers, just serve the sauce over grilled chicken breast halves.