This classic French dish is typically made with a whole chicken that's cut into quarters and simmered in a red wine-vegetable
mixture for well over an hour. This one starts with chicken pieces that are already cut up, and it simmers for about 25 minutes.
Flour tortilla strips are the surprise ingredient in this shortcut version of chicken and dumplings and take the place of
biscuit-dough dumplings. Rotisserie chicken, pre-chopped onion, and frozen vegetables all help simplify this traditional dish.
You can't go wrong with this simple and classic chicken recipe. There are only 4 ingredients and the prep time is less than
5 minutes. While it's in the oven roasting, you can read a magazine and enjoy a glass of wine.
If you can't find chicken cutlets, use 4-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breast halves and pound them to a 1/4-inch thickness.
The thin pieces of chicken will cook in about 4 to 6 minutes. Because this chicken is topped with both spinach and pasta,
you've got your whole meal ready in 45 minutes.
Enjoy crispy fried chicken in only 20 minutes by dredging boned, skinned chicken breasts in a self-rising flour-breadcrumb
mixture and pan-frying in a large skillet. Add refrigerated mashed potatoes and a tossed green salad, and you've got dinner
on the table.
Save time by warming flour tortillas in the microwave before filling them with the chicken mixture. Then when you put them
in the casserole dish and top with sauce and cheese, you only have to broil for about 4 minutes.
The key to shortcut chicken salad is using chopped rotisserie chicken or leftover chicken. This fresh and easy favorite features
the bright spiciness of curry and the sweetness of grapes, currants, apple, and pineapple.