Fresh fruit flavor shouldn't be limited to summer sides, desserts, and margaritas. Bring the sweet flavor of apricot jam to
the table in this oven-baked chicken dinner. Simmer the five-ingredient sauce for 15 minutes, then pour over chicken and bake
for an hour. Pair with mashed potatoes or a green salad, roll up your sleeves, and dig in.
Barbecue doesn't have to mean sides of green beans and potato salad. Spin the main dish Asian-style by preparing a bold marinade
with flavorful ingredients such as curry powder, lime sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar. This dish needs to marinate, so prep
the chicken thighs in the morning. Once it's marinated, the chicken cooks in about 20 minutes, and the sauce in about two
Lose the bun and move shredded barbecue chicken onto a pizza crust for a tasty fusion of Italian and Tex-Mex flavors. Smoky
Gouda cheese adds rich flavor to the tangy pie, flavored with cilantro and red onion. Start with store-bought crust to save
time on a busy weeknight.
Summer dinner guests are guaranteed to be impressed with this deceptively easy recipe, which includes a seven-ingredient rub
and a simple 15-minute sauce that comes together while the chicken grills. Serve on buns, over fresh greens, or on top of
a baked potato for a filling dinner.
Prep this recipe the night before by allowing chicken to marinate in store-bought barbecue sauce. After the meat is grilled,
load the pulled pieces into warm tortillas and top with fresh salsa and guacamole for a Mexican-inspired barbecue chicken
Move over, clubs, this stacker is sure to headline the sandwich category for the summer. This sandwich is ready to eat in
about five minutes, thanks to the use of bottled sauce and store-bought rotisserie chicken. Dress up the bottled barbecue
sauce with chili powder and pineapple preserves to add a tangy, homemade taste.
Crank up the grill and get cooking to savor this sweet-and-tangy chicken dish. The Honey Barbecue Sauce, made with Worcestershire,
lemon juice, and honey, adds bold flavor to the grilled chicken pieces. Make this on a night when you can sit on the back
porch and enjoy the grilling process.
Cook chicken breasts in a mixture of bottle barbecue sauce, Italian dressing, brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce for a sweet
and tangy barbecue chicken that’s great on a bun over even over a baked potato.