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Homestyle Chicken Mu Shu

Poaching and shredding boneless chicken breasts takes no time, leaving spare time to prep up the rest of the stir-fried veggies and condiments to make this classic Chinese take-out dish. Read More

Pesto Chicken Spirals

Take these basil-infused chicken slices outdoors, to eat with your fingers, dipped into creamy pesto and lemon-spiked mayo. Read More

Sweet & Tart Thai Chicken Noodles

Pad Thai is really just a stir-fried noodle dish, with a sauce that’s a balance of salty, sour, and sweet. It’s a popular street food snack in Thailand, tossed with small dried shrimp and tofu, but strips of chicken add more weight for a main dish. Look for tamarind concentrate,… Read More

Daybreak Chicken & Veggie Skillet Hash

Cook this hash until it’s golden brown and crusty on the bottom, then top with eggs for a bonus start to the day. Sub in other veggies as you’d like and maybe toss in some chopped fresh garlic with the leeks. Read More

Barley & Lentil Power Salad with Ginger Curry Chicken

This chunky salad is easy to make ahead, so it’s ready and waiting for the chicken and rich, warm coconut curry-flavored dressing. The flavors get even better if packed up and carried for a lunch away from home. Substitute sweet basil if you can’t find the Thai version. Read More

Avocado & Berry Herbal Salad with Roasted Walnuts

Filled with all things energizing and health boosting, this salad can be made for one or a family. For a light lunch add a cup of protein-rich Greek yogurt. Or top with chopped cooked chicken and maybe a sprinkle of crumbled goat or blue cheese for a heartier main dish… Read More

Farmhouse Chicken Shepherd’s Pie

Traditionally a shepherd’s pie contains leftover roasted lamb–an easy way to use leftovers in a comforting one-dish recipe. This version is updated using fresh chicken and topped with mashed golden potatoes and cauliflower—a modern nod to upping the veggie ante in a rustic home style recipe. Read More

Grilled Chicken Paillards Le Grand Aioli

If you prefer dark meat, use boneless skinless thighs that are pounded out to an even thickness so they grill quickly.  Aïoli is really nothing more than a thick, aromatic garlic mayonnaise and is the heart of midsummer celebrations of seasonal vegetables in southern France. Here the mayo is made… Read More

Brazilian Chicken Churrasco Skewers with Herbal Garlic Vinaigrette

Small skewers of meat, char-grilled on open fire braziers, are a popular street snack in Brazil. The piri-piri sauce in the marinade is a Portuguese hot chile sauce that can be found bottled, but other hot sauces can be substituted. The herbs and garlic in the aromatic vinaigrette are traditionally… Read More

Posole Chicken with Masa Dumplings

Look for corn masa flour in the baking aisle, where it usually sits next to coarser cornmeal. Masa, a finer grind of corn that is treated with lime, is used to make corn tortillas but also makes terrific dumplings. The ingredient list might look long, but most are in your… Read More

Turmeric Curry Chicken

Spoon this vibrant creamy curry sauce over sautéed chicken, partnered with steamed jasmine flavored with freshly toasted cumin seeds. If you can get them, use 4 sliced kaffir lime leaves for the grated lime peel—and if you prefer you can make the curry paste in a small food processor or… Read More

Nori Chicken Burritos

Wrapping up food to make it deliciously portable (or easily eaten out of hand) is a long-held tradition—globally. The saltiness of nori melds well with the mild flavor of poached and shredded chicken. The warm rice or cooked grains softens the crisp sheets so you can roll them up. Read More

Herbed Organic Chicken Kabobs

Grilled chicken skewers offer the ultimate meal-on-a-stick experience. But think about how long each ingredient needs to cook through—which means you may want to assemble kabobs that are all chicken and all veggie so nothing comes off the grill at the wrong time. Read More

Farmers Market Chicken Salad

During the summer growing season you can make the most of just about any fresh produce you can find—crisp radishes, sweet sugar snap peas, cherry tomatoes, or chunks of baby cucumbers will make a hearty chicken salad all the more irresistible. Read More

Swedish-Style Chicken with Creamy Dill Gravy

Meatballs in a savory herbal cream sauce are a favorite food in Sweden, as part of annual midsummer celebrations. Take advantage of seasonal fresh herbs to flavor the creamy gravy-style sauce that complements tender chunks of chicken—a quicker take on making meatballs. Serve a bowlful as part of a buffet. Read More