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Rich Chicken-Miso Ramen

The heart of a truly good ramen bowl is all about the broth. Simmer a cut-up chicken for at least 2 hours (or longer if you have time) on the stovetop—or give a slow-cooker or pressure cooker a spin to either allow you to leave the house or speed up… 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

Roasted Chicken Verde with Pipian Salsa

This version of a traditional Mexican chicken dish embraces ingredients grown for centuries  in the southwestern U.S. Serve with quickly sautéed vegetables that define the heart of indigenous farming—sustainable rotating crops that include corn (maize), squashes, hot chiles, and beans. Adding chicken moves this menu up the food chain, providing… 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

Oven Roasted Chicken And Veggies With Turmeric

A large half-sheet baking pan is an essential kitchen tool; fill them up with well-seasoned chicken and any combination of your favorite roasting veggies. The key to even cooking is being sure everything is cut up into similar sizes—and chicken thighs need a little longer to cook so team up… Read More

Cowboy Barbecue Chicken Grilled Cheese

Boost ooey, gooey grilled cheese into a dinner-ready main dish by adding saucy cooked chicken to the filling. Using two heavy skillets creates a homemade sandwich press, ensuring crisply golden sandwiches with fully melted cheese. A combination of cheeses is especially delicious—experiment with easy melters like Swiss, Colby, Havarti, Muenster,… Read More

Old World Transylvanian Goulash

Gulyás, or goulash, is considered the national dish of Hungary. Here we take a right turn into Romania, where at the heart of its mountainous landscape is the long-ago mysterious region of Transylvania, where a similar dish makes the most of a tangy addition of sauerkraut that’s soothed with a… Read More

Millennial Chicken Cordon Bleu

This pinwheel method for a classic cordon bleu takes a little more finessing, but is fun to serve. Cutting a pocket in the chicken fillets and filling them with ham wrapped sticks of cheese is an alternate way to stuff the breasts. Serve with sautéed asparagus and multi-color quinoa. Read More

Vietnamese Lemongrass Chicken w/ Glass Noodles

This recipe is a “have it all” taste experience. Vietnamese cuisine is known for encompassing contrasting flavors of savory-sweet-tart-salty-umami, with a final burst of freshness in the generous topping of herb leaves. Read More

Bistro Coq Au Vin

This old-fashioned wine-braised chicken is done in half the time in an electric pressure multi-cooker. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts or other favorite autumn root vegetables. Read More

Substituting Ingredients

Substituting one ingredient for another should only be done when you don’t have the necessary ingredient on hand in your kitchen. When fresh herbs are not available, substitute half of the amount of fresh herbs with dried herbs if using one tablespoon or less. Make sure the dried herbs… Read More

Keeping your Food & Kitchen Safe

Clean.  Separate.  Cook.  Chill. Following the simple steps listed here help ensure safety when handling and cooking fresh chicken. Rinsing a whole chicken or chicken pieces in cold water prior to cooking is a preferred method by most culinary experts. However, it is optional as long as the whole… Read More

Flavor Roasting

Oven-roasting warms the home, blanketing it with aromas that awaken the senses and appetites of family and friends.  The next time you roast a whole chicken, wrap your chicken in flavor using a rub and spice blend to start, then finish with an infusion of vinegar or citrus juice.  Here’s… Read More

Turning to Veggie Noodles

Lighter and full of flavor. Hello, zucchini. You look so different. Same for you squashes, beets, daikon and other garden favorites. All it takes is a few quick strokes or turns of a knife, peeler or kitchen appliance, and even the most common vegetable can be completely transformed. Suddenly, they’re standing in… Read More