And, by the emails that I get requesting recipes for using boneless, skinless chicken breast, it sounds like this might be a recipe that you would like as well.This easy and attractive meal is bound to become a staple in your home.
The satisfying chili is great for football games or potluck dinners. —Katti Scott, Manteo, North Carolina.
This bacon wrapped stuffed chicken breast is the solution to the dry meat issue.Their famous dish inspired me to create my own but with the added convenience of using the slow cooker.This is an excellent entree for your family or guests. —Jane Carlovsky, Sebring, Florida.For ages, home cooks have been making their own tweaks on the traditional recipe.Fresh, homemade salsa instantly kicks grilled chicken up a notch.Our fun, simple chicken taco recipe is perfect for a relaxing dinner with friends.
If we have any leftover filling, I toss it into a garden-fresh taco salad. —Tracy Gunter, Boise, Idaho.Ingredients: chicken breast, onion, carrot, leek, coconut oil, salt, pepper, coconut dijon sauce.
Chicken curry with apricots has all the delicious flavors we love to enjoy. —Katie Schultz, Temple, Georgia.This heartwarming dish is something I threw together years ago for my oldest daughter.After seeing a recipe for a slow cooker chicken potpie, I knew I had to try it.All you need for this oil-free chicken-breast dinner in just 20 minutes are red bell peppers, fresh ginger, roasted cashews -- and a microwave-safe dish.The jalapeno adds just enough heat to notice but not too much for my children. —Kristine Bowles, Albuquerque, New Mexico.Chicken is super versatile and can be cooked in so many different ways, which makes it the perfect meat to serve with dinner.My little guys love helping measure seasonings. —Karie Houghton, Lynnwood, Washington.
Toppings like avocado, sour cream and tortilla strips are a must. —Heather Sewell, Harrisonville, Missouri.Get dinner on the table in 30 minutes with this fresh, flavorful chicken saute that relies on.Share it with the family, or take it to potlucks and watch it disappear. —Deborah Posey, Virginia Beach, Virginia.Leftovers are great over salad greens or wrapped up in a tortilla as a burrito. — Lori Terry, Chicago, Illinois.Break out the slow cooker and start the week off on an easy note with this all-in-one recipe.There are many ways you can cook chicken breasts: Stuff it and bake it, grill it, pan sear, saut, stir fry, steam or use it in a rich curry.
The taste of zesty lime, crunchy noodles, and perfectly poached chicken make this Asian chicken salad an obvious choice for an easy weeknight dinner.This satisfying veggie soup hits the spot at lunch or dinner.Or cut the chicken breasts in half and make sliders. —Bonnie Hawkins, Elkhorn, Wisconsin.