There’s nothing wrong with basic baked whole chicken, but why not add an easy bit of elegance with this Orange Rosemary Chicken. It is quite easy to prepare, yet makes an impressive entree on the table.
Spatchcock Herb Orange Chicken is a funny name for an unbelievably delicious entree. (Go ahead and giggle. I giggled myself the first time I heard the term “spatchcock.”) Basically, it means to open up the chicken so that it cooks flat, which also makes it cook faster.
Tired of the same old chicken casserole? Fennel chicken and rice is just the ticket to turn those frowns upside-down. Rice cooks along with chicken and fennel seed for an incredibly easy and tasty casserole. The flavor of the fennel seeds really makes this down-home recipe pop.
Mulligan stew is a hearty dish made of whatever is on hand. It usually contains meat or poultry, potatoes, and vegetables in practically any combination you can think of. This chicken mulligan stew is a spur-of-the-moment creation made from a fridge and cupboard raid.
Saffron, orange zest, olives, and wine elevate this easy Tomato Saffron Chicken above the norm. Fancy enough for guests, but simple to make. The chicken with its sauce goes great with rice or pasta.
Marsala wine is a common ingredient in sauces for chicken, beef, and pork. Here, the sauce is enlivened by tarragon, Dijon mustard, and a touch of honey to create Tarragon Chicken Marsala.
If you love pesto, you are going to go ballistic over this flavorful pesto wine chicken with lemony sauce. Do not be discouraged by the length of the recipe. It’s really quite easy to make, even for a novice, and the result is truly gourmet. Why go to a restaurant?
Fresh, dried, or frozen figs and cherries paired with tarragon and balsamic vinegar make a perfect flavor packet for inexpensive chicken thighs and drumsticks in the oven or crockpot.