Any bland imagery lingering from your past is behind you now looking at you, rubbery chicken breast and steamed veggie combo. Start by buying the best chicken breast you can find, then follow our tips for frying the crispiest chicken cutlets; learn the key to the juiciest grilled chicken ; or check out every other way there is to cook chicken breast yes, Instant Pot and air-fryer methods included.
Not every chicken soup needs hours on the stove. Some of the best chicken breast recipes get big flavor in less time by calling for bold ingredients—like the caramelized ginger used here. Making your own spice mix is the key to chicken cutlets with tons of nutty, floral, and tangy flavor and crunchy, seedy texture. With a double punch of acid from citrus and vinegar, and a garlicky chili oil, this salad is made for ready for big bold flavors. These bright and succulent grilled chicken breasts are perfect for wrapping in warm tortillas with spoonfuls of fresh salsa verde.
Opt for Mexican oregano , if you can get your hands on some. Proof that crispy chicken breasts are a thing: We took the crispiest-skinned chicken we ever did see from Michelin-starred restaurant Vestry , and created a simplified version perfect for whipping up at home. This aromatically spiced roasted chicken breast is cooked underneath a heavy skillet, which achieves two goals: Faster cooking and a beautifully crisp skin. This creamy chicken salad is all about the green goddess dressing.
Say goodbye to dry chicken breasts for good. This skillet chicken Kung Pao recipe will hit you in the mouth with flavor—and while we're on a chicken breast kick right now, we'll admit you could make this with chicken thighs or a combination of thighs and breasts instead. This weeknight dinner technique brings out the best a. We deconstructed every aspect of this iconic fried chicken breast dish to bring you our ideal version. With ample flavor in all the right places thanks, garlic powder!
Everything you could possibly want in a chicken dinner and then some : crispy tostadas, shredded meat smothered with a smoky, spicy tomato salsa, bacony refried beans, and a smattering of cilantro and cheese. This classic lemon-garlic chicken recipe features a buttery sauce made with white wine and capers. Serve with mashed potatoes and a crisp iceberg salad. This is not your average salad recipe. Tender poached chicken breast, crisp greens, cukes, and scallions get tossed with a gomae -inspired dressing, with pops of crunch from sesame seeds and the creamy nuttiness of tahini in every bite.
Both the Indian-inspired marinade and the seared-then-steamed cooking method have a huge flavor and texture payoff: Charred, spicy, juicy chicken. Shaoxing wine, a Chinese fermented rice wine, is the secret sauce that makes this chicken stir-fry recipe sing. This aromatic Vietnamese-inspired dish calls for pounding the chicken breasts to a uniform thinness, which eliminates any dryness.
Your search for an easy recipe for your weeknight dinner is over. A fast, flavorful paste of miso and curry powder—plus handfuls of charred green beans and peas—transforms skinless, boneless chicken breasts into a highly craveable, chicken stir fry dinner. Honey lends a sweet, caramelize-y twist to this quick curry. If you want to increase the heat, add a big pinch of cayenne pepper. Have some thick, crusty bread handy to scoop up all the extra sauce, or serve alongside a pile of rice for a low-maintenance comfort food dinner.
Consider this your intro to frying chicken at home. Baked Chicken Quesadilla. Chicken quesadillas are the easiest and most delicious meal-for-a-crowd! Made with shredded chicken, sour cream and plenty of cheese, they are always a hit. Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas. Super-flavorful, these simplified chicken breast fajitas make a simple, trusty weeknight supper.
Homemade Chicken Taquitos. Filled with taco-seasoned shredded chicken and melty mozzarella, our crispy, fried, homemade taquito recipe is deliciously party-ready. Simple Mole Chicken Enchiladas. A wildly easy, short-cut mole sauce recipe is the key to these quick chicken enchiladas. Chicken Fajitas. Chicken Fajita Burrito Bowl. This chicken fajita bowl is one of our go-to weeknight meals. At once simple, pungent, creamy and spicy—this creamy coconut chicken soup is our own riff on classic Thai Tom Kha Gai.
White Bean Chicken Soup. Tortilla Soup. Warmly spiced and satisfying, chicken tortilla soup comes together fast. Chicken and Rice Soup. Fresh dill and lots of lemon juice bring brightness and vibrancy to this classic, easy, healthy chicken and rice soup recipe.
Chicken Meatball and Vegetable Soup. Our Wholeapproved chicken meatball soup recipe is soothing, cozy and easy to make. Green Chicken Enchilada Soup. Chicken Tikka Masala Soup. Yep, we dreamt up a soup recipe built around the iconic flavors of tikka masala. African Peanut Soup. Quick and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup. The beloved sick day classic, made from scratch in no time.
Five-Ingredient Chicken Tortilla Soup. Green Chicken Chili. Salsa verde, canned white beans, and—one of our favorite flavor-giving ingredients—canned green chilis make this easy chicken soup a total breeze. Chicken Chow Mein. Stir-fried noodles, studded with chicken and veggies, our chicken chow mein recipe makes your DIY Chinese takeout dreams come true.
Kung Pow Chicken. Our Kung Pao chicken swaps in cashews for the traditional peanuts, and gets extra balance from some added veggies. Easy Orange Chicken. A healthy spin on the sweet-savory Chinese takeout favorite. Crispy Chicken Stir-Fry. A quick chicken stir-fry with blistered green beans and a garlicky sauce is perfect for a better-than-takeout weeknight dinner! No-Noodle Pad Thai. The retro classic, all gussied up for modern tastes. Curried Chicken Salad Salad. Chicken salad on top of a green salad, therefore this is a salad salad.
Thai Zoodle Salad. Tossed in a creamy, peanut dressing, this crunchy, colorful cold zoodle salad is quick, healthy and satisfying. Classic Cobb Salad. Just that! A classic Cobb, starring crispy chicken breast, bacon, avocado and all the goodies. Pesto Zoodle Salad. Tortellini Pasta Salad. Tortellini in a pasta salad?!? Yeah, it felt like kind of a revelation to us, too.
Grilled Curry Chicken Salad. A big green salad topped with a curry-spiced grilled chicken, goat cheese and a delicious punchy herb-filled vinaigrette is basically heaven on a platter. Southwest Cobb Salad. A smoky, grilled riff on classic Cobb! Slow-Cooker Butter Chicken. Put that slow-cooker to work! Almost any chicken recipe that needs a long simmer is a good fit for your slow-cooker, and butter chicken is no exception. Slow-Cooker Swimming Rama. A heaping serving of spinach topped with tender chicken and covered in a rich peanut sauce, swimming rama is a dish we return to again and again.
Instant Pot Chicken Marinara with Polenta. What more do you need to know? Slow-Cooker Chicken Pumpkin Curry. Rich with coconut milk, chicken breast, crisp veggies, and fresh pumpkin—dinner is ready, set, DONE. A colorful mix of garlic, green chilies, and red bell pepper mingles with warming cumin and chili powder for a chicken chili even the pickiest eater will adore.
Thai Chicken Pizza. We took two of our favorite takeout meals and combined them because, really, who could blame us? Chicken Teriyaki Bowl. Homemade teriyaki chicken breast sits atop a bed of steamed, seasoned rice, and creamy avocado in this healthy dinner.
Quinoa Bow l. Chicken breast, avocado and black beans make a hearty, healthy topping for our super-nutritious quinoa bowl. Santa Fe Grilled Chicken Sandwich. Homemade chili-herb mayo oozing between crisp, warm bread and pepper Jack cheese melting its way into slices of juicy chicken breast—this warm chicken breast sandwich is just the best. Print Recipe Pin Recipe.
Method In a large skillet, set over medium-high, heat the olive oil until glistening. Season the chicken breasts with 1 teaspoon salt and the pepper. Nutrition Info Per Serving Amount. Ask a Question or. Questions 2 Reviews 6 Avg: 5.
It's a hearty dinner that comes together quickly. Serve this garlic chicken and shrimp combination with hot cooked linguine or spaghetti, or try it over hot boiled rice or grits. Create a light and flavorful meal with this tarragon chicken salad recipe.
It's a delicious combination of roasted, shredded chicken breasts in a creamy homemade dressing seasoned with celery, Dijon mustard, lemon, onion, and tarragon. Serve it over salad greens or in a sandwich. In this recipe, boneless chicken breast halves are browned in the skillet then served with a great-tasting and really easy Parmesan sauce.
Serve this chicken with creamy parmesan sauce with hot cooked noodles and sliced tomatoes for a meal your family will love. This easy lemon basil chicken recipe is flavored with a simple marinade of garlic, lemon, and basil. These tasty grilled or broiled chicken breasts are great with rice, pasta, or baked potatoes. Discover how easy it is to stuff chicken breasts with this stuffed chicken Parmesan recipe. The breaded chicken is filled with mozzarella, fried in marinara sauce, and topped with mozzarella and Parmesan.
Served over a bed of pasta, it's a delicious and impressive dish. The spice rub makes blackened chicken stand out. This simple Southern recipe sears then bakes chicken breasts flavored with a mixture of black onion seed, cayenne, paprika, and more.
It's fantastic when served over spicy rice, and makes an excellent sandwich, too. Thanks to Janet for sharing this nicely seasoned Cajun chicken pasta. Serve this tasty pasta and chicken dish with fresh sliced tomatoes or a tossed salad and crusty bread.
These easy herb baked chicken breasts are flavored with a herb, lemon, and garlic marinade. The marinade could also be used for grilled or broiled chicken breasts. In this chicken and spinach bake recipe, chicken breast halves are seasoned and baked on a bed of spinach with a fresh tomato topping. Use the Creole or Cajun-style seasonings on this chicken or use your own flavor combination. The Mediterranean flavors of garlic, lemon, and oregano turn these chicken kabobs into a bright-tasting dish.
The homemade tzatziki, made of Greek yogurt, cucumbers, and dill, is the perfect dipping sauce. Change up your oven-fried chicken recipe by using crushed potato chips instead of breadcrumbs. Barbecue kettle-cooked chips are best, adding a nice hint of flavor and a great crunch.
Like a deconstructed traditional stuffed chicken cordon bleu, this recipe incorporates the cheese and ham into a sauce over pasta and tops it all with crispy, breaded chicken. These easy chicken breasts are flavored with a spicy Cajun-style rub. The chicken pieces are marinated for at least an hour, then they're broiled or grilled to perfection. This Italian style chicken is easy to make with chicken breasts, bread crumbs , Parmesan cheese, and salad dressing.
The Instant Pot produces tender, juicy chicken breasts every time, easily answering the age-old question, "What's for dinner? Tender chicken breasts are combined with bell pepper, onion, and juicy pineapple for a quick and easy stir fry.
The sweet and salty sauce adds lots of flavor. Serve with white rice. These basic fried chicken breasts are easy to prepare and use basic everyday ingredients. Serve this delicious chicken with mashed potatoes and your favorite side dish or salads.
For an easy Italian main dish, top chicken breasts with pesto, tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese. It's a crowd-pleasing dish that tastes great served with pasta or crusty bread. This well-seasoned chicken and mushrooms recipe is made with condensed soup, fresh mushrooms, and seasonings. Serve this tasty dish with rice or noodles for a great everyday meal. Tender chicken and roasted veggies are combined with pasta for a nutritious one-dish meal.
Swap the veggies out for your favorites or what is in season and use good quality ball mozzarella. This version of creamy chicken marsala uses boneless chicken breast halves, fresh mushrooms, marsala wine, and cream. This is a delicious dish to serve with rice or pasta, along with sliced tomatoes or a tossed salad. This simple, flavorful recipe for buttermilk chicken is delicious.
The dish is quick and easy to prepare and bake, and it makes a fabulous family meal. This is a flavorful chicken with broccoli and pasta with a touch of basil and sour cream sauce. Diced cooked chicken breast is combined with broccoli, a creamy sauce, Parmesan, basil, and pasta.
Fresh lime juice, garlic, and cilantro flavor these roasted chicken breasts. Enjoy this roasted lime and cilantro chicken breasts dish with your favorite rice dish or potatoes and a tossed green salad. This easy chicken breasts with mozzarella cheese make a great meal with a salad or fresh sliced vegetables and potatoes.
It's an easy dish to prepare and takes just minutes to cook. A tangy sauce highlights this easy, great-tasting sweet and sour chicken breasts dish. This chicken dish is made in just minutes in the skillet, and you probably have most of the ingredients on hand. Serve this sweet and sour chicken with hot cooked rice or your favorite Asian-style noodle dish. This spicy Cajun chicken and pasta skillet dish is quick and easy to prepare and it's loaded with great flavor.
It's made with diced cooked chicken, spicy Cajun seasonings and cayenne pepper, tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, and a variety of chopped vegetables. Use fusilli, rotini, or similar pasta in this easy recipe. These spicy fried chicken strips are great too for an everyday meal or make them for tailgating, weekend game gatherings, or picnics. The impressive-looking results of stuffed chicken breasts belie the ease of preparation. You can stuff them up to a day ahead, keep refrigerated, and then simply cook and serve.
Variations: Blue cheese is a classic stuffed chicken breast choice. When it's warmed, blue cheese turns fudgy and rich. Try it in Spinach and Blue Cheese Chicken. Goat cheese is a milder alternative to the pungent blue. It's especially tasty in Bacon and Goat Cheese Chicken. If you like feta cheese, try Mediterranean Chicken. We've partnered this salty, crumbly cheese with briny olives, fresh tomatoes, and extra-virgin olive oil.
This simple pan-seared chicken dinner comes together in just 20 minutes. Five-spice powder packs some serious aromatic punch; it's all you need to season the chicken breasts here. You can sub broccoli florets or chopped kale for the green beans. When it's cooked, couscous is fluffy but still chewy and firm.
It's great for a simple side, an easy salad, or even stuffed in vegetables. In this Mediterranean-inspired chicken dish, create a mixture of couscous, feta cheese, kalamata olives, fresh herbs, and minced garlic. If you have leftover quinoa, bulgur, or farro, you can use them instead of the couscous.
As a bonus, they're whole grain where couscous isn't. Pan-frying is an easy way to get crispy crusts on chicken breasts and tenders without unhealthy frying. You can use almost any combination of ingredients for pan-fried chicken. Keep this simple strategy in mind: Dip chicken in buttermilk to add a tangy flavor, and coat it with flour and nuts or other tasty breading ingredients.
Then pan-fry it in a sensible amount of heart-healthy oil to create a crisp exterior. Kids love the sweetness that the coconut adds to the coating of these Coconut Chicken Fingers. And, if your kids are allergic to wheat flour, note that this recipe uses rice flour instead. Variations: If you like the woodsy flavor of pecans, try breading chicken tenders in ground pecans for this Pecan Chicken.
If you have a bit of extra oatmeal but not enough for a bowl at breakfast, grind the oats and use them for Oatmeal-Crusted Chicken. Turn this traditional appetizer into a main course by grilling the chicken breasts whole instead of skewering and spooning the sauce right on top instead of dipping.
Combine with canola mayo for a burger spread, add to a Bloody Mary, or combine with canola oil and fresh lime juice for a fantastic shrimp marinade. Marinating chicken breasts for four hours in a classic combination of buttermilk, egg, onion powder, and a hint of red pepper yields tender, flavorful results.
This classic breaded chicken recipe creates a very versatile chicken dish. Feel free to eat straight from the pan—a simple dipping sauce is all you need—or use it as the base of something a bit more interesting, like our Chicken BLT Salad. Ground red pepper provides a hit of spice to the chicken, but if you want something a bit different, smoked paprika would be a good substitute. We really like ground chipotle peppers, too. Larb, the popular Thai salad of highly seasoned ground meat and herbs, offers cooks who like to go big a real opportunity to do so.
In this great introductory recipe, combine skinless, boneless chicken breast halves in the food processor with pungent ingredients like garlic, spicy peppers, or curry paste. Variations: You can substitute ground chicken breast for ground beef in some of your favorites dishes, like these Chicken Tacos. This Chicken Meat Loaf is also a clever way to try ground chicken if you've never had it, but because chicken is so lean, you'll need to boost flavor with big flavor ingredients like yellow mustard and ketchup.
Ground chicken is a lighter, leaner alternative to ground beef. We especially like combining it with herbs and spices and forming patties as a quick healthier option if you're looking for a lighter hamburger-style meal. You can serve chicken patties in the place of a hamburger or chicken breast in classic sandwiches. Make smaller patties, and you can use them as sliders, which are perfect for little eaters. Or skip the bread entirely and pair these Greek chicken patties with a creamy Tzatziki-style sauce and serve with sliced tomatoes, lettuce leaves, and sliced feta cheese for a quick weeknight-friendly meal.
Give beef a rest and try chicken for burgers instead. Simply combine chicken breasts, capers, shallots, salt, and pepper in a food processor, shape into patties, and cook in a grill pan. If you need to speed up your weeknight cooking, make these patties in advance. Line a cookie sheet with freezer paper, arrange uncooked patties in a single layer on the pan, and freeze until firm.
Wrap each frozen burger in freezer paper or aluminum, and store until you need them. Like beef burgers, take out as many as you need, thaw in the fridge overnight or while you're at work, and you'll be able to have a simple sandwich in just minutes when you get home.
Crispy on the outside, tender-juicy on the inside, this minute chicken is the ultimate weeknight dish. Pan searing is a wonderful technique that gives you the deliciously crisp crust with hardly any effort. Simply sprinkle cumin, salt and pepper evenly over both sides of the chicken, add to oil-coated skillet over medium-high heat, and cook for just four minutes on each side.
Pair with a simple side salad, or slaw, and drizzle with an herbaceous sauce to bring a flavorful meal to the table with ease. Make a throwback favorite the whole family will love. This old-school mac-and-cheese recipe gets a fresh upgrade when made with delicious chicken-based chili.
The kick of spice from chili powder, fire-roasted tomatoes, and diced green chiles will wake up and shake up your idea of classic macaroni and cheese. It's a welcomed change for healthy cooks looking for a bit of comfort food without blowing their calorie budget.
Instead of piling on the cheese and melting it, we create a simple flour-milk-cheese mixture that is ultra creamy without being ultra heavy on the fat, sodium, and calories. Chicken and dumplings are notoriously time-consuming, but the end result is very much worth the effort. However, if you're a time-crunched cook who craves the comforting pleasures of this classic dish, this recipe is for you. In just under 45 minutes, you can turn the quintessential ingredients for chicken and dumplings—celery, carrots, onion, garlic, chicken, and herbs—into a weeknight dinner favorite.
Pillowy dumplings flecked with fragrant fresh herbs cook drop-style in the stock mixture. This recipe is also a great way to use up leftover chicken or Thanksgiving turkey if you have it. This homey and healthy chicken potpie boasts a creamy, savory sauce you'll want to lick from the pan. It's a flavor experience that often relies on several hours of slow cooking, but we've sped it up with a few shortcuts that still deliver on flavor satisfaction.
For example, refrigerated pie crust dough is used in place of homemade dough. Potpie is a great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey, and that'll shave a few minutes off your cook time, too. Just skip step 2, add chicken to a warmed Dutch oven, and start the recipe at step 3. Thickening the sauce in the pan before the pie goes into the oven results in a luscious sauce that's begging for a swipe with crusty bread. Chicken lettuce wraps are an adventurous way to introduce new flavors and cuisines to your table of eaters.
They're a lot like tacos—handheld and highly customizable—and often very fast to prepare. For this Korean-inspired version, we let chicken marinate in big-flavor ingredients—gochujang, sesame oil, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Think of gochujang as Korean steak sauce, adding savory depth to the chicken.
Restaurant chicken satay just can't compete with our lighter and more flavorful version. Light coconut milk, lime juice, brown sugar, fish sauce, fresh ginger, and curry powder combine for a potent and highly flavorful marinade for the chicken pieces. The real magic is with the almond butter dipping sauce though.
It's luxuriously creamy with a kick of garlicky heat from the Sriracha. Munch on cucumber slices to cool of your palate between dips in the sauce. To speed up prep time, add the chicken to the marinade and make the dipping sauce before you leave for work in the morning. You'll only need to skewer the chicken and grill when you get home. Miso is a thick, fermented soybean paste.
It comes in several versions; the most common, shiro miso, is also the mildest and sweetest. You may see it called yellow or white miso at the supermarket. If you're feeling adventurous, opt for "red miso. Small bits of Japanese miso add worlds of flavor to every type of dish, from soups to stir-fries. In this grilled chicken dish, the miso vinaigrette doubles as a sauce for the noodles and a glaze before the chicken hits the grill. The noodle mixture and the chicken can be made a couple of days ahead, and the cooked dish makes great leftovers.
This superfast stir-fry is overflowing with traditional Asian spices and comes together in under 20 minutes. If you don't have or can't find oyster sauce, clam juice or fish sauce will work in its place. Or spoon the chicken mixture over a bed of brown rice. That will be equally savory and likely save you one ingredient at the supermarket. If you like heat, top your stir-fry with a bit more sambal oelek, a hot sauce made with red chiles, garlic, ginger, fish sauce, and sugar.
Craving a rice bowl from your favorite Chinese restaurant but can't spare the calories? This citrus-infused chicken teriyaki bowl tastes like takeout but comes in under calories, and it's ready in less than an hour! You've got chicken, broccolini, and rice. It's a full meal in one bowl. What more could you ask for?! Green beans and asparagus are smart substitutes for the broccolini if you can't find it. Top with a little Sriracha or sambal oelek for a flavor-filled kick of heat. If you'll have leftovers, save the remaining soy sauce mixture and drizzle it on just before you eat the warmed dish.
Calling all garlic lovers! Classic chicken alfredo gets a tasty twist when mixed with homemade roasted garlic. Roasting a whole garlic head requires about an hour of your time, but the flavor results are significant. We've cut the cheese entirely because the roasted garlic creates a luscious sauce when combined with a quick butter-flour roux. This lighter alfredo recipe is certainly company worthy, but you can speed up the cook time for weeknights by roasting the garlic and squeezing the pulp from the head on the weekend.
Serve with a simple side salad, or if the oven is still hot after you cooked the garlic, roast a few vegetables for an easy-as-could-be side. Robust Italian flavors—piney rosemary, peppery pancetta, zingy lemon—make homey chicken breasts sing in this classic Italian chicken dish. If you want to save time at dinner, marinate the chicken breasts before you leave for work. Frozen artichoke hearts are much easier and more time friendly than breaking down whole artichokes, but if you have the fresh variety and want to use them in this dish, feel free.
They'll be a bit more firm than the frozen artichokes. Serve these juicy chicken breasts with whole-wheat orzo or fettuccine to sop up the rich sauce. Chicken and rice is a classic weeknight staple. Whole grains like quinoa, bulgur, and farro are healthier alternatives to regular white rice. In this dish, nutty farro retains a pleasant chewiness as it absorbs the flavorful stock.
Porcini mushrooms and Parmesan cheese are two big sources of satisfying umami. If you have any leftover kale after you use it in this dish, make a simple kale salad side. Let it sit so the leaves soften while the chicken cooks. We like how the marinade really only needs 30 minutes to flavor the chicken, but if you want to speed up prep, you can marinate the chicken overnight in a zip-top plastic bag.
Stuffed chicken may very well be the entertaining cook's best friend. It appears complicated and fussy, but really it's very simple to execute. Your guests will never know that you didn't need to use complicated string to hold your chicken together; toothpicks are suited for the job.
In this classic stuffed chicken recipe, turkey sausage doesn't overpower the chicken, and we really like it with the combination of fennel seeds and mild provolone cheese. Guests will appreciate how flavorful it is; you'll appreciate that it's done in under 45 minutes. Fast, zingy Mexican flavors run bold in these quick shredded chicken tacos.
Don't be fooled by the fruity salsa. It's easy to cut back though. We call for a tablespoon, so reduce it if you don't like the spicy salsa to leave your tongue tingling. Removing all the seeds before you mince the pepper will help reduce the kick, too. Look for crema, the Mexican version of sour cream, in Mexican markets or the international aisle of most supermarkets.
This fast chicken dinner, which is ready in just 30 minutes, is a great way to use ingredients you might have in your fridge and pantry. Fresh avocado, cilantro, onion, and lime juice—often left after a taco night—come together to create this irresistible, Mexican-inspired spicy chicken dish.
Because you'll mash up the avocado into a guacamole sauce, this is a good use for overripe avocados. They're often too mushy for anything other than guac or an avocado spread, so put them to good use here. Serve the chicken over seasoned brown rice or on a bed of fluffy quinoa.
Mexican pork chorizo is a smoky sausage that boosts the flavor of lean chicken breast. In this fast Mexican-inspired chicken dish, we add chorizo, quickly seared, to a fresh tomato salsa for a little extra heat. Chicken breast halves cook in the chorizo drippings for even more flavor. If you can't find chorizo, look for spicy turkey sausage instead.
Queso fresco is a crumbly salty Mexican cheese that doesn't melt easily. If you want stringy melted cheese instead, opt for Monterey Jack. Shred it on top of the chicken before serving. The quesadilla is a time-crunched cook's go-to. They're fast, easy, and almost effortless. They are also really handy for using up ingredients you might have on hand.
Combine a protein, cheese, and some veggies for many different combinations. In this lightener chicken quesadilla recipe, a gentle poach keeps the chicken breast moist and tender, so it's easy to pull apart before you arrange your quesadilla. Poblano peppers have a warm bite to them. The lime in the yogurt mixture will intensify over time—combine just before serving. Make your next family dinner a fiesta!
Forget dry chicken with our Juicy Oven Baked Chicken Breast Recipe! Tender and full flavoured boneless chicken breasts cook perfectly! Find easy, healthy, tasty chicken breast recipes using bone-in or boneless, skinless breasts, from chicken piccata to Thai chicken and chicken fajitas. We've rounded up our 60 best chicken breast recipes, all of which are pretty easy, and super delicious. Let's dive in!