Here's an East-meets-West stir-fry that will soon become a
family favorite. Serve it over rice or noodles, with a simple
salad of arugula and orange sections dressed in a light
An inexpensive, quick and easy version of an Italian-inspired substitute for fried chicken.
No dish in Louisiana is more famous than gumbo. Try this delicious chicken version for a taste of New Orleans. Get the recipe from Short Order Mom here.
Have I mentioned yet how absolutely delicious this recipe is? No? Well let me mention it now: Properly sautéed chicken breasts are completely excellent, and I'm going to offer you a tutorial here for just that. You can do what you like with them when they're done: make the simple pan sauce and eat them as is, or slice them up to top a salad or pasta or to fill sandwiches or burritos. But the idea here is that it's dinnertime and what you need to make is dinner and there's no time for brining or braising or marinating. I'm showing an optional accompaniment of sautéed mushrooms because I happened to have them, they happen to go well with chicken, and they happen to be beloved by 3 out of 4 people in my household. Buttered egg noodles make a great accompaniment, since the delicious juices seep over on the plate and season them perfectly
Root vegetables are abundant in fall and winter, but they can be a little daunting: grubby and odd, and what on earth do you do with them? But roasting concentrates their sweetness, making them a natural for kids, even skeptical ones. Here, they roast below a whole chicken for an economical one-dish meal with the added benefit of soup later: just simmer the bones for a few hours with fresh carrots, onions, and celery, then strain, salt, and add a handful of pasta or rice.
The kick of fajitas with the crunch of a taco combine in these tostadas. Check out this easy and economical recipe.
Panko is a Japanese bread crumb that provides a crunchy coating like no other. Combined with Romano cheese and a thick tomato saude, the result is a divine chicken dish. A perfect recipe for special occasion dinners.
This pretty salad packs healthful cabbage with tasty oranges, peanuts, crispy noodles and grilled chicken. Try this healthy recipe the kids will love.
Try this recipe for an inexpensive, quick and easy chicken dish that uses Old World Style® Margherita Smooth Pasta Sauce.
An accidental hybrid of the tangerine and the orange, clementines earned the nickname zipper oranges because of how easily their skin comes off — just poke a finger in the top to get the peeling started. Their bright citrus flavor is a great complement to lean chicken in this quick and simple dinner recipe.