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I love this recipe because it tastes like autumn in a bowl. It's creamy, comforting and delicious. Perfect for a cool fall evening.
Spatchcocking a chicken allows the meat to roast more evenly throughout. The result is incredibly consistent and superbly delicious, especially when you throw some potatoes and veggies into the picture.
This dish has all the flavors of a classic chicken cacciatore in a tender and juicy package. Plus, the side dish is made right alongside the chicken so it's an all-in-one meal.
No onions, no celery, no carrots. Just creamy, mushroom-y loveliness.
The sweet barbecue sauce complements the smoky grilled chicken while the crunchy fried onions and crisp lettuce are the perfect counterpoint to the tender, flaky biscuits.
Unlike most stews, it's a one-pan, simplified method that achieves the best bits of this classic recipe in half the time.
xtra-spicy hot wings, a better-for-you version that's roasted, not fried, and totally perfect for your next tailgate or viewing party.
You can use maple syrup instead of honey. Also, feel free to bump up the spice level by adding more sriracha.
Not only is it delicious, but it's also a great way to get kids a hearty serving of veggies.
Make sure to crisp up the chicken in the end. Add a small splash of chicken stock if you feel it has dried out too much.
This is one of my favorite soups to make because it's comfort food with a refreshing Southwestern flavor.
It’s a best seller at BIRD bakery and once you taste it, it’s easy to see why!
Not only is this recipe delicious, it calls for simple ingredients and is easy to make.
The extra crispy crust makes it so different and addictive compared to other fried chicken.
Prefect for serving over rice, rolled in sushi, sprinkled over ramen or stuffed into lettuce cups.
It's so easy to do that the only skill you'll need is being able to follow a recipe! This is an easy Sunday recipe that is guaranteed to impress your in-laws.
It tastes amazing and makes me feel like a rock star when my family and friends rave about how delicious it is!
There is no dish as nostalgic and iconic for me as a good roast chicken. Add mushrooms and you have one of my all time favorites. I always roast two chickens so I have extra leftover for meal prep for the following week.
There are two secrets to making chicken stir-fry crispy.
Heirloom garlic, though not as long-lasting as the commercial varieties at the grocery store, has a more intense flavor and cooks up sweeter.
This is a great weeknight dinner! I love the interplay of hot and cold — the crispy chicken and roasted fingerling potatoes with the slightly bitter greens and mustard vinaigrette.
Marinating the chicken in the acidic citrus marinade overnight gives the meat a ton of flavor and comes with the added benefit of ensuring that the meat stays incredibly juicy. The marinade expands your margin for error so you don't have to worry about overcooking.
These also make the perfect appetizer for summertime and barbecue season! And the leftovers are wonderful chopped and tossed over salad or in grain bowls.
Every bite of this crispy chicken is juicy and flavorful. Brining the chicken overnight gives the spices a chance to get deep into the meat.
They're so easy to make, better for you and so delicious. The green ranch dressing is also irresistible. Adding avocado gives it an attractive color and makes it even creamier.
I love this recipe because it lets you enjoy all the classic flavors of chicken Parm even if you don't have cutlets on hand. Ground chicken patties makes this delicious dish a breeze to prepare.
The herbaceous and full-flavored dressing really brightens up the dish.
The juicy chicken thighs are a great foil to the light and bright spring vegetables.
Leftover adobo chicken adds protein and flavor to crispy corn fritters. The soy-ginger dipping sauce takes them to the next level of deliciousness.
With just a little advanced prep you can serve up this Middle Eastern classic in just a few minutes. This packs such a flavor punch, and the spice blend is so versatile.
Replace a regular old crust for crispy, golden tater tots in this creamy, comforting chicken pot pie for a unique dinner the whole family will love. Technique tip: If you are making this for kids, serve the hot sauce on the side.
The juiciness of the chicken and the complexity of the flavors make this a winner anytime of year! It's funky, juicy, bright and slightly spicy. Plus, it can be eaten by itself, rolled up into tacos or served over rice — it's incredibly versatile.
A simply roasted chicken is comfort food at its very best. It takes very little effort to prepare and leftovers are even better!
I love anything with spice and a subtle hint of sweetness, for me and Carson jerk chicken masters that flavor combo. This particular recipe is easy to pull together for any summer barbecue.
This lunch favorite is just plain delicious. I love the barbecue feel you get from the tangy red stripe sauce and layers of texture from the crunchy slaw and crispy chicken.
This dish is a late-night leftover craving which is quick to put together and satisfies your appetite with a slightly salty and crispy bite of food.
Pesto can also be frozen into ice cube trays and used for single service.
the salmon provides the protein and healthy fats, sweet potatoes bring vitamins and the broccolini adds fiber. It's an easy dinner that is flavorful, simple and satisfying.
I love this recipe because its flavors instantly transport you to Southeast Asia, and it only takes minutes to make.
The miso adds flavor, the sake and mirin season the fish, and the mayo promotes the development of a beautiful browned finish on the salmon.
In this 20-minute, one-skillet dish, salmon fillets are cooked right in the full-flavored, spicy, tomato-based sauce.
This salmon recipe is quick and customize it based on what's in the fridge or freezer. Sometimes I add broccoli and peas, rotisserie chicken or pancetta.
Baking salmon with vegetable stock add loads of flavor and makes the fish incredibly moist.
Pair the grilled fish with sweet snap peas and hearty potatoes for a healthy and satiating meal.
Bright, crisp and very fresh, this lively salad contrasts tangy cabbage seasoned with sesame, with soft pieces of slow-roasted salmon. And it has a slight bite from the chile.
I love this recipe because it contains four all-star ingredients: oranges, chamomile tea, salmon and chickpeas. Plus, it's a complete meal that's filling, delicious and packed with protein, fiber and heart-healthy fats.
Baking a frittata in a low oven gives a creamy, custardy texture that's a lot silkier than the usual version
I love recreating this dish for my children because it's a quick fix and inexpensive for such a large family any night of the week and it also gives them the excitement of feeling they are eating out at a restaurant.
Cooking salmon using sous vide produces the most buttery, flavorful fish imaginable. Here, the fish is slathered with herbs before cooking, then topped with a spunky, garlicky yogurt sauce.
I love this recipe because it's quick and I know I have about three meals built into one simple preparation. I often add it to pasta, or I'll make serve it with a simple green beans or potato salad.There are plenty of things to do with leftover salmon!
Cooking fish in parchment keeps it incredibly moist and cuts down on the amount of oil you need to use
White miso adds delicate sweetness while upping the umami flavors of fresh salmon. The crunchy, caramelized broccolini is a perfect foil to the tender grilled fish.
Slowly poaching salmon in olive oil at a low temperature ensures that the fish will stay tender and won't overcook.
This salmon dinner is full of healthy fats, protein and nutrients for skin glow, good energy and a healthy gut. It's an easy, fuss free healthy meal that you will want to make every.
The quick-pickled onion, ready in minutes, adds a bright fresh flavor and a little bit of crunch.
If you can't find spicy pesto, use regular pesto and add sliced fresh jalapeños.
Removing the outer skins of the garbanzo skins is slightly tedious, but it will ensure that your beans have a nice crunch to them once sautéed. Also, use a fish spatula; it will also help you flip the salmon without it breaking apart.
Baking salmon filets in individual serving parchment packets keeps the fish moist and tender. It also makes clean up a breeze.
This method of cooking salmon ensures crisp skin and a moist medium-rare center every time. Plus, it gets infused with the intoxicating scent of lemon and dill.
The combination of avocado and salmon is deeply satisfying and full of good-for-you fats and vitamins. Here, the grilled salmon with avocado butter is finished with citrusy sumac and basil. The perfect superfoodie main dish!
If you don't want to grill outside, this dish is easy to make with a grill pan.
Fennel seeds and Aleppo pepper (also known as pul biber or Turkish red pepper flakes) spice the salmon which needs a mere 10 minutes, if that, in a hot oven.