Grab your thickest pot for a tour on the grill or camp stove. Piping hot chicken tortilla soup will be your reward.
Flavor-packed hearty wraps with plenty of veggies and chicken. Amazing taste in every bite thanks to a spicy cilantro paste you make in the food processor. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
An easy weeknight dinner--you cook chicken, chuck it in a baking dish with tasty Mexican flavors (plus some baby spinach to get closer to those USDA eating guidelines), and 25 minutes later you've got a flavorful, piping hot plateful of food.
Pile your plate high with a steaming serving of this hearty casserole. After that first bite, you won't mind giving up time to prepare this the night before (unless you missed a no-hitter or something).
I got in from work one night and wanted something a little lighter. I had some frozen chicken breasts and fresh veggies. I added the spices at random, and it turned out really good, I thought. There were no complaints from the others either.
I like this on pasta, but I bet it would be good served over rice as well.
An elegant combination of flavors that will leave you smiling and full.
A unique twist on stuffed chicken breasts made with Johnny's(R) Garlic Spread & Seasoning, spinach and sun-dried tomatoes. I prefer using the sun-dried tomatoes that are actually dried, not the ones in oil.
This recipe is a nutritious, healthy dinner that anybody can eat. It was introduced to kids that do not eat vegetables, but once they tasted it, they wanted their vegetables. Can be served with pasta or rice.
This simple chicken alla cacciatora dish uses boneless chicken breasts and is a little different than the normal recipes, with tomatoes, bell peppers, and garlic. Serve over rice, couscous or pasta for a delicious meal.
A delicious meal for two. Really easy to make.
After a long day of eating from your ribs group, burgers group, and steak group, cool off and hit your chicken and veggie groups with this island-inspired chicken salad.
Another on your list of 365 meals that can be grilled, keeping you outside all year long and letting you turn your stove area into tool storage.
A quick summer lunch for beginning grillmasters. Uses all fresh ingredients, so it's healthy too.
A restaurant salad you don't need to be a chef to make. Simply boil, shred and mix.
Sometimes you crave the warmth of soup. But you're a busy guy. This recipe brings that warming feeling without taking an afternoon to make.
Piping hot restaurant pot pie at home. Easier than it looks, thanks to a designated hitter: prepared pie crust.
For those just starting to stir fry, this is your launch pad. Begin with this basic recipe, then add your own twists--more spice, different vegetables, different meat--whatever you prefer. Soon enough you'll be done with the local Chinese joint for good.
A flavorful sauce of shrimp and artichoke brings these chicken breasts to life. (Not literally.)
Make this restaurant classic without heating up the house. Chicken Marsala is just as good--maybe better--when it cooks on your grill in a little foil envelope.