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.
Penne and a creamy cheese sauce will help convince even the pickiest of kids that veggies are great!
I like this on pasta, but I bet it would be good served over rice as well.
Chicken cooked with fresh garlic in a white wine, lemon and butter sauce with fresh thyme and topped with Monterey Jack cheese.
I have never enjoyed Chicken Parmesan as it it served at restaurants with a Marinara Sauce, so I chose to adapt my own ideas to create a truly delicious entree. I serve the breasts with spaghetti and extra Alfredo sauce. I suggest cutting the chicken breasts, as most times one chicken breast is too large of a serving for one person.
It's a party dip.
A fantastic meld of feta cheese with rice that is easy to prepare and a delight to your taste buds.
Chicken breasts are seared in a white truffle-infused extra-virgin olive oil, then simmered in a combination of high-quality pasta sauces and topped with mozzarella and fresh Parmesan cheeses.
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.
An out-of-this-world alfredo that won't sit too heavy in your stomach.
My fiancée and I went to Monterey here in California for the day, and she loved a BBQ bacon-wrapped chicken dish she had at a restaurant there. When we got home, I decided that I could make it better. She agrees, and I hope you do too.
I was told I had all the items for chicken Parmesan in the fridge. The only thing I had that was correct was the chicken. This was invented out of not wanting to go back to the store.
Parmesan and herb crusted pan fried chicken strips.
A delicious meal for two. Really easy to make.
Hot lunch at work? Yup, you can do it, and it doesn't take long. A few minutes at home, and less than a minute at the lunchroom microwave.
Guys, it doesn't get much simpler than this. Turn your leftover chicken into a gameday appetizer.
This classic dip made on the grill--cook the chicken first, then let put the rest of the dip together.
An easy chicken risotto recipe that's a great boneless chicken breast idea. Fresh mushrooms combine with spaghetti sauce to give this dish plenty of flavor. A spicy risotto thanks to red pepper flakes.
A double stack of chicken breasts will fill you up, with amazing flavor from homemade barbecue sauce.
This spicy, tasty chicken makes an easy Mexican dinner for beginning cooks.