A six spice blend flavors tasty chicken tenders. Broiled, not fried, so it's a little bit healthier.
Marinated chicken breasts hot off the grill are topped with a tangy hot sauce made from scratch that’s sure to impress. Grill up zucchini or tomatoes to go with it and call it dinner!
A soak in pineapple juice spiced up with Asian flavors gives these chicken breasts a sweet and tangy kick. They cook up fast on skewers.
Master the art of the stir-fry, beginning with this crunchy, sweet classic.
Spicy, healthy and filling, this chicken main course feeds the family without skimping on flavor.
Flavorful chicken that cooks quickly on the grill. You'll use wine for this marinade, but have plenty left over for dinner.
The cool taste of tequila helps cool you down on hot summer days. And when you're ready to eat, you can use it as a chicken bath in this simple Mexican recipe.
The best things about summer all in one simple salad: Fresh fruits, fresh veggies, and grilling.
This is a sweeter chicken marinade, with lightly acidic elements from the wine and lime juice. Then, right before grilling, you'll add savory spices to the meat for a balanced bite.
Use the same sweet flavors of your favorite Mexican summer cocktail to add zip to chicken breasts--even in the dead of winter, since this recipe uses an indoor dual-contact grill.
Make these indoor grilled chicken breasts island-style with pineapple juice and soy sauce. Inspired by Michael's "Grilled Skewered Hawaiian Chicken Breasts."
A cool, filling fruit salad that's perfect for summer cookouts, or as a light lunch for work.
Why pick just one meat for your kebabs? Double the meatiness with this simple chicken and sausage kebab recipe.
Baked chicken marinated with balsamic vinegar and stuffed with apples, raisins, and crushed pecans.
Teriyaki-flavored chicken and grilled veggies for fajitas. Or, if you're going low-carb, simply eat this on its own.
This chicken salad will fit well with your high-protein diet...and your schedule. Once you marinate and prep, cooking time is just 10 minutes.
Honey brings the sweet. Horseradish brings the spicy. Together they turn your average chicken breast into an explosive taste party.
Marinate chicken breasts in this powerfully sweet and spicy ingredient combo, then cook them in record time on a dual-contact indoor grill.