You are not alone if you love simple chicken recipes, especially if they are delicious, healthy, and easy to prepare.
These recipes are a terrific option for dinner if you are looking for economy, and something easy to cook. Most of the dishes listed are also great if you are looking for kid friendly dinner recipes.
In general, meat cooked with the bone, and darker portions such as thighs will be more moist. I also highly recommend using a meat thermometer to assure that your poultry is cooked enough, but not too much. The USDA recommends an internal cooking temperature of 165°F.
I've organized these recipes in two ways. Below, the recipes are listed according to how you cook them. So, if you know you want to cook something in the slow cooker then you can find all of those recipes listed together.
You can also find recipes by the type of chicken you have on hand. While most recipes could be made with thighs or breasts, some recipes just work better with certain parts of the bird.
Chicken and Dumpling Casserole
Orange Glazed Chicken
Baked Parmesan Chicken
Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole
Chicken and Broccoli Strudel
Hot Chick Melts
Baked Fried Chicken
Baked Chicken Parmasana
Chicken and Stuffing Casserole
Pecan Crusted Chicken Dijonnaise
Roasted Rosemary Chicken
Sweet and Spicy Baked Chicken
Lemon Teriyaki Chicken
Chicken Pot Pie Recipe
Slow Cooker Recipes
Slow Cooker Chicken Paprikash
Slow Cooker Italian Chicken
Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings
Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry
Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken
Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken
Slow Cooker Mexicali Chicken
Slow Cooker Chicken and Sausage Chicken Cassoulet
Slow Cooker Herbed Chicken Drumsticks
Stove Top Recipes
Recipes for the Grill
Recipes Submitted by Viewers
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Thanks to viewers who have submitted these recipes:
Carmen's Potato Coated Chicken
Italian Baked Chicken
Bacon Ranch Burgers
Slow Cooker Chicken with Potatoes and Leeks
Really Quick Chicken Dish
Chicken and Broccoli Casserole
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Recipes Using Pre-Cooked Rotisserie Chicken
To make things easier, I'm also a big fan of using pre-cooked rotisserie chicken meat for recipes that call for cooked chicken. If you use these birds, I recommend taking the meat off the bone when you get home from the store, when the chicken is still warm. You will find it's much easier to seperate the meat from the skin (which I usually discard) and pull the meat off of the bone. Dicing up the meat then and storing it in the fridge or freezer will really make assembling any of the following recipes that much easier!
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If you cook any type of meat on aluminum foil, the crust can stick to the pan. I can suggest two ways to prevent this.
* Use "non-stick" aluminum foil. This is a relatively new product that seems to have a built in coating that resists sticking.
*Pour 1-2 Tablespoons of oil (I prefer using light tasting olive oil) over the foil and spread it around with your fingers prior to placing the meat on top!