Quicken your chicken with these dishes that require only about 20 minutes to prepare.
Want to shave off a few more precious minutes from this superfast recipe? Skip the step of broiling the tortillas and you'll
end up with equally tasty soft tacos. Have more time? Pair these light and crispy tostadas with our fresh Mexican soup for a festive meal that's worthy of guests.
View Recipe: Chicken and Summer Vegetable Tostadas
This quick and easy chow mein recipe is just as tasty as take-out, but better for you. Look for chow mein noodles (sometimes
labeled as chuka soba) in the Asian section of the supermarket. If you can't find them, you can always substitute spaghetti
View Recipe: Chicken-Peanut Chow Mein
Try not to skimp on the real maple syrup―this quality ingredient is worth the splurge. Grated orange rind and fresh dill add
dimension to a sauce you'll want to savor. Serve orange-scented couscous to make it go farther.
View Recipe: Pan-Roasted Chicken Cutlets with Maple-Mustard Dill Sauce
Mix. Toss. Broil. Brush. That's it for this super simple, 5-star recipe. Skinless, boneless thighs are more flavorful than
skinless chicken breasts, so they need less embellishment. Bought more thighs than you need? Put them to use in another one
of our favorite recipes― Margarita-Braised Chicken Thighs.
View Recipe: Spicy Honey-Brushed Chicken Thighs
Select your favorite varieties of olives from the supermarket olive bar to make the relish without leftovers.
View Recipe: Pan-Seared Chicken with Tomato-Olive Relish
We love the high-impact flavors in this recipe. The vibrant, colorful relish will not only look divine when plated atop grilled
chicken thighs, but will taste just as amazing.
View Recipe: Grilled Chicken Thighs with Pineapple, Corn, and Bell Pepper Relish
Chicken receives a flavor kick with a medley of herbs in this satisfying dish. Orzo dressed with parsley makes for a refreshing
View Recipe: Herb-Crusted Chicken and Parsley Orzo
Didn't think pulled chicken was possible in less than 20 minutes? You'll become a believer once you try your first bite of
this delicious sweet and savory sandwich. For a less sweet option, use sliced dill pickles.
View Recipe: Barbecue Pulled Chicken Sliders
Chicken cutlets can range in size from about 2 ounces each to close to 5 or 6 ounces each. For this dish, we chose the smaller
View Recipe: Maple-Glazed Chicken with Apple Brussels-Sprout Slaw
Lemon rind gives the orzo floral, muted citrus notes, a nice companion to the zingy sauce. Salty capers bring another layer
of flavor without being overbearing.
View Recipe: Chicken Piccata with Orzo
This is no run-of-the-mill chicken salad. Cucumber gives this salad a cool crunch, while sliced radishes and cilantro add
a distinctly different flavor. Try it for a light dinner, and save the leftovers for tomorrow's lunch.
View Recipe: Chicken, Carrot, and Cucumber Salad
Tangy tomatillos join buttery avocados and peppery radishes in an unusual salsa that transforms an ordinary chicken breast
into something special.
View Recipe: Seared Chicken with Tomatillo-Avocado Salsa
Turkey sausage, turmeric, and manzanilla olives add depth and interest to this simple one-dish meal. Feeling indulgent? Substitute
crushed saffron threads for the turmeric.
View Recipe: One-Dish Chicken and Kielbasa Rice
A little heat turns a sandwich into a meal. This panini combines the sweet and savory flavors of fig jam and crumbled blue
cheese for a special treat. Don't have a sandwich press? No problem―it's easy to improvise. Just place the sandwich in a regular
nonstick skillet and press it under the weight of a cast-iron skillet or a regular skillet weighted down with cans.
View Recipe: Chicken Panini with Fig Jam
Creamy avocado is the standout ingredient in a Cobb salad. Full of nutrients and monounsaturated fat, it's a nutrition star
as well. Pair this salad with a soup or sandwich for an enjoyable meal.
View Recipe: Chicken Cobb Salad
A creamy yogurt sauce creates a cool complement to the blend of Indian spices that flavor this chicken dish. Serve with couscous
or fragrant basmati rice.
View Recipe: Spiced Chicken Thighs with Yogurt Sauce
Typically made with grilled lamb, this Greek dish works well with poultry, too. Pre-cooked chicken saves prep time in this
recipe. Complement the dish with store-bought hummus and tabbouleh or try our home-made versions: Spicy Orange Hummus and Quinoa Tabbouleh.
View Recipe: Chicken Souvlaki
Smoked paprika, green olives, prosciutto, and diced chiles marry into a richly spicy sauce that you'll want more of, so pair
this with saffron rice to soak it all up.
View Recipe: Spicy Basque-Style Chicken
This superfast salad gets a boost from luscious pomegranate, which is packed with vitamin C and potassium. Sprinkle on other
seasonal fruits for an additional nutrient boost. With just 6.7 grams of fat and 42.2 grams of protein per serving, you'll
want to make this recipe a staple.
View Recipe: Spiced Chicken and Greens with Pomegranate Dressing
This exotic spin on the ordinary boneless, skinless chicken breast earned top ratings from our readers. Sweet-tart dried fruit
and salty olives combine for a sweet and savory flavor profile characteristic of North African cuisine. Serve with creamy
pearls of jumbo-sized Israeli couscous.
View Recipe: Moroccan Chicken with Fruit and Olive Topping
Sicilian cuisine is among the healthiest in the world. The flavors of this blue zone inspired a dish that uses many pantry
staples for a tasty and effortless dinner with just 304 calories and 6.8 grams of fat per serving.
View Recipe: Sicilian Chicken
If you don't have pitas on hand, substitute whole-grain bread for this interesting chicken salad. Pineapple adds a hint of
sweetness, while matchstick carrots and slivered almonds add texture and crunch. The recipe calls for canned pineapple, but
works equally well with fresh if you've got the time.
View Recipe: Pineapple Chicken Salad Pitas
Healthful convenience ingredients such as frozen vegetables and canned tomatoes make this a great weeknight staple to add
to your repertoire. For a filling meal, serve over rice.
View Recipe: Creole Chicken and Vegetables
Seasonal flavors abound in this twist on a family-favorite.
View Recipe: Cider-Glazed Chicken with Browned Butter-Pecan Rice
This elegant Thai dish is impressive enough to serve company, but your guests never need to know you didn't spend hours in
the kitchen. Serve with a fresh Thai salad for a meal that's long on flavor and short on fat.
View Recipe: Thai Chicken Sauté
Opt for an inexpensive, full-flavored domestic beer, like Blue Moon wheat ale.
View Recipe: Chicken with Honey-Beer Sauce
Quick and easy-to-make in just three simple steps, this chicken recipe will soon become a weeknight, family favorite.
View Recipe: Raspberry-Chipotle Chicken Breasts with Cucumber Salad
If you don't have white wine vinegar on hand, substitute red wine vinegar or champagne vinegar.
View Recipe: Chicken, Arugula, and Radish Pizza
If you can't find precooked quinoa and brown rice together, substitute a package of precooked brown rice.
View Recipe: Chicken Salad with Orange-Pistachio Vinaigrette
For a touch more sweetness, substitute halved grapes for the apple. You can also chop the apple and add it to the salad mixture.
View Recipe: Chicken Salad Melts