Top Rated Chicken Recipes

This quick dinner is perfect for a weeknight meal.
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chicken mushroom stew
One of the most delicious homefood dishes in Dongbei cuisine. It is a typical dish of Liaoning province, where it is eaten during the long and harshly cold winter.This recipe is courtesy of wordpress.com
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Fried Chicken
This is an outstanding recipe. When I found this I decided I didn't need to look for the perfect fried chicken recipe any more — I already had it. — PanNan This recipe is courtesy of PanNan via Food.com.
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A spiced-up version of your classic chicken salad.
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This isn't your conventional chicken casserole recipe that calls for a can of mushroom soup. Instead, I use a can of Marie Callender's chicken pot pie soup, which already has a lot of chicken and veggies included. If you like a lot of chicken or veggies in your casserole, you should add more than what this recipe calls for.  This is a quick, easy to make meal that is great for the family.
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Paleo-friendly and gluten-free, these crispy smoked chicken wings are incredibly simple — just one ingredient. The flavor comes from the smoke and the crispiness comes from the grill. The smokiness infuses through the crispy skin and the meat, and the wings stay juicy inside. It’s a little bit of a process, but the results are worth it. Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Moroccan Chicken and Almonds
This easy chicken dish comes together in just minutes. If you're in the mood for a little exotic flair, then this recipe is the ticket. Slivered almonds, dried apricots, and cinnamon bring a distinct Moroccan flavor to an everyday staple. Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes.
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Crunchy Garlic Chicken Breasts
This is a simple dish that can be thrown together quickly, and I like to serve it atop dressed greens like chicken paillard. You can use pre-made breadcrumbs, but it's even better if you have a stale baguette that you can slice up and toss in a food processor. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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I'm going to let you in on a little secret. When it comes to chicken stews, there's one ingredient that I like to use to really make them pop on the flavor scale: chicken bouillon. I used to scoff at the idea of using it, but it actually adds a ton of flavor to a dish and should not be overlooked. It's what gives my chicken à la king (or chicken pot pie, or chicken noodle soup) that extra something. There's nothing better than a bite of this stew with a Pillsbury biscuit, and I recommend you tear your biscuit into two and place half on the bottom and half on the top so you make sure you get that bite every single time. All right, I've told you, but now I'm going to have to kill you.  See all stew recipes.
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Chicken and vegetables are combined with spices, couscous, and crunchy cereal for a healthy and satisfying meal. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Cereal
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Chicken
A whole chicken, cooked on the grill, is a delicious summertime meal option. Cooking a whole chicken serves a larger group and keeps the meat very moist. Today, we prepared our whole chicken in a Cobb Grill. This grill is compact and the base of the unit remains cool, allowing you to do the cooking on any outdoor table. We chose a larger bird than the recipe called for (approximately 6 pounds) which took longer than an hour to cook and did require more charcoal. We followed the recipe pretty closely, but eliminated the turning every 10 minutes step, as we were concerned about losing heat when removing the lid. The chicken was extremely tender and flavorful. The skin did get brown, but not crisp. If you like crisp skin, we recommend removing chicken from the grill prior to reaching its ideal temperature (160 degrees) and placing the chicken in a 500 degree oven for 10 minutes. We always use a good digital thermometer to check the internal temperature of any meat — it takes the guesswork out of achieving the correct doneness. 
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