Top Rated Chicken Recipes

Chicken Teriyaki
Just so you know, the "chicken teriyaki sauce" in a bottle does not taste like real teriyaki sauce in Japan. Teriyaki is a cooking technique. "Teri" means the "luster" given by the sweet soy sauce marinade and "yaki" means "cooking or grilling," and it’s not really the name of the sauce. Click here to see 5 Essential Japanese Dishes to Know.
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Pizza Chicken
Don’t order pizza out again! For a meal that kids or kidults will love, pizza chicken can be a fun and flavorful way to shake up dinner time. Baked and delicious, we are certain that this dinner will make you family a lot happier than a regular old takeout meal. For more classic pizza recipes, click here.  Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here!  
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Here’s a chicken recipe that comes together in a snap from Justin A. Turner, a 10-year veteran with the City of Atlanta Fire Rescue Department. It’s a stick-to-your-ribs meal that satisfies at the end of a long, hard day.Click here to see America’s Best Firehouse Chefs.
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Chicken Wellington
A variation of the classic beef Wellington, this stunning entrée stars boneless chicken breasts topped with a mushroom-onion mix and wrapped in tender puff pastry. Recipe courtesy of Pepperidge Farm.
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Forget barbecue when you can instantly whip up this easy and awesome pulled chicken with rotisserie chicken and a few flavorful ingredients.    Click here to see 10 Easy Summer Chicken Recipes
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Sesame chicken is not really authentic Chinese food, but it is a classic dish served in Chinese restaurants throughout the United States. Lacking the Chinese takeout that so many folks take for granted out on the ranch, I learned to make this favorite takeout dish at home.
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Poached Chicken
Here's a basic poached chicken recipe that you can use to make a wealth of chicken dishes throughout the week. Plus, you also get a rich broth that's better than the boxed versions at the store; freeze it for future use. Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals.
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Chicken Scarpariello
I would venture to say that, along with chicken parmigiana, chicken scarpariello is one of the most recognized chicken recipes in America. Chicken scarpariello is a composition of a few favorite ingredients: chicken, lots of garlic, and vinegar. In this recipe, I added some sausage, which is not unusual, especially if you have a big brood coming over. To multiply the recipe: Proceed in batches; then, once you have brought the whole thing to a boil, transfer to a roasting pan and finish cooking in a 450-degree oven, stirring the chicken periodically so all the pieces get crispy. Click here to see Lidia Bastianich's Take on Italian-American Cuisine.
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Chicken Bulgogi
If you like the sweet and savory bulgogi flavor, but don't like red meat, this one's for you! Bulgogi is a marinated meat dish made with thin slices of beef. Dak bulgogi is a variation made with chicken. "Dak" means chicken.For the chicken version, I like to add a bit of lemon flavor. It certainly gives the dish a tasty spark! I used boneless chicken thigh, but you can use boneless breast or a combination of both parts. The bite-sized chicken pieces marinate and cook quickly, making this dish a good option for a weeknight meal.You can enjoy the chicken in lettuce wraps with a dollop of ssamjang or doenjang (soybean paste). It will be equally delicious simply served with your choice of salad or a side dish along with a bowl of rice. Enjoy!See all recipes for chicken.Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes. 
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Cashew Chicken
Here's a delicious slow cooker recipe for the Chinese favorite. So good, and with fairly easy prep. Serve this over steamed brown or white rice for a quick weeknight meal. See all chicken recipes. Click here to see Back to Basics: Asian Cuisine.
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Chicken Shawarma
Chicken shawarma is a popular sandwich in the Middle East. It is basically a wonderful roasted chicken that has been marinated in an amazing yogurt spice mix, wrapped in pita bread with some pickles, fries, and tahini or garlic sauce. The secret to a chicken shawarma sandwich that is as good as — if not better than — your favorite Middle Eastern restaurant is the spice mix. Mastic is one of the key players in that spice mix; you can find it at Greek or Middle Eastern stores. Buying a little will go a long way because it is used in very small amounts in recipes (it does wonders when added to ice cream or rice pudding). This particular recipe for chicken shawarma came after a lot of experimenting and trying different recipes. The spice mix and cooking the onions and tomatoes with the chicken in the last five minutes (as opposed to using them raw) makes this sandwich a family favorite after the first bite. If you want to add a smoky taste to the chicken, a trick I learned from my aunt is to get some tin foil and make it like a little plate. Heat a little piece of coal, and when it starts turning red, put it on the tin foil plate. Next, add a little piece of butter on top of the coal. It will start to smoke. Put the tin foil cup on top of the chicken shawarma in the pot and cover it for five to 10 minutes. The chicken will have a smoky flavor, almost as if it were grilled.
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Chicken Udon
Whether you're battling the weather or simply feel like staying in, Haru's chicken udon will keep you toasty-warm and out of the gritty snow. This quick recipe by New York City's favorite sushi and sake spot feeds up to four and all ingredients can be purchased for $20 at your local grocer. Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes.
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