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“This was my sister Heidi’s favorite dish growing up and she taught me how to make it. Many chicken cacciatore recipes call for boneless chicken breasts, but I prefer to use the skin and bones for more flavor. Ultimately you can choose the cuts of chicken you and your family prefer. You can even cut up a whole chicken.” – Maria Rodale, author of Scratch: Home Cooking For Everyone Made Simple, Fun, and Totally Delicious. The Daily Meal is lucky enough to have an exclusive preview of Maria Rodale beautiful cookbook and will be featuring a number of her recipes leading up to the release of her new cookbook, Scratch. She is a passionate cook whose journey took her from learning to feed and nourish her family to exploring the food of other cultures to eventually starting her blog, Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen.Click here to purchase your own copy of Scratch: Home Cooking For Everyone Made Simple, Fun, and Totally Delicious. Available October 11, 2016.
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Chicken Cacciatore
Recipe Courtesy of Dr. Josh Axe“Italy is one of my favorite places on earth, and when my wife I can’t make it to Europe for a relaxing vacation, one of our favorite things to do is cook Italian food at home. Surprisingly, a lot of recipes are less intimidating than they seem, especially my super easy version of chicken cacciatore.Chicken cacciatore has always been one of my favorite meals—Italian or otherwise—because it’s based around healthy protein and veggies. I opt for free range chicken breast that’s healthy and lean and add in handfuls of veggies. The nutrition benefits of mushrooms are vast and not celebrated enough, and tomatoes are a great anti-inflammatory food. Add in the red wine—which can actually be good for you—and you have a dish that is both nourishing and delicious. And unlike other Italian favorites that are loaded with gluten and dairy, this dinner won’t cause digestive distress, leave you feeling fatigued or contribute to leaky gut.One more thing: Chicken cacciatore is traditionally served over pasta, but if you have celiac or gluten sensitivity, you can always choose a gluten-free pasta or creamy polenta. Want to go totally grain-free? This dish is just as tasty over a plate of greens or cauliflower rice.”
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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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This is an easy to make and authentic Italian dish that your friends and family will love.  With its easy to find ingredients and simple to follow recipe, anyone can master this Chicken Cacciatore dish.
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Curry
Authentic home-style Indian chicken curry is the Indian recipe people are most familiar with. It’s perfect with rice and naan, but you can always add veggies like potatoes, peas, and carrots to the dish if you’d like a one-pot meal.
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Blue crabs for Chicken Chesapeake
This recipe is courtesy of Tasty Kitchen.
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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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As our summer is starting to wind down it is time to start using up what we have in the refrigerator at the lake. All of my cherry tomatoes are coming at once and my basil is taking over the garden. I had a package of thin sliced chicken breast and decided to make this dinner. If you know me then you will love another one of my one pot meals! This was a dinner for two but there was enough left over for lunch! NOTE: You can use chicken breast, cut in half then cover with plastic and thin using a mandolin. For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here.
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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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People always love this recipe because they don't usually think of using the skin this way when cooking a piece of chicken. It adds a perfect, crunchy texture, and you won't want to eat a chicken wrap any other way without it. Kids also have a lot of fun shaking the bag when seasoning the chicken. 
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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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I love this recipe because it comes across as this really impressive, elegant dish, but is so easy to make. It's the sauce that does it. Every step of the recipe is why it's so good, from flouring the chicken, frying it, and deglazing with white wine to the main event: artichokes. Feel free to play around with the ingredients as you please, though (mushrooms for artichokes, red wine for white), but always make the sauce in the same pan that you cooked the floured chicken. 
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