BROWSE RECIPES

Chicken Mole With Coriander Rice

Chicken Mole With Coriander Rice

If you're a fan of chilli con carne, you'll love this dark, sweet and spicy South American stew with ancho, ground nuts and chocolate

Oven BBQ Chicken Breasts

Oven BBQ Chicken Breasts

Try a saucy BBQ chicken breast recipe. These Oven BBQ Chicken Breasts are saucealicious. It'll be your new favorite BBQ chicken breast recipe!

Best Grilled Chicken Breast

Best Grilled Chicken Breast

Grilled chicken breasts can be the epitome of boring. Too often they're dried out or rubbery. But when soaked in a super-quick marinade — with balsamic, brown sugar, and dried thyme — you're guaranteed deliciousness.

Chicken Tenders with Dipping Sauces

Chicken Tenders with Dipping Sauces

When you eat fried chicken, you want the meat to be tender and juicy, you want the crust to be seasoned, flakey and crispy. Above and beyond all that, you want the fried parts to stay on the chicken when dipping. With this recipe, you get all that plus 5 different dipping sauces that are so easy and delicious.

The BEST Chicken Dipping Sauce

The BEST Chicken Dipping Sauce

This recipe is actually my spin on Chick-Fil-A Sauce.

Like many people, we love Chick-Fil-A nuggets and sauce, but since we *try* to limit the amount of fast food we eat, I decided to try my hand at the sauce at home, because we love it just as much (if not more) on GRILLED chicken!

Italian Chicken Pasta in Creamy White Wine Parmesan Cheese Sauce

Italian Chicken Pasta in Creamy White Wine Parmesan Cheese Sauce

HOW TO MAKE CREAMY WHITE WINE PARMESAN SAUCE:

First, melt butter in the pan, then add diced yellow onion and minced garlic cloves to pan. Start cooking on medium high until onions and garlic are translucent, about 2 minutes. Next add chopped scallions and diced tomatoes and cook them until softened.

Once you soften scallions and tomatoes, you will add flour to pan and whisk to combine. This will help thicken the sauce. Now add heavy cream, wine and seasonings! Next, bring the mixture to a boil and then reduce heat to simmering point.