Posts Categorized: Chicken

Chicken Cacciatore- Hunter’s Stew

Easy Chicken Stew, Fancy Name, Chicken Cacciatore

“Cacciatore” literally means “Hunter”. And while there have been a few hunters in the family, most of my hunting will be in the grocery aisle! But I think it’ll be cool, especially if I announce we’re having “Chicken Cacciatore” with an Italian accent!

Chicken, Moroccan, for 240!

Tender, Moist Chicken Breast for Large Events

This chicken breast turned out so moist. We made it for our church’s annual Women’s Christmas Dinner, but- if you’re planning a wedding or other large event, check this out. A mix of butter and Dijon mustard, plus a mix of bread crumbs and Parmesan, helps the meat turn out perfect.

Chicken w/ Sesame Orange Marinade (Easy Recipe for a Crowd)

Sesame Orange Chicken for a Crowd

I’m starting to plan for our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Palm Sunday, and think I’ll serve this, since it makes so much. Yes, it’s also nice to serve on a smaller scale (just reduce the recipe). But it’s ideal when you need a big batch of something, and don’t have a lot of time…

Chicken Cordon Bleu, Easy-Style (Just Bake!)

Baked Chicken Cordon Bleu

This is an elegant recipe, perfect to serve at a dinner party. Although preparing this dish is typically a more elaborate process, the method is streamlined here. The main secret to a tender dish that is cooked through is to pound the chicken breast out thin. It is then rolled up with a thin slice…

Chicken Roasted Easy Style, Seasoned w/ Herbs Under the Skin

Under the skin, seasoned whole chicken

Use time efficiently by implementing this recipe, preparing a healthy, delicious meal with minimal work. Make a double or triple batch of the herb mix, and season several birds all at once, to be especially efficient. The pre-seasoned birds will keep in the freezer, ready to thaw and roast at a future date. A blender…

Chicken Salad w/Caramelized Walnuts (A New Deli Classic)

If you’re cooking for a crowd, multiply this recipe. It’s definitely a crowd pleaser; we serve it regularly at The New Deli. Part of the secret to using raisins: they get soaked overnight in red wine vinegar. It gives them the perfect sweet/sour flavor, plus, it keeps the raisins from soaking up mayonnaise (which doesn’t…

Ginger Chicken: Easy Meal, Great on the Grill

Ginger Chicken, Spinach Salad, and Corn on the Cob

A good marinade has a few simple elements: Vinegar or lemon for tenderizing, sugar to help the meat to brown well, soy sauce (or other salty additions) to add savory flavor, plus favorite herbs and spices. This recipe uses fresh ginger and garlic, mixed in with a basic soy sauce/vinegar/brown sugar mix. It’s a quick…