Category: Chicken Recipes

  • “Tadka-inspired Sauce Infused Grilled Chicken Breasts”

    “Tadka-inspired Sauce Infused Grilled Chicken Breasts”

    Skin-on, boneless breasts are ideal for grilling since they cook faster, are easier to carve than bone-in, and the skin protects the delicate cut from the heat. (You can find them at any supermarket with a butcher counter–just ask! Or in a pinch, you can use skin-on, bone-in breasts and add 10 minutes to the…

  • Spicy Honey Glazed Wings

    Spicy Honey Glazed Wings

    Honey is great on wings, pizza, biscuits and, as you might expect, biscuits. The hot honey that we use for these wings goes beyond the sweet and spicy flavors with the additions of lime and chili crisp. This is the perfect topping for these low-fuss, crispy grilled wings. Preparation is key. It may seem controversial…

  • Spicy Honey-Glazed Chicken with Crispy Bread and Tangy Greens

    Spicy Honey-Glazed Chicken with Crispy Bread and Tangy Greens

    This weeknight recipe uses chicken fat to produce crispy skin, toast that’s golden, and a dressing with a rich, schmaltzy flavor. We start by cooking the chicken in a cold pan to encourage a gentle and thorough rendering of the delicious fat. This will be used for the greens, bread, and dressing. The skin of…

  • Empanadas with Argentinian Chicken Filling

    Empanadas with Argentinian Chicken Filling

    This recipe was created in honor of BA’s Gaby Melian, whose mother told her to leave out the green pepper if she wanted to make a true chicken empanada. In Argentina, a hard-boiled yolk is often added to the mixture, but Gaby and her family prefer it without. Here are step-by-step directions. Get the recipe…

  • Preparing Gravy in Advance

    Preparing Gravy in Advance

    This gravy can be made ahead and you don’t need to worry about the pan drippings. Advertisement BannerIngredients8 Servings 1 Vegetable oil 1 Pound chicken wings 1 Large onion, unpeeled and coarsely chopped 1 Large carrots, peeled and coarsely chopped 1 Celery stalks, coarsely chopped Small handfuls of bay, rosemary, or thyme leaves 1 Cup…

  • Roast Chicken Prepared with a Cast-Iron Method

    Roast Chicken Prepared with a Cast-Iron Method

    There’s no need to brine, dry by air, change the temperature, or do any complicated trussing. Just a simple roast chicken. Advertisement BannerIngredientsFour servings 1 Whole 3 1/2-4 pound chicken Kosher salt 1 Olive oil tablespoon PreparationStep 1Sprinkle salt liberally on the inside and outside of the chicken. We use 1 tsp. Diamond Crystal or…

  • Rephrased title: Nourishing Chicken and Rice Soup for a Sense of Well-being

    Rephrased title: Nourishing Chicken and Rice Soup for a Sense of Well-being

    Add 10-15 minutes of cooking time to this classic chicken soup if you would like it to be thicker. This recipe is a part of our 2019 Feel Good Food Plan. It’s a ten-day plan to start the new year right. Advertisement BannerIngredients2 servings 3/4 lb. Skinless and boneless chicken thighs 1/3 cup jasmine rice,…

  • Spicy Garlic Broth Infused with Chicken and Confetti Rice

    Spicy Garlic Broth Infused with Chicken and Confetti Rice

    We added some pickly, seedy things to our rice after taking a cue from author and chef David Tanis. Advertisement BannerIngredients2 Servings 2 Bone-in, skin on chicken breasts (about 1.5 pounds total). 5 Scallions 3 Smashed garlic cloves 1/2 Red chile (such a Fresno), with seeds removed and coarsely chopped 1 Use a tablespoon of…

  • Crispy Chicken Wings with Turmeric and Pepper Spice

    Crispy Chicken Wings with Turmeric and Pepper Spice

    The wings will become even crisper if you start them in a colder oven. Pour off the fat that has been infused and use it for stir-fries, or to cook crispy eggs. Ingredients 8 Servings 2 tsp. Black peppercorns 1 tsp. Ground turmeric 1 tsp. Sugar 3 1/2 tsp. Salt kosher 4 lb. chicken wings,…

  • Stir-Fried Chicken and Corn

    Stir-Fried Chicken and Corn

    The oyster sauce adds a lot of umami to this stir-fry, but is not overpowering. It also boosts flavor in marinades and is just delicious. If you can’t find ripe corn in the market, what else can you use? You can substitute peppers, peas or summer squash for the corn. Advertisement BannerBon Appetit editors independently…