Many of my favorite recipes were shared with me by family members! I got this recipe for an easy one-pot chicken dinner from my cousin Sharon in New York State.
Easier than rolled enchiladas: fill with whatever you like.
There’s no added sugar in this low-carb dish, but Vidalia onions and a combination of spices give this chicken a sweet flavor.
At our favorite date-night restaurant, I always ordered the same thing. The Chicken Paprika was not a heavy, tomato-and-sour-cream-sauced dish; this sauce was lighter. The Romanian woman who owned the restaurant and created the recipes told me that she’d learned to make this dish from her grandmother.
This low-carb chicken dish is a light but bold-flavored option for pasta night. It’s delicious served with cheese tortellini; add a salad or your favorite vegetable to round out the meal.
A little chicken goes a long way in this vegetable-packed dish. If your garden (or your neighbor’s) is overflowing with zucchini, give this recipe a try!
This chicken dish tastes like Chicken Marsala–but without the Marsala! All you’ll need are ingredients you probably already keep in the pantry.
Love cilantro? Then you’ll love this chicken recipe–it’s great roasted in the oven or cooked on the grill.
This recipe for Arroz con Pollo may not be authentic, but it was easy to make and tastes terrific! Try this variation on a Spanish favorite today.
You can use any lightly-steamed vegetable you like with this dish: green beans, asparagus, carrots, broccoli, or peas would all work well. Here’s my blueprint recipe for Chicken Fettuccine with Vegetables.