Plain baked chicken breasts are simple, easy, and get the job done for dinner, but you deserve so much more. You deserve a dinner that's rich, saucy, and packed with savory flavor that keeps you going back for more. Whether you make it in a slow cooker, on the stovetop, or in a casserole, anytime you slot a creamy chicken dinner into your meal plan, it'll be a meal to remember.
Just be sure to serve it with bread, pasta, rice, or couscous to mop up all that delicious creamy sauce on your plate.
Let's be honest — with two kinds of mustard, plus shallots and white wine, we're 100 percent in this for the zippy sauce.
Turmeric-lovers, rejoice! If you have a thing for golden milk, it's time to add this skillet dinner to your meal plan ASAP. The flavor is just as bold as the color of the sauce.
Since this recipe starts with cooked shredded chicken (or a rotisserie bird), it's totally doable on a weeknight. If you have time, the cream biscuits are a breeze to pull together; otherwise stick with a tube of buttermilk biscuits. You can't go wrong either way!
If you prefer a rich and indulgent cream sauce, stick with half-and-half; otherwise whole milk makes for a lighter, yet still luscious, cream sauce for this skillet favorite.
Here's one to save for a weekend afternoon when you need a mostly hands-off dinner and crave something comforting. Much like the stovetop version, this creamy chicken classic cooks in two parts.
This 30-minute meal comes together in your Dutch oven and is pure nostalgic comfort.
Nothing says fast and fancy quite like the Italian-American dish of chicken Marsala. What you might not know is that it's a super-fast, one-pot chicken dinner that is perfect for weeknight cooking.
Yes, you can totally pull off homemade chicken pot pie in the middle of the week, and this is the recipe that shows you how.
This skillet it the epitome of fast and fancy. The rich sauce makes it feel like something you'd order at a French bistro, yet it comes together in no more than 30 minutes.
Chicken divan is the ultimate old-school medley of chicken, broccoli, and cheese sauce. It doesn't get more comforting than this.