A week doesn't go by without a chicken dinner on our roster for a night. The simplicity and budget-friendliness of chicken keep us (and you!) coming back for more. We know you feel the same, if these recipes that you loved so much this past year are any proof. Here are our top chicken recipes of 2017.
The secret to this one-bowl dinner is to add the broccoli florets just at the end of cooking, to ensure they don't lose their vibrant green color and become mushy.
Canned chipotle chiles in adobo are the key to this one-pan dinner. They're blended with honey, garlic, and lime juice to make a sweet, smoky, and spicy marinade for the chicken.
Chicken Marsala may seem like a dish you're more likely to order at your favorite Italian joint than make at home, but it's actually quite simple and straightforward to make in your own kitchen.
We're warning you now that once you unlock the secrets to making incredible fried chicken at home, you may have your household begging you to make it all the time.
This quick dinner feels more and more wholesome with every bite. It features loads of just-wilted kale and pan-seared chicken breasts, both tossed in a simple white wine sauce.
The best part about this salad is that it can be made up to four days in advance and refrigerated undressed for up to one week. That means it's a great choice for a week of healthy packable lunches.
If you're someone who laments pouring the juices from a can of pickles down the drain, this recipe is for you. It uses those juices as an incredibly flavorful brine for boneless, skinless chicken thighs.
What makes this pesto chicken salad the best? We think it involves making the pesto from scratch, if you can, and adding sun-dried tomatoes to the mix.
This French-inspired chicken dinner is an awesome pick for an impromptu dinner party, as it feels fancy, thanks to the creamy Dijon mustard pan sauce, but take less than 30 minutes to make.
This recipe proves that chicken breasts can hardly be dry and flavorless if they swim in a batch of white wine as they cook.
This recipe calls for you to make your own ranch seasoning, but don't fret — making a batch couldn't be easier and you can control the amount of salt and eliminate the addition of MSG that can be found in the packaged stuff.