chicken tortilla soup

Tortilla Soup with Chicken

Soup with chips in it—should be an easy sell! Especially when it’s super-comforting and flavorful from the smoky, garlicky, tomatoey broth, shredded chicken breasts, and plenty of fun garnishes.   Tortilla soup also gets better as it sits, so make it ahead and heat it up for a simple winter […]

cassoulet dip

Festive Cassoulet Dip with Chicken and Sausage Breadcrumbs

Traditionally a long-cooked casserole featuring confit duck, pork, and white beans, cassoulet is an integral dish of French country cooking. Often celebrated as the ultimate in winter comfort food, most versions of cassoulet take days to make and are designed to feed a large crowd. Here we’ve adapted the flavor […]

spatchcocked grilled chicken

Spatchcocked Grilled Chicken

The best way to grill a whole chicken is to spatchcock it. All that means is removing the bird’s backbone and breaking the breastplate, which allows the chicken to lay flat. When it can lay flat on the grill (or in the oven for that matter), it cuts down on […]

My Little SoHo Kitchen by Michelle Tchea

Sticky Garlic and Soy Chicken Wings

Americans love chicken wings, so much so that we eat over 1 billion wings on that Big Game Sunday in February alone, let alone the entire football season and the rest of the calendar year. If you are looking for new ways to revamp and reinvent your recipe for wings, […]

Three ground chicken sliders with condiments and cheese on a cutting board

8 Ground Chicken Recipes for Weeknight Meals

Ground chicken is a satisfying, healthy protein that adapts to pretty much any flavor profile. It is such a versatile meat choice that there are lots of ground chicken recipes to choose from. Craving Italian? Make chicken parmesan meatballs. Want takeout-inspired fare? Sesame ground chicken should fit the bill. These […]

per-peri chicken recipe

Peri-Peri Chicken with Coconut Rice

The first time I had peri-peri was in Maputo, Mozambique, at a seaside restaurant called Casa de Peixe, which in Portuguese means “house of fish.” It was a shrimp dish stewed in a peri-peri sauce, served with white rice. Once I got to Portugal (where I live), I was happy […]

chicken thighs on skewers with lemons

Marinated Grilled Chicken Thigh Skewers

Boneless chicken thighs are always a crowd pleaser. They’re moist, flavorful, and in this recipe, absorb a flavorful yogurt-based marinade for optimum tenderness. The grilled lemons add nice acidity, making these skewers a versatile entree for a summer dinner, served with salads, fresh pitas, or even as an appetizer to […]

ground turkey cooking in a pan on an electric stove

Ground Turkey vs. Ground Chicken: What’s the Difference?

Ground poultry has a reputation for being a leaner alternative to ground beef, but each type is delicious in their own right. In this guide, we’ll break down the differences between ground turkey vs. ground chicken to give you a better understanding of each protein. You’ll learn: Where they’re sourced […]

chicken thighs cucumbers rice and yogurt sauce

Roasted Chicken Thighs with Turmeric and Yogurt Sauce

Boneless skinless chicken thighs are weeknight dinner MVPs. They’re easy to deal with, quick-cooking, and play nicely with a range of flavor profiles.     For this recipe, they roast on a sheet pan with some onions while you pull together the rest of the meal – the dish comes […]

buffalo chicken on the grill

Grilled Buffalo Chicken Sandwich

The perfect buffalo chicken sandwich recipe does exist, and it’s right here. This easy recipe takes you from chicken breast to a delicious sandwich smothered in blue cheese and hot sauce in about 15 minutes. You can use an outdoor griddle for this recipe, but it’s just as easily cooked […]

buccaneer chicken thighs

Trinidadian “Buccaneer” Grilled Chicken Thighs

In the 17th and 18th centuries, island-hopping pirates who roamed the Caribbean were doing more than fleeing the law. As they encountered indigenous Caribbean people, they took up a method of meat preservation that the natives used to preserved their hunted game. Caribbean people rubbed their game meats with pungent […]