Let’s hear it for America’s most-consumed protein. Baked, roasted, or fried, chicken is versatile and easy to use in a variety of preparations. Around the world, find chicken in noodle soup, baked in a rice crust pilaf, and skewered in kebabs. We’ve rounded up our best chicken recipes here.
Fire up the grills for chicken skewers—after all, food is more fun on a stick—or marinate wings for a zesty, spicy game-day snack. Looking for something a little healthier? Boil or bake the bird or make soup.
From Thai recipes to classic French recipes, here are our favorite chicken recipes and ways to use chicken.
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Chicken marsala is an easy weeknight recipe to prepare. Pounding the chicken cutlets before cooking renders them thin and terrifically tender. Deglazing the pan with Marsala and stock after cooking the chicken creates a quick, rich sauce. Get the recipe for Chicken Marsala »
This tangy, spicy curry from Goa, India, has roots in vinh d’alho, a stew brought to the region by Portuguese colonists. Now an Indian restaurant staple, it comes in countless variations—some fiery, some mild—from the subcontinent to the British Isles. Get the recipe for Chicken Vindaloo »
Adobo with Chicken Livers
Cuban-Style Chicken Stew (Fricasé de Pollo)
This soup draws flavor from alcaparrado, a mix of pimento-stuffed olives and capers, and sweetness from raisins and along with the medianoche, makes a hearty Cuban-inspired meal.
General Tso’s Chicken
While General Tso remains famous in his home province of Hunan, it turns out the eponymous dish named after him is relatively unknown. This recipe comes from author Fuschia Dunlop, who wrote about the dish for our 150th issue. Get the recipe for General Tso’s Chicken »