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Chicken 101

Looking for a hassle-free dinner? We have one word for you: chicken. Here’s what you need to know: the shopping tips, the cooking tricks, and almost 60 of our best recipes.

Delicious Recipes

10 Delicious One-Pot Chicken Recipes
Recipes that call for just one pot—which means less post-dinner cleanup.

10 Boneless Chicken Breast Recipes
The little black dress of the kitchen, this dinner staple can be spiffed up all sorts of ways.

Mustard-Tarragon Roast Chicken with Egg Noodles

The Ultimate Chicken Handbook

A complete guide to picking and cooking this dinner staple.
Photo: Ditte Isager

Quick Chicken Recipes

Favorite chicken dishes that require only 5, 10, or 15 minutes of hands-on time.
Photo: Anna Williams

7 Ways to Make Roast Chicken

One foolproof recipe and six ways to change it up. 
Photo: Jim Franco

Roasting Basics

Roasting food is simple: Keep the following tips in mind, and you’ll always have great results.
Photo: Beatriz da Costa
Mustard-Tarragon Roast Chicken with Egg Noodles
Honey Chicken Skewers With Grilled-Corn Salad
Simple Roast Chicken
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Fresh Chicken Ideas

Chicken salad

Chicken Salad, 4 Ways
A few variations on a basic recipe gives you a quartet of ways to serve this favorite.

Chicken breast dishes

Chicken Breasts, Four Ways
Breathe life into a weeknight-meal standby with these recipes.

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Quick Dinner Cleanup Checklist 

Ten tidy-as-you-go steps that let you get half the dinner cleanup done before dessert. 

  • Keep the refrigerator clear. A crowded refrigerator is an invitation to spills from things knocked over as you rifle through it before dinner.

    Related: The Ultimate Refrigerator Makeover

  • Cover the counter. To limit the mess when preparing meat, chicken, or fish, consider lining countertops with butcher paper (buy it from your supermarket meat department), then fold it up with the scraps and toss it when you're done.
  • Fill the sink with hot, soapy water. As you work, drop in the tools and dishes you've used and let soak. (Put knives in a tall glass or other container so you don't risk cutting yourself later.) When it's time to straighten up, a quick drain and rinse often does the trick.

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