Kristen Evans

Try one of these simple, delicious variations on the white-meat staple.
By Kristen Evans
Red curry paste—typically made of chilies, garlic, and lemongrass—makes it easy to replicate this classic Thai takeout recipe at home.
By Kristen Evans
Top flour tortillas with sautéed chicken, Spanish sausage, and grated Cheddar for a quick meal in just 15 minutes.
By Kristen Evans
Olive tapenade gives this fresh, tasty sandwich a tangy hit.
By Kristen Evans
This quick take on Chicken Cordon Blue is sure to be a hit with everyone at the table. Serve it with a salad, rice, or steamed green vegetables. Try more ham and cheese combinations:
By Kristen Evans
Crisp fennel with a mild licorice flavor pairs well with juicy, sweet orange segments. The refreshing salad livens up simply seasoned chicken cutlets.
By Kristen Evans
Fresh dill flavors the panko breading in this light alternative to fried chicken fingers. Served with ranch and cucumbers, who could resist?
By Kristen Evans
Combine heavy cream, goat cheese, and chopped parsley to make the mild, slightly tangy sauce.
By Kristen Evans
Use thin chicken cutlets and store-bought marinara to shorten your prep time. The result will be warm, cheesy comfort food at its best.
By Kristen Evans
Try this modern twist on baked pasta that features crispy raviolis and better-for-you chicken sausage. See more recipes with chicken sausage:
By Kristen Evans
Dress up store-bought ravioli with a simple sauce made from cream, mascarpone, and fontina—a mild, nutty cheese that melts well.
By Kristen Evans
Sprinkle the dish with fennel fronds before serving for a delicate hint of anise flavor.
By Kristen Evans
Make plain cheese ravioli exceptional by adding sautéed mushrooms, wilted greens, and shaved pecorino for a salty bite.
By Kristen Evans
Unexpected accompaniments take your favorite stuffed pasta to new heights.
By Kristen Evans