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The weather may be cooling down, but your meal options are just heating up. Shorter days means more time in the home, and the chill in the air puts you in the mood to cook a warm meal.
Celebrate the coming of fall by making one of these delicious chicken dinners.
1) Parmesan Crusted Garlic Butter Roasted Chicken
With crispy golden skin, this heavenly roast from Little Kitchen Big World manages to be both juicy and crunchy at the same time. Rubbed with a generous amount of garlic butter and slowly marinated in its own juices, this roast is taken to the next level when finished in the broiler with a parmesan cheese crust. The two and half hour cooking time will simply fly by as your kitchen fills with the tantalizing aroma of roasting cheese and chicken.
2) Whole Roast Masala Chicken (Indian-style)
Your dinner table deserves to display something beautiful. Flavored with aromatic spices, Manila Spoon‘s Whole Roast Masala Chicken is tender, moist, and unique. Less adventurous palates will be won over by the combination of mild spices like cinnamon, cloves, coriander, and turmeric, which are rubbed onto the meat. The spice blend then marinates on the chicken for 1-3 hours. The meat is fully cooked once the juices run clear. Enjoy with green veggies and rice.
3) Chicken Provencal
This fantastic one-pan dinner is a specialty of the Provence region of France, and is traditionally made with bone-in chicken breast, fresh tomatoes, olives, and anchovies. Mon Petit Four‘s recipe can be made with or without the fish, depending on your preferences. Choose from fresh marjoram, thyme, or basil to flavor the dish. This recipe comes together in about 40 minutes, so it’s perfect for a last-minute meal.
4) Sticky Chicken
South Your Mouth recommends bone-in chicken legs to make her Sticky Chicken extra juicy. Hot sauce balances the sweetness of the honey, making a killer marinade that’s good for both basting and dipping. Keep your heat on medium so the chicken is seared on the skillet, but not cooked through. Once all sides are browned, move to the oven and bake uncovered for one hour.
5) Maple Buttermilk Grilled Chicken
Leave it to a Canadian food blog to make a masterful grilled chicken recipe with maple and buttermilk. Canadian Living‘s recipe combines the buttermilk with onions, garlic, pepper, cinnamon, and hot pepper flakes to make a rich coating for the bone-in chicken legs. Refrigerate up to 24 hours, then place the chicken over a medium-high heated grill for about 35 minutes. Add the maple syrup and grill for five more minutes.
6) Chicken Pot Pie Turnovers
Who doesn’t love a flaky, buttery crust? Chicken Pot Pie is the ultimate comfort food. Save time making Spicy Southern Kitchen‘s pot pie turnovers by picking up our pre-cooked rotisserie chicken. Filled with veggies and cream, you’ll savor the taste while enjoying the fact that this meal takes so little effort to make. Sautée the veggies in melted butter, then add in chicken broth, half-and-half, and cream cheese to make the delicious filling. Mix in the chicken and spoon into the dough. The dough is folded over to make mini pies, which you can eat with your hands, if you so choose.
7) Veggie Loaded Rotisserie Chicken Casserole
Project Meal Plan‘s veggie-filled casserole reheats beautifully, which makes it an ideal meal for weeknight dinner planning. It also has a surprise ingredient that you will fall in love with! Greek yogurt is used as a healthier alternative to heavy cream, cutting the fat content nearly in half. The yogurt is combined with shredded pre-cooked rotisserie chicken, steamed broccoli and cauliflower, and cheese. The dish then bakes to a delicious golden brown.
We also have prepared breasts available from the kitchen for easy, throw together meals.
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Summer is over, and that means that the days will be getting shorter, the breezes will be getting cooler, and the holidays are almost upon us. While we’re sad to see summer go, we’re excited to slip into some warmer clothes and make dinners that are ... View Tip