Chicken is one of the most popular searches on the site and no wonder: from slow-cooked casseroles packed with tomatoes, herbs, spices and other ingredients, to a succulent roast for Sunday lunch, and quick and easy midweek supper ideas, chicken is truly versatile.
The sticky-sweet maple syrup marinade will guarantee that this quick and easy recipe is a huge hit with all the family!
Serve this lovely supper dish with rice or noodles and enjoy the sweet spiciness of the paprika with soured cream and vegetables.
A lovely baked Indian chicken recipe, all this needs is some pilau rice and mango chutney for a warming midweek supper. Make sure you allow a few hours for the chicken to marinate before cooking.
Traditional Roast Chicken with Apple, Sage and Onion Stuffing, Cranberry and Sage Sauce and Chicken-giblet Gravy
This has to be the nation's favourite Sunday roast: succulent chicken with lovely herby stuffing, fruity sauce and plenty of gravy. Why not treat family and friends to a real feast?
This is another quick and easy recipe that's helpful for busy people because it needs to be prepared ahead and can then be cooked alongside Crunchy Roast Potatoes with Saffron at the same temperature. So, in theory, you could come home from work and
Dieters sometimes feel they draw the short straw when out at barbecues - but this gorgeous recipe has a secret ingredient that makes it low-fat and adds succulence to the chicken!
Fresh stocks are now available in tubs from supermarkets, but if you need a large quantity these can be expensive. Here's how to make chicken stock, which can be used in my soup recipes.
This is utterly simple, but it does need a little planning as the chicken benefits from 24 hours in the marinade. Try to start the marinade off the night before, and then if you are out or at work all day, you can come home to the speediest supper on
This recipe takes Delia's gutsy puttanesca sauce to another level by combining it with chicken for a very tasty supper indeed. Serve it with pasta.
At the first hint of a hot day, get the barbecue out and make these gorgeous kebabs. Or, if it threatens to cloud over, you can always cook them under the grill. Either way, they're a real treat!
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