My Top Ten Favourite Chicken Recipes

Monday 3 February 2020

Chicken is one of our favourite things to cook and eat here in my English kitchen. No small wonder as it is not only economical, readily available but also very versatile, not to mention delicious.  

It makes for a wonderful canvas for just about anything you want to add to it.  I thought it would be fun today to showcase ten of my favourite chicken recipes.  

I am pretty positive you will find something in this list that your family is sure to love and I hope that these will become favourites of yours also. 

 This is by no means all of my favourites. With over 300 chicken recipes on here it would have taken me a long time to do an extensive list.  Lets just say that if it made this list, you can be pretty sure that its an excellent recipe!

Swiss Style Chicken.  Filled with lovely flavours. This is a very simple dish. Tender moist chicken topped with a creamy mushroom sauce and gruyere cheese.  

Delicious served with baby peas and homemade roasted oven wedges.  

Chicken & Corn Chowder.  We love this easy and delicious recipe which has been pleasing my family for years and years.  

It makes for a really wonderful supper on a cold day, served with some buttered bread on the side. 

Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls

Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls. Light and crisp battered chicken chunks and flavourful with a beautiful sauce, I could eat these lovely sweet and sour chicken balls every night of the week.  

This may seem a bit convuluted and lengthy, but if you are organized, it happens quite quickly and it worth every ounce of effort.   These are as good as any you might find in a restaurant.  You can make the sauce the day before and just reheat it when you need it.

Garlic  Chicken & Rice.  This dish is soft of like an oven baked pilaf.  Nice and garlicky and filled with lots of bits of chicken . . . . and don't hate me . . .  cheese. 

Yes, I DO love my cheese, and so does Todd. I will not apologise for that. 

Street Cart Chicken and Rice.  This might look like a lot of work, but this goes together very easily and deliciously! I promise you. Put the chicken in to marinade before you do the rice, etc. 

Once you have everything ready, the final dish goes together lickety split and is oh sooooo delicious!

Smothered Chicken. This delicious chicken dish only tastes high in fat and calories.  This is the ultimate in comfort food, but its actually low in fat, calories and carbs.  

Diabetic friendly.  Serve with brown rice if you are diabetic, otherwise it goes very well with mashed potatoes   

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad.  With crisp romaine lettuce, flavourful grilled chicken, garlic croutons, plenty of cheese, bacon and that fabulously rich Caesar dressing, this always goes down a real treat!

BBQ Chicken Sandwich.  Tangy sauced tender chicken served in a toasted Brioche Bun with plenty of coleslaw.  It doesn't get much better than this! 

Chicken & Sesame Noodles.  A variation on my Simple Sesame Noodles recipe with a slightly sweeter, tangy spicy sauce . . . and the addition of chicken.  

I've also added red peppers for some colour.   In truth I could eat this every day of the week.   I do sooooo love pasta. 

Roast Chicken with Lemon & Garlic.  I have a lot of roast chicken recipes on here, but this is my absolute favourite one.  Juicy and tender with a flavourful gravy.  Chicken, lemon and garlic are the holy trinity of good taste! 

And there you have it, ten of my all favourite chicken recipes.  I could have picked a bazillion of them, but this is the creme de la creme of the crop! 

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