This easy Buffalo Chicken Pasta recipe is made in just 29 minutes on the stovetop by adding shredded chicken to a creamy, cheesy buffalo sauce, made with cream cheese and blue cheese dressing, then tossing with penne pasta! #buffalochicken #pasta #easy #cheesy #recipe via @whitneybondblog
Say you've mastered Sriracha, the hot sauce of the decade, the hip culinary thing of five years ago. Time to move on up, spread your wings, and bring a new sauce into your life that comes from Asia and starts with the letter-S: Sambal! Less sweet than Sriracha, with more vinegar notes and direct chile flavor, sambal brings these skewers to a new level, infusing every bite of chicken with the perfect spice. Now that you've got sambal down, you've ready for the sauce Olympics.
An enterprising rancher in Santa Barbara, California, served a seasoned buttermilk dressing to his guests in the early 1950s, and it wasn't long before its popularity exploded. Not just for dressings and dips, we harness ranch's seasoning potential for a chicken dish you won't soon forget. The flavor doesn't end with the chicken; fresh green beans and carrot mash provide the perfect accompaniment. You'll think there's almost too much awesome happening in one meal.
Chicken Tagine with onion, honey, and mint. Tagine (tah-jeen) refers both to this stewlike recipe and the wide, shallow clay pot with a cone- or dome-shaped lid traditionally used to cook it in North Africa. (A Dutch oven will also work.) Tagines are usually made with chicken or lamb, but any meat or vegetable that braises well can be used.
Chicken Marsala--Chicken marsala is a quick and tasty dish where the chicken is sauteed in a pan and then the Marsala, an Italian fortified wine, is used along with mushrooms to make a pan sauce to go with the chicken. Pan sauces are so easy to make and always full of flavour and this one is no different coming together in no time at all!