Our Most Popular Chicken Recipes Ever

Whether we’re talking about a whole chicken or individual cuts like breasts, thighs, and wings, there’s no denying that chicken is one of the most popular meats. It’s economical, family-friendly, and endlessly versatile. Choose between white and dark meat, depending on what flavor you’re going for, and a tasty meal is in your future. To inspire your next meal, we’re sharing more than 30 chicken recipes that you, our readers, love most. These are the recipes that you come back for time and time again and cook night after night.

Looking for a new recipe to try? Start with the Creamy Lemon Chicken with Spinach and Artichokes that’s pictured here. This 35-minute meal that serves four is always a fan-favorite come spring because of its bright flavor and alluring colors. A combination of baby spinach and frozen artichoke hearts are cooked in a decadent cream cheese-based sauce and are then paired with seared chicken cutlets for the ultimate one-skillet supper.

You’ll also find recipes that teach you how to roast a whole chicken, make an old-fashioned favorite such as chicken pot pie, dress up a chicken salad, or cook a comforting batch of chicken noodle soup. Perhaps best of all, you’ll find that chicken recipes are just as well-suited to a weeknight dinner with your family as they are a larger dinner party.

Our readers—that means you!—love our takes on classic recipes just like grandma used to make, too: Try our chicken with mushrooms, chicken tetrazzini, or chicken fricassee whenever you want a comforting dish. And if you’re in the mood to cook and eat a more modern chicken recipe, you’ll be pleased to see a number of supremely delicious options ahead.

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