Thursday, June 20, 2013
Recipes in the 'Poultry' category
183 results found under: Poultry
It's time you gave this chicken wrap a Thai. Stuffed with a ton of fresh ingredients, this poultry-driven wrap is satisfying any time of day. It's sure to be a feather in your cap. When you're searching for a sandwich substitute, this is it.
The best thing about this chicken dish isn't just the taste -- it's the convenience. Toss chicken breast and frozen vegetables together for a quick and easy meal. Serve with white or brown rice.
When Mexican meets Italian, this supreme spaghetti surprise is the by-product. It's the traditional pasta dish prepared with Mexican-inspired spices. Ciao down on this creative concoction.
When you're looking for a great dish to celebrate a special occasion, these glazed Cornish hens hit the mark. But make sure you prepare enough -- your guests are sure to come back for seconds... and possibly thirds.
Garlic, sundried tomatoes, sauted mushrooms and artichoke hearts with chicken and rigatoni pasta come together in this fusion of flavor. To save time, prep all of the ingredients before cooking time.
When you're searching for an elegant meal for that special occasion, it's okay to be a little corny. These cornish hens basted in a wine and herb marinade really do the trick.
Some like it hot... and if you're one of those people, you'll absolutely adore these buffalo wings that'll have your tastebuds flying high. Cooked in a crockpot, they're a real cinch to prepare.
Two ingredients -- that's all it takes to make a mouth-watering chicken. If you've got a bottle of salad dressing and a serving of chicken, you've got a magnificent meal that's both simple and easy.
This chicken teriyaki is sure to be the pineapple of your eye. Made with just three ingredients, you'll have no problem throwing it together at the last minute. Serve with rice.
Chow down on this classic chow mein. Forget take out -- your homemade version will be even better than the real thing. And because it's prepared in the crockpot, it'll be ready to serve when you get home.