Topped with crushed corn chips, shredded lettuce and chopped tomatoes, this marvelous meal-in-one is as pretty as it is tasty. I serve it to company along with bread and dessert, and it always gets compliments. —Dana Wise
We think this savory chicken tastes just as good cold as it does hot. It's perfect for a family dinner at home or to take along on a picnic. The potato-flake coating covers the poultry pieces evenly and bakes to a beautiful golden brown.
-Dorothy Bateman, Carver, Massachusetts
Try your hand at this stress-free chicken dish from Denise Ahlers of Freeburg, Illinois. Perfectly portioned for two, the chicken is tender and moist, and its flavory coating has all the “right stuff.”
“The first time I made this, it was an instant hit and we agreed I wouldn't change a thing about the recipe. Mustard may seem like an odd ingredient, but it adds a really nice touch.” This rich-tasting dish is surprisingly light. Beverly Norris - Evanston, Wyoming
Whip up this special dish with boneless chicken breasts, canned soup and stuffing. “This entree tastes like you fussed, but it’s really so simple,” writes LaDonna Reed from Ponca City, Oklahoma. “It’s also easy to upsize for company.”
Parmesan, pecans, oregano and basil blend beautifully in this crunchy, crusted chicken. The recipe couldn’t be much easier, and no one will know it’s lower in calories. —Patricia Brown, Battle Creek, Michigan
Holiday-special in every way, this moist chicken is coated with pecans and drizzled with a rich, blue cheese sauce. It's easy and delicious…a real winner in my book. You can also use turkey breast and adjust the cook time. —Maggie Ruddy, Altoona, Iowa
“I was looking for something new to whip up and decided to invent my own recipe. We love pesto and mac and cheese…but who knew what a yummy combination it would be with chicken nuggets!” Comfort food to the max, it's great for a crowd!
Rebecca Stablein - Lake Forest, California
The subtle lime flavor infused throughout this moist and juicy roasted chicken makes it a frequent request for family dinners. It's the ideal way to use fresh herbs such as rosemary, sage, thyme and parsley. —Kathy Lewis-Martinez, Spring Valley, California