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Garlicky Baked Chicken

Throw this simple chicken dish together the night before you plan to serve it, then just bring it to room temperature and tuck it in the...

by Fran McCullough


Chile Jam Chicken with Caramelized Sweet Potatoes an...

This is not your average chicken dinner. Chile jam adds spice and sweetness, and the accompaniments of caramelized sweet potatoes and pea...

by Daphne Oz

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Tandoori Chicken

A tandoor is a North Indian clay oven that is about three feet high, usually buried in the ground up to the neck. Live coals are placed i...

by Suneeta Vaswani


Thai Barbecue Chicken Thighs with Peanut Sauce

Think of that tasty standby, Thai chicken satay, and transfer those flavors to a moist chicken thigh and you’ve got a general idea of how...

by Fred Thompson


Roast Chicken Leg with Gremolata and Sunchokes

If you’re like me and prefer dark meat, the easiest way to satisfy your roast-chicken urges without tackling a whole bird is to take adva...

by Joe Yonan


Tandoori-Style Roasted Chicken Legs

Authentic tandoori chicken takes its name from a tandoor, an enormous cylindrical clay pot used in Indian cooking. The “oven” is heated b...

by Molly Stevens


Roast Chicken with Corn Bread and Oyster Stuffing

Preheat the oven to 450° F.In a medium skillet, melt the butter and sauté the onions and celery until wilted. Turn into a bowl and add t...

by Christopher Idone


Alice B. Toklas Chicken

One wintry day I picked up The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook, hoping to soothe the monotony of the long gray season with something inspired an...

by Peggy Knickerbocker


Crispy Butterflied Roast Chicken

If I had to pick one way to roast a chicken for the rest of my life, this might well be it. Butterflying the bird and flattening it befor...

by Molly Stevens


Roast Chicken

A good roast chicken is the best dinner of all. We used to agonize over how to make factory chickens taste good. Now, thankfully, a few l...

by Alice Waters


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