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Chicken and Noodle Soup with Vegetables

This deliciously filling soup is ideal for a Sunday supper, accompanied by buttered toast or hot rolls, perhaps followed by a salad or so...

by James Beard


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


Bengali Chicken Stew

This stew is typical of everyday Bengali food — lightly spiced, with a broth-like gravy. It is served with steamed rice, which absorbs th...

by Suneeta Vaswani

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Cabbage, Potato, and Chicken Stew

When I hanker for the taste of slowly simmered food but have little time to get dinner on the table, I turn to my pressure cooker. As my ...

by Michele Urvater


Tandoori Chicken Thighs

A tandoor is a North Indian clay oven that is about three feet (90 cm) high, usually buried in the ground up to the neck. Live coals are ...

by Suneeta Vaswani


Chicken Waterzooi

Sometimes prepared with fish and eel, around Ghent this leek scented soup is made with chicken. The name derives from the Flemish dialect...

by Mimi Sheraton


Wine-Braised Chicken Thighs with Olives, Prunes and...

I confess I’m not a big fan of boneless, skinless chicken breasts, which I find tasteless enough to be considered the tofu of meats (no o...

by Joe Yonan


Coq Au Riesling

I have always loved the Alsatian version of coq au vin and this is it, stunningly streamlined. I replace the onion with leek, buy bacon a...

by Nigella Lawson


Green Tomato Verde with Braised Chicken and Green To...

In the fall, when the frost is threatening to make off with your last not-yet-ripe tomatoes, pick them like mad, then make this riff on p...

by Scott Daigre and Jenn Garbee


Coconut Chicken with Cashews

This is an adaptation of a traditional Bora Muslim recipe that I learned from my friend Mustafa, a Bora from Bombay who lives just around...

by Suvir Saran and Stephanie Lyness


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