A slightly sweet and tangy sauce gives this lemon chicken incredible flavor. It's mild enough for the kids, yet interesting enough for the adults in the family.
Unlike many of the recipes in this collection, this one does not use boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Rather, it uses whole, skin-on chicken breasts and when they are baked, they become wonderfully browned and crispy.
The secret is a simple garlic butter mixture rubbed under the skin.
Serve with oven roasted potatoes and green beans.
This is a classic chicken parmesan recipe that goes great with angel hair pasta or spaghetti. If you kids like spaghetti and meatballs, they'll love this chicken parmesan.
For this simple, 5-ingredient, chicken pieces are covered in a savory barbecue sauce then slow baked in a low-temperature oven for an incredibly juicy and flavorful chicken the whole family will enjoy.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts are topped with a sweet orange marmalade and mayonnaise coating, then covered with crushed pretzels in this sweet-salty chicken dish the kids will love.
This recipe uses boneless chicken thighs, because they're cheaper and juicier than chicken breasts. But either would work fine. As the reviewers suggested, this is one of those easy recipes you can play with, adding a dash of basil here or a hint of garlic there, depending on your mood.
These crispy chicken tenders taste every bit as crunchy and delicious as fried chicken strips, but they are baked. Kids of all ages seem to love these chicken tenders, so don't be surprised if they ask you to make this recipe again and again.
Kids love eating with their hands, and this recipe is ideal for that. It's sweet and saucy and a great alternative to Buffalo wings (no frying!).
Love the taste of fried chicken, but don't want the hassle of messing with all that oil? This oven fried chicken recipe solves the problem -- there's no oil smell in the kitchen and no messy clean-up. And best of all, the crispy coating gives this chicken recipe a lovely crunch.