Chicken, again?!? If you've ever heard this refrain, it's time to shake up
the menu. There are literally thousands of recipes for this tasty, versatile
and healthy meat.
The first thing to do is make sure you're buying the best chicken,
storing it properly and using techniques that keep it moist.
Tyson's Recipe Page offers hundreds of recipes
and a classroom where you can learn how to buy, bone, store and grill
chicken. At Yumyum.com, Mitzi Perdue of Perdue Chicken
tells you "All
You can often save five to ten cents per pound when you cut your own
There are two basic methods. University of Nebraska's
The Cut Up Chicken
Part 1 shows how to cut the chicken into
breast with ribs, wings, thighs with back and drumsticks, while
The Cut Up Chicken Part 2
shows how to leave the ribs and back as separate pieces. Both show
photographs of each step.
Chicken provides a versatile canvas for Italian, Chinese, French, Thai,
Indonesian, Jamaican and more. The possibilities are endless.
Poultry recipes from Diana's Kitchen
take you to the South with Gulf House Chicken Croquettes, Key Lime Chicken and Southern
Fried Chicken. Epicurious' All Out Chicken
offers more than 600 chicken recipes, as well as links to advice on
leftovers, time-savers, improving flavor and more.
If you're looking for convenience,
recipes that take less than 30 minutes or contain fewer than five
find recipes that freeze well. And what could be easier than
When the local grocery store has thighs and wings on sale, visit
Meals For You, where you'll find recipes sorted by part.
Lots of tomatoes or zucchini growing in
the garden? Search for recipes using chicken plus a specific ingredient at