This beer can chicken recipe is so easy, you'll want to try no matter what the season. A simple rub and thyme sprigs enhance the natural flavor of chicken, which slow roasts on the grill with partial lid cover. Be sure to carve and serve the whole bird immediately — meat should fall right off the bone!
With just 5 minutes of prep and little mess, this dinner will be ready when you get home from a long day of work or family activities. The whole family is going to love this sweet, sticky and spicy wing. Pair it with a bagged salad, fresh veggies or rice for a well-rounded and filling meal. To batch prep, double up on ingredients and divide into separate freezer bags. Let bags sit in the fridge overnight to marinate and then pop them in the freezer. When you’re ready to cook, defrost bag and cook according to directions below or add frozen ingredients to a slow cooker and cook all day.
This may be the best turkey recipe ever! Why? Because it's easy -- the perfect recipe for someone who is roasting turkey for the first time. A mixture of oil and herbs coats the skin and lends flavor and moisture as the turkey slow roasts in the oven. Basting during the second half of the cooking process also infuses the whole bird with flavor. A classic main dish for the holidays!
Who doesn’t love bruschetta? This chicken recipe is a great option if you are looking for a “lite” meal and can be made low carb/keto and low calorie by omitting the bread crumbs and cooking in olive oil. This meal can go from fridge to table in as little as 20 minutes and is a great option for the whole family — even your picky eaters as you can easily skip the bruschetta. For a more filling meal, add chicken on top of hot pasta that has been coated in olive oil and fresh garlic. If you don’t have tomato bruschetta on hand, you can easily make your own by combining a can of diced tomatoes with juices, olive oil, chopped garlic and fresh Italian herbs.