Whole chicken = whole lotta meals.
Satisfy those fried-food cravings without, you know, the fried food.
Is there anything better than fried chicken — especially in the summer?
Billy Dec cooks up braised chicken adobo and uses the leftovers to make crispy corn fritters and egg-topped fried rice.
David Burtka cooks up delicious roast chicken and uses the leftovers to make cheesy enchiladas and tater tot-topped chicken pot pie.
Siri Daly turns ground chicken into smoky barbecue burgers, Asian-style lettuce cups and chili for delicious dinners all week long.
Foil-packet cooking isn't just for camping anymore! Easy prep and cleanup make them great for weeknight meals.
Cook once, have healthy meals all week.
Anthony Scotto fries up perfectly crispy chicken cutlets and uses them to make a hearty vegetable soup and easy rigatoni pasta dinner.
Set it and forget it!
Plus, get Kevin Curry's three commandments of meal prep.
Baking a chicken shouldn't be intimidating! Learn how to master this essential cooking skill.
Alon Shaya roasts the perfect chicken and makes the most of the leftovers with a tahini chicken salad and citrusy arugula salad.
Bring the restaurant home with Adam Richman's mom's recipe for chicken marsala.
Celebrate the changing of the seasons with autumn-inspired fried chicken brined in tea and sweet potato souffles in orange cups.
Five ingredients, no oven: Sunny Anderson knows what an end-of-summer dinner should look like.
Make a dinner the whole family will love with bacon-wrapped chicken tenders, a crispy sweet potato bake and a veggie-filled Moroccan salad.
Savor the flavors of summer with Mexican street corn-inspired pizza and barbecue chicken with fresh salsa verde.
Say bye bye to overcooked poultry with these simple grilling and barbecue techniques.
Serve a healthy meal thats quick, easy and the whole family will enjoy with marinated lime-basil chicken and Brussels sprouts with lemon and Parmesan.
Chef Lorena Garcia cooks up chicken chicharrón with smothered onions and a crunchy kale slaw with zesty lime.
Camila Alves is getting ready for grilling season with marinated chicken, pineapple and veggie kebabs and an easy spinach salad with fresh fruit and nuts.
Joanna Gaines makes comfort food easy and quick with one-pot chicken pot pie, buttermilk biscuits, strawberry shortcake and cheesy scalloped potatoes.
Nigella Lawson makes one-pan chicken with peas and olive oil chocolate mousse for a quick, easy and flavorful weeknight meal.
Siri Daly shares her recipes for crispy and juicy fried chicken and spicy baked sweet potatoes for a quick and easy dinner.
Sunny Anderson makes the TODAY hosts' Southern favorites, including crispy fried chicken, bananas foster breakfast casserole and savory spoon bread.
Make Super Bowl Sunday fun and delicious with upgraded Buffalo wings, sloppy Joes, guacamole and deviled eggs.
Keep dinner quick, easy and healthy with a delicious dairy-free, 7-layer chicken casserole and one-pan mustard crusted salmon with roasted veggies.
Stick to your resolutions and enjoy a delicious dinner with lightened-up lemony chicken piccata and crisp sautéed broccolini with garlic.
Make healthy chicken meatballs two ways with Katie Lee's classic Italian and red curry and coconut milk recipes.
Siri and Savannah take over the TODAY kitchen to make simple roast chicken with pancetta, spaghetti squash with fresh basil pesto and easy vinaigrette.
Make your game-day spread memorable with crab and avocado loaded potato skins, a crab dip-filled crescent, spicy seared chicken and creamy, cheesy grits.
Serve creamy crab dip, crispy chicken sliders and cheesy cheddar biscuit sandwiches with ham and pepper jelly for great game-day grub.
Take a culinary trip to Eastern Europe with recipes for crispy sumac cauliflower bites and roasted chicken cooked using an ancient technique.
Keep prep time to a minimum on game day with quick, easy and delicious pierogi nachos and ginger ale-braised chicken.
Had your fill of chicken breasts but still want poultry for dinner tonight? Try one of these recipes for super-tender chicken thighs.
Dr. Oz reveals the best foods to fight pain and inflammation, improve heart health and stabilize your mood.
Make your Rosh Hashanah meal easy and delicious with apple cider roasted chicken, tender beef brisket and no-knead challah bread.
Make restaurant-style creamy spinach and artichoke dip and a Chinese-inspired chicken salad with crispy noodles at home.
Chef Ming Tsai makes kid-friendly fried rice with turkey, crispy chicken strips and strawberry sorbet that are free of gluten and dairy.
Take it easy on Labor Day with Elizabeth Heiskell's sweet and spicy beer can chicken, which can be roasted or grilled.
Get grilling before it's too late with these tasty recipes for grilled chicken, ribs, seafood and even sweet desserts!