See our top 20 chicken recipes, including a lemon roast chicken, chicken, bacon and mushroom pie and spicy Spanish chicken with beans.
See our top 20 chicken recipes, including this spicy Spanish chicken with beans, lemon roast chicken and chicken, bacon and mushroom pie.
is one of the most versatile meats. Roast a whole chicken, go for
cheaper cuts like chicken thighs or chicken wings or learn how to make
the most of succulent chicken breast.
Click through to see our essential chicken recipes…
Lemon chicken stir-fry with noodles is quick and easy to make, with gentle flavours the whole family will enjoy.
Love a Sunday roast? This roat chicken recipe is light and zesty, with a fresh citrus flavour. Great to give your Sunday roast a twist.
If you own a slow cooker, this slow cooked chicken stew will fall off the bone and make perfect comfort food for September.
Si and Dave’s chicken bake only has 370 calories a serving but is packed with flavour, with meaty chicken thighs, red pepper and chorizo.
This delicious stuffed chicken breast recipe by Mary Berry (yes, she doesn’t just make cakes!) is a delicious way to make the most out of this very popular cut of chicken.
Get the kids cooking this September by making these chicken and apple balls by Annabel Karmel. They’re really simple to make and ideal for using up leftover chicken. Serve as a snack or party food with tomato sauce for dipping.
Try light and healthy garlic and thyme chicken with vegetable penne that takes just 20 minutes to make, infused with chilli, thyme and lemon juice.
Classic chicken, bacon and mushroom plate pie is one of our favourites. With a rich, buttery pastry topping and a flavoursome chicken filling, this pie is ready in an hour and a half and is well worth the wait. It’s the perfect treat when the weather starts to get colder.
This light chicken tagine serves four and works out at only 340 calories per serving, making it a healthy option this month. The homemade tagine is made with Moroccan spice mix, garlic and tomato puree, which gives each chicken breast plenty of flavour.
Jo Pratt’s chicken, broccoli and rosemary risotto makes an easy midweek meal that’s ready in just 30 minutes.
Try something new this month by making homemade Kentucky fried chicken. It’s easier than you may think, with each cut of chicken seasoned with paprika, cumin and coriander for an intense flavour.
Make a protein packed bowl of homemade chicken soup. Serve as a light dinner or filling lunch with a hunk of bread. This recipe is great for using up leftover chicken and vegetables from Sunday’s roast dinner.
Delicious maple glazed chicken with butternut squash uses chicken legs, which makes it a very affordable meal. Each portion works out at only 318 calories per serving.
A family-friendly creamy spinach chicken pasta bake ready in just 25 mins, this delicious bake brings tagliatelle, single cream and tender chicken pieces together to make one mouth-watering dinner.
Give classic chicken and chips a makeover with this chicken escalope with sweet potato crisps recipe topped with a herby sauce. Serve with fresh greens and enjoy.
Mild-flavoured chicken and bold, fiery chorizo make one delicious flavour combination and go perfectly with pasta. No wonder this is one of our most popular recipes!
Fancy something different for lunch? How about a Coronation chicken sandwich? This classic is really easy to make and a great way of using up any leftover chicken you might have in the fridge. Choose white or brown bread and finish with a generous helping of this classic sandwich filling.
It’s curry without the calorie overload! Put down that takeaway menu and make Slimming World’s easy and filling chicken and potato curry instead. Serve with brown rice and a simple raita made with plain low-fat yogurt and diced cucumber.
Get the recipe: Slimming World’s chicken and potato curry
This classic chicken casserole is a hearty, family meal with tender chicken pieces, plenty of veggies like mushrooms, celery and onion and a rich chicken based stock. This dish is the ultimate comfort food for September.