I made this vinegar-glossed chicken over the weekend . . .wow! This is a fabulous recipe, simple and absolutely delicious! I served it with creamy polenta.
If you haven’t made this yet, do it, and don’t be afraid to test it out on company…it presents beautifully, and they’ll love it!Terri L.
Spiced Roast Chicken
Star Anise and Ginger Braised Chicken
This star anise and ginger braised chicken was absolutely terrific and SO EASY! This will make a regular appearance on my dinner table.Foodelf
Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Fried Chicken
This gluten-free, dairy-free fried chicken was amazing. The chicken was super moist, and the crispy fried coating had everyone oohing and aahing! A keeper, for sure!Ingrid B.
Roast Chicken with Onion Gravy
This fried chicken is a bit different than any other we’ve tried and we loved it. I will definitely be adding this recipe to my collection. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!ellyse
What are the benefits of Bone-In Chicken?
Sure, boneless chicken breasts are quick and easy to cook and make excellent homemade chicken strips. Bone-in chicken tends to get a little overlooked despite being a superhero protein choice. Here are a few reasons that I reach for that package of bone-in breasts instead of boneless when I’m at the supermarket.
- It’s forgiving. It does take a little longer to cook than boneless meat, but it also tolerates overcooking much better and won’t become tough or dried out.
- It’s budget-friendly. You’ll pay significantly less per pound for bone-in meat than boneless. And nowadays, that means so much to all of us.
- It has more flavor. The slower, more even cooking that happens with bone-in chicken results in tender, juicy chicken that packs a bigger wallop of flavor.