This is a dish from Singapore made with chicken wings, soy sauce, garlic and aromatic sesame oil; it's irresistible. If possible, cook in a clay pot. You can add sliced potatoes to make it a complete meal.
Cooking with a little wine – in this case the famous dessert wine from Sicily – gives great depth to a sauce: nearly all the alcohol and calories burn away, leaving behind only flavour. This sauce is thickened with a mixture of egg and lemon juice, which is typically Mediterranean and less rich than beurre manié or cream.
Very, very easy! Chicken with soy sauce and Worcestershire. My mum used to make it so often that we gave it this name. It's the easiest weeknight meal when served with rice and peas.
A delicious and exotically spiced chicken; it will entice your taste buds.
Honey, soy sauce and garlic make a terrific marinade and basting sauce for chicken kebabs with your favourite vegetables - try onion, peppers, cherry tomatoes or mushrooms. Barbecue or grill.
This is a terrific rub for chicken just before it's cooked onto the barbecue. It adds flavour, seals in the juices and gives the finished chicken a lot of colour.
Chicken is marinated in olive oil, vermouth and fresh tarragon before grilling, pan frying or barbecuing.
A typical Cajun recipe, this is full of spicy, complex flavours. With lots of rice and vegetables, it is a great dish to make a small amount of meat go a long way, and offers a healthy balance of protein and carbohydrate.
This delicate yet rich-tasting soup is packed with good things, and makes a warming and sustaining main course. Chicken breasts are poached with vegetables, then rice is cooked in the well-flavoured stock. At the last minute, the soup is enriched with eggs and fresh lemon juice in traditional Greek fashion.
Chicken thighs are excellent in a casserole, being very tender and full of flavour. Fresh apricots and a bulb of fennel make good partners, especially when spiced up with cumin. Plain boiled rice, or saffron rice (see the recipe on page 74), would be a good accompaniment, as would boiled new potatoes or baked potatoes.