We have recipes for light chicken salads, chicken satay skewers, chicken liver pate, chicken wings, chicken risotto and plenty more!
A dish I always order for starters, the classic buffalo wings. This is so simple to whip up, and if you don't feel like chicken use it as a dip for the likes of carrot sticks!
This recipe hails from North India. My mum uses just the right amount of spices to suit all. They're great as a main, sandwich filler or for picnics. Leftovers can be frozen.
This poached chicken curry salad makes enough for about 8 people. Serve it on a bed of lettuce or inside vol-au-vents.
An easy soy, honey and garlic marinade makes for deliciously sticky chicken wings.
Lemon zest and crushed cardamom seeds add a lovely flavour to marinated, grilled chicken kebabs, threaded with juicy chunks of fresh pineapple and baby plum tomatoes and served with crunchy pitta crisps.
There's absolutely no added fat in this Chinese-inspired appetiser. Chicken is poached in a ginger-flavoured stock, shredded and tossed with a soy-vinegar dressing and vegetables, then rolled in lettuce leaves.
These delicious Japanese-style bites of chicken speared with green pepper and spring onions can be assembled in advance and then grilled just before serving. For the best flavour, leave the chicken to marinate for several hours or overnight, and remember to soak the skewers first so they do not burn under the grill.
This is a spicy but succulent dish of chicken livers with a chilli and vinaigrette sauce. It contains brandy as the magic ingredient. It is great for a starter or main. Serve with toasted bread or with fresh bread rolls, and watch your guests mop up the gravy with the bread!
Chicken wings in a hot marinade roasted in oven.
Flour tortillas filled with chicken breast, onions, peppers, pico de gallo and cheese.
Feel free to prepare and marinate the wings with salt, pepper, garlic powder and chilli powder a day ahead. The seasonings are according to my preference, please feel free to adjust and let me know how it goes. Oh yeah, my preference of sauce is Linghams Chilli, Garlic & Ginger sauce. But do let me know yours.
We went to Canada and had delicious buffolo wings and decided to make them ourselves, very hot but absolutely scrummy you need to try x
On a recent trip to Bali, my Balinese stepmother, Putu, let me help her prepare chicken - and I furiously committed her 'non-recipe' to memory to bring home. She has a big mortar and pestle for this kind of thing; I don't, so I end up using both sides of my meat mallet; you just want to get the ingredients well combined and at least somewhat reduced in mass. And since they're baked, not deep-fried, they're a (relatively) healthy pile of wings! I particularly like them with roasted sweet potatoes.
I make this pate at my pub and for parties. I am asked for the recipe all the time.
This simple dish is great as a starter or even as a light supper. Enjoy!
Used the spices I had in my cupboard...and they turned out yummy !!! And so cheap to make.
These yummy, spicy wings are delicious. A favourite when watching a match!
Seven different sauces and 21 chicken wings. Sounds like a chore, but it's quite easy to whip up this impressive platter of chicken wings, and you'll have three of each flavour in the end. Second time round you can pick your favourite sauces and simply increase the quantity to make only those that were your favourites!
Easy to make and guests will love these tarts. A friend gave me this recipe, but I changed it somewhat as she used sweetcorn and peas along with other ingredients. I prefer asparagus. You can use a muffin tin or mini tart tins.
These Thai-inspired savoury rolls are simple and delicious. Chicken is blended with Thai seasonings, wrapped in puff pastry and baked to perfection. You can serve these as party nibbles, an appetiser, starter or part of a main course.