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The Best Chicken Recipes of All Time

Best Ever Chicken Recipes from Top Food eems all over the web, some of the top searches for dinner recipes are for chicken. I can see why – chicken is super versatile, can hold up to lots of different flavor profiles and doesn’t take a ton of time, as you’ll see in the 35 Chicken Recipes I’m sharing below. First I’m sharing the top five chicken dinner recipes from my site, then you’ll see 30+ chicken recipes from other top food bloggers. These are the best of the best – the highest ranked and pinned readers’ favorites from each site. Enjoy!

Birria Tacos Recipe

What are Birria Tacos? Birria tacos, if you haven’t heard of them yet all over social media and the internet, is traditionally an addictive sweet, sour, slightly spicy, and utterly savory Mexican beef stew that’s slow cooked until the beef is tender and fall-apart juicy and delicious. Someone had the bright idea to stuff this beefy goodness into a taco shell, and then dip the whole mess into the stew and fry it up. They blew up after that, and the rest is history. But unlike most fad foods, Birria tacos are so good you’ll be making them every week.   Because Steph still has RSI, I’ve been making all our dinners while we chat and watch youtube each night, and in our house that always means taco nights. While my go-to tacos are Steph asked to mix things up a bit with something a little more modern, and suggested birria tacos. It was so good and so simple I think this just jumped to the top of my list for all of our future taco nights. The best birria tacos are dipped in the stew and then

Sweet and Sour Chicken

       Forget calling for take out: make this easy hands off, healthier, and      cheaper homemade sweet and sour chicken instead. It was kind of surprising to me that sweet and sour chicken is way more popular than sweet and sour pork. Maybe because sweet and sour pork is definitely what I grew up with. But, pork or chicken, this sweet and tart sauce is so GOOD with fluffy white rice. Forget takeout or delivery, this is better. Why this sweet and sour chicken recipe Baking your chicken isn’t quite the same as deep frying, but for the lack of effort it takes, it’s amazing. The chicken ends up juicy with the slightest bit of crispiness thanks to a cornstarch coating. Besides no cleanup, no expensive oil to throw away, and no splatter, this is also way better for you, so you can feel good about eating it every night, and you’re going to want to. It tastes just as good as the deep fried version with none of the guilt. How to make sweet and sour chicken Preheat  your oven to 450ºF and seas