8 Chicken Dinners That Are Fit for Fall

Add a bit of fall flair to your chicken with recipes featuring apples, pears and more seasonal produce.

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Looking for more ways to use your fall farmer's market finds? Go beyond pies and sides with these 8 hearty chicken dinners featuring our favorite fall produce.

Cranberries add a fruity tartness to these sweet and sour sticky wings that will have you wondering why you didn’t try this sooner. Be sure to broil the wings before and after glazing for perfectly cooked and crispy wings.

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Pork chops and apples might be a traditional pairing but this five-star recipe proves chicken partners just as well with the sweet fruit.

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Take your drumsticks to the sweet side with an apple-honey sauce, balanced by the flavors of lemon zest and apple cider vinegar.

Pan Roasted Cider Glazed Chicken with Apple Red Chile Mole, as seen on The Bobby and Damaris Show, Season 1.

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Richard Freeda

Bobby Flay incorporates layers of apple flavor into this savory dish with a red chile mole that uses gala apples, apple cider and apple cider vinegar, and a cider-glazed chicken.

Roasted Chicken With Pear Butter and Bourbon Glaze, as seen on Food Network's Southern at Heart, Season 1.

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Damaris Phillips’ recipe takes pears from side dish to main affair with a rich bourbon pear butter glaze.

The sweetness of grapes are balanced out by salty kalamata olives and capers in this pan-roasted chicken dish. Cook it up in an ovenproof skillet in just 40 minutes and serve on a bed of couscous.

Food Network Kitchen’s Quick and Healthy Chicken-Cheese-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes for Healthy Dishes Every Grown Up Needs to Know, as seen on Food Network.

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Tara Donne

Flip the main dish formula by putting sweet potato at the center and stuffing it with chicken and cheese for an easy, healthy dinner done in 20 minutes.

Once more, into the stuffing! Acorn squash fills in for a corn tortilla in this chicken enchilada-stuffed dish.

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