Recipe of the Day: Herb-Roasted Chicken With Melted Tomatoes
You can't go wrong with chicken for a simple weeknight meal. Here are a few tried-and-true chicken recipes from Ellie Krieger -- all of which come in under 400 calories and 15 grams of fat per serving.
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You can never have too many yummy chicken recipes. A lean protein, chicken is packed with energy-boosting B-vitamins and the mineral selenium (which research may help stave off cancers, according to some research). Don’t forget to remove the skin before digging in to get rid of most of the artery-clogging saturated fat.
Garlic, lemon and orange infuse this chicken with colossal flavor. Roasting a whole chicken might sound daunting, but make it for dinner on a Sunday night and have leftovers for lunch all week.
Check out Food Network's top five chicken cacciatore recipes, made with a classic combination of onions, bell peppers and tomatoes.
For a change of pace, try chicken, lamb, beans or seafood as the main attraction in your stew. Stews contain a variety of veggies -- carrots, potatoes, onions and celery -- that add immune-boosting vitamins, an extra boost for the cold and flu season that's coming.
If you're already prepping a menu for your Super Bowl bash, add these nibblers to your list. The zesty kabobs cook up nicely on an indoor grill pan and will leave your guests thinking of summer barbecues, not winter's chilly temperatures.
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