Savory herbs and sweet, sticky honey turn simple chicken breasts into a deliciously different dinner option.
Though this cooking method has fallen out of favor, chicken in a pot still has appeal. We wanted to revive this satisfying, elegantly simple one-dish meal.
Despite its French name, this hearty stew is built on the familiar flavors of pork, chicken, and beans. Traditional cassoulet takes days of cooking, but we streamlined the recipe for the slow-cooker.
With our recipe, this elegant dinner is accessible any night of the week.
Chicken cooks quickly, making it a challenge for the slow cooker. We devised a way to slow things down enough to produce tender, juicy chicken in a rich, deeply flavored sauce.
Chicken breasts rolled around ham and cheese, breaded and fried: this recipe was once considered the highest form to which chicken could be elevated—but now it seems outdated. We rescued it.