10 Autumn-Inspired Chicken Recipes

Last Updated September 19, 2016

September happens to be National Chicken Month, but these 10 recipes with in-season Autumn fruits and vegetables can be enjoyed for months to come.

Chicken and Dumplings with Butternut Squash and Cognac

chicken and dumplings
Depending on where you grew up and how your grandma made it, chicken and dumplings can take on many forms. The broth can be creamy and thick like a casserole or thin like a soup, the chicken varies...

One Tray Herbs de Provence Roast Chicken and Vegetables

herbs de provence roast chicken on one tray
I love walking through the markets in France – smelling the great smells, tasting a bite of cheese and fantasizing about buying an abundance of food and cooking a feast! The chicken always catches...

Flavors of Thailand: Thai Chicken and Rice Soup

Thai Chicken and Rice Soup
Suphan serves this soup to soothe a sore throat or for anyone needing a bit of comfort. Fish salt is available at Asian markets.

Cayenne-Roasted Chicken with Maple-Roasted Acorn Squash, Carrots and Onion

Cayenne-Roasted Chicken with Maple-Roasted Acorn Squash, Carrots and Onion
If you like more spice, kick up the cayenne—or, if you prefer, simply omit it.

Drunken Chicken with Muscadine Grapes and White Wine

drunken chicken
This drunken chicken recipe utilizes a dutch oven allowing the flavors from various ingredients to seep into the chicken making it moist and extra delicious.

Cornish Game Hens, Hot Chicken-Style

This recipe calls for "spatchcocking" the hens. This is an old term that has come back into vogue. It is splitting a small bird down the back, then opening out and flattening the two sides like a book...

Miso-Maple Chicken Wings

All-American chicken wings meet Asian umami—and all-natural, unprocessed sweeteners—to create this addictive sweet-and tangy hors d’oeuvre.

Honey-Sriracha-Teriyaki Drumsticks

Honey Sriracha Chicken Drumsticks
From The Hungry Fan's Game Day Cookbook by Daina Falk, these drumsticks are great as a starter or even as an entrée at your tailgate or watch party.