A classic French dish, Coq au Vin, translates to "rooster in wine." It involves braising chicken, typically a rooster or hen, in red wine with mushrooms, onions, bacon, and herbs, creating a rich, flavorful stew.
While its origins are debated, this creamy and mildly spiced curry dish is immensely popular in the UK. Tender chicken pieces are marinated in yogurt and spices, then grilled and simmered in a tomato-based creamy sauce.
A staple in Filipino cuisine, Chicken Adobo consists of chicken pieces marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and bay leaves. It's then simmered until tender, creating a savory, tangy, and slightly sweet flavor.
This Jamaican specialty involves marinating chicken in a spicy mixture made with scotch bonnet peppers, allspice, thyme, garlic, and other seasonings. It's traditionally cooked over a wood fire, resulting in a flavorful and spicy dish.
A Japanese dish consisting of breaded and deep-fried chicken cutlets. It's often served with a tangy tonkatsu sauce, cabbage, and rice. The chicken is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
Found across Southeast Asia, Chicken Satay features skewered and grilled chicken served with a peanut sauce. The chicken is marinated in a blend of spices and coconut milk before grilling, resulting in a fragrant and savory dish.
Also known as "Murgh Makhani," this popular Indian dish involves marinated and grilled chicken cooked in a creamy tomato-based sauce with butter, cream, and various spices, resulting in a rich and flavorful curry.
Originating in Italy but widely popular in many countries, this dish features breaded and fried chicken cutlets topped with marinara sauce, melted cheese (usually mozzarella), and sometimes grated Parmesan. It's typically served with pasta.