Chicken recipes, the Italian way

Chicken gets a bad rap at the best of times. But when it's cooked as the Italians do, things become a lot more interesting...

Stefano Manfredi's Roman-style chicken
Chicken gets a bad wrap for being the boring protein choice, but cooked the Italian way, things become a lot more interesting. Guy Grossi's chicken agrodolce sees Marylands braised in the sweet-and-sour goodness of Sicily's famous sauce; while Stefano Manfredi's taps into central Italy with his recipe for Roman-style chicken simmered with tomatoes, capsicums and a lick of white wine.
Seeking pasta? Head to our recipes for chicken brodo with artichoke tortellini, or the rigatoni with chicken ragù and green sauce. You won't regret it.