Let’s face it, it’s way too easy to slip into the habit of cooking and eating the same meals every week.
While doing so might make things quick and easy when it comes to making a quick family dinner, the repetition can soon become unbearable.
With that in mind, it’s time to try something new and exciting.
Following a Paleo diet doesn’t have to be boring, instead, it can be full of unique flavors and interesting combinations, even when we use basic ingredients.
Something as simple as chicken can be used to make the most amazing paleo dishes.
Today, we want to show you just how much you can do with a versatile ingredient like chicken.
In this post, we’ve listed 15 awesome paleo chicken recipes you can try today.
Whether you want a simple snack, quick lunch, or family dinner, we have something for you.
Let’s get started!
Let’s start with a great family-friendly option that will leave everyone coming back for more.
Perfect for those times your family needs a warm comforting dinner, this noodle dish is wonderfully creamy, fresh, full of flavor, and super easy to make.
Made using 9 ingredients, you only need 30 minutes to make this dish.
Better still, all the ingredients you need are commonly found in the kitchen. Personally, we love the combination of earthy, mild, savory, and spicy flavors this dish offers.
If it’s not already, butter chicken will quickly become one of, if not your favorite Indian dish. This recipe will most likely become your favorite too.
An excellent choice for anyone running short on time, this dinner is easily made by throwing all of the ingredients into a slow cooker (see also ‘15 Awesome Paleo Crockpot Recipes To Try Today‘).
The dish can then be left to cook for almost 5 hours.
The end result is a beautifully tender, juicy chicken, rich creamy sauce, and a dinner loaded with the warm aroma of Indian spices.
Make sure you serve the dish with a slice of naan bread and some fresh basmati rice.
Next up, we have one of the best paleo snacks you can make using chicken.
A winner every time, this recipe helps you make crispy, light, golden-colored chicken fingers and a stunning sesame orange dipping sauce.
The rich, tangy flavors of the dipping sauce might seem like an odd combination with a breaded chicken finger but it just works.
In fact, we’d go as far as saying that it is the most impressive chicken and sauce combination we’ve ever tried.
This chicken burrito casserole recipe from Paleo Running Momma (see also ‘15 Awesome Paleo Casseroles Recipes To Try Today‘) is one of the best paleo chicken family dinner recipes you’ll find.
Loaded with delicious shredded chicken, a creamy dairy-free cashew sauce, salsa, pepper, onions, and cauliflower rice, this dish is both comforting and relatively healthy.
It’s also very simple to make. A lot of people actually like to make this dinner before splitting it up into smaller containers for the week ahead.
You’ll also be pleased to hear that this dish is also keto and Whole30-friendly.
Smooth, creamy, dairy-free, and low in carbs, this is another delicious chicken dish that can be made with ease.
Super meaty and savory, this dish combines the earthy flavor of the mushrooms and the meatiness of the chicken perfectly.
Surprisingly filling, the creamy sauce will ensure you stay full for hours, preventing you from snacking between meals.
This is something those of you following a diet will greatly appreciate.
We found that this dish tastes best when served with paleo noodles.
The next recipe on our list isn’t too dissimilar to the chicken fingers recipe above.
Instead, this recipe uses a sweeter sauce to dip the chicken into.
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this recipe might call for more ingredients but that doesn’t stop it from being easy to make.
In fact, this is a great recipe to get your kids involved with.
Once baked, the chicken tenders are crispy and golden on the outside and soft and light on the inside.
The addition of herbs and seasoning ensures the tenders are full of flavor.
If you’re not in the mood for cooking or simply don’t have much time, give this chicken lettuce wrap recipe a try.
Aside from being extremely easy to make and full of flavor, this recipe is also super healthy (see also ‘15 Awesome Healthy Paleo Recipes You’ll Love‘).
The addition of lettuce instead of tortilla wraps reduces the number of carbs in the dish, making it a perfect choice for anyone following a keto diet.
Want to try something inspired by Korean cuisine?
Don’t look any further than this gorgeous Korean BBQ chicken recipe.
Made in less than 40 minutes using a flavorful marinade, this grilled chicken recipe is packed with fresh and authentic flavors.
Quick and easy, this weeknight recipe calls for chicken thighs, onion, sesame seeds, fish sauce, ginger, and a wide variety of herbs and spices.
The dish tastes great on its own or over a bed of rice and vegetables.
The next recipe we have for you gives you the opportunity to make an authentic Chinese dish at home. The beauty of making this dish from scratch in your kitchen is that you can make it much healthier than the version you buy at a takeaway.
High in protein, the dish goes well with steamed broccoli.
You can expect sweet and savory flavors and a divine crunch from the crispy chicken.
The whole dish only takes 35 minutes to make.
These buffalo chicken meatballs are perfect for family gatherings and parties.
They make a perfect appetizer and can be made in less than 40 minutes. You’ll be pleased to hear that this recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, and low in carbs too.
To make the meatballs, you’ll need 7 basic ingredients.
This includes chicken, onion, salt, flour, garlic, and olive oil.
The recipe also shows you how to make a fresh ranch dipping sauce that your guests will love.
The next recipe on this list is an awesome paleo garlic chicken alfredo recipe (see also ‘15 Awesome Paleo Ground Chicken Recipes For Paleo Lovers‘).
Keeping Italian night going strong, this pasta dish is comforting, filling, and incredibly delicious.
Beautifully creamy, you can pack the pasta with almost any ingredient you like.
However, the recipe calls for onions, garlic, and cashew nuts.
For extra color and flavor, we sometimes like to add bell peppers to the recipe.
Serve the pasta with a homemade garlic baguette and your family will come back asking for more every time.
If you want an even easier slow cooker chicken curry recipe, give this one from One Lovely Life a try.
Packed with authentic Indian flavors, this recipe consists of skinless chicken breast, onion, garlic, ginger, curry powder, coconut milk, salt, cilantro, and basil.
Those are the only ingredients you need to make this fragrant curry.
Once mixed together, you can simply leave the curry in your slow cooker (see also ‘15 Awesome Paleo Slow Cooker Recipes To Try Today‘) and go about the rest of your day. Once cooked, serve the curry with cauliflower rice.
For those cold winter nights, you need a comforting soup recipe to see you through.
This hearty, flavor-packed soup recipe from Foolproof Living is just the recipe you need to try.
A unique twist on a traditional Asian soup, this recipe calls for plenty of vegetables, a rich broth, and potato.
In all honesty, this recipe is more of a stew or casserole than a soup. It’s filling, sweet, spicy, and full of protein.
It’s a great dish the whole family can share.
The penultimate recipe on this list is another chicken soup recipe.
This time, we have a more traditional soup that isn’t as filling.
That doesn’t mean it doesn’t taste amazing though.
Full of shredded chicken vegetables, and a tasty broth, this is a soup recipe that will clear your chest and aid your immune system.
This specific soup recipe is clean, fresh, light, beautifully seasoned, and full of goodness.
What else could we ask for?
We’d like to finish with a delicious paleo chicken and pomelo salad recipe that’s perfect for those times you want a quick, light bite to eat.
Ideal during the summer, this vibrant salad is fresh, healthy, full of flavor, and low in carbs.
This helps make the salad a great option for anyone sticking to a low-carb diet.
One bonus to this recipe is that you can also throw in any leftover veggies you have left.
Just remember to add a dressing to the salad (see also ‘15 Awesome Paleo Salad Dressing Recipes For Paleo Lovers‘) if you want to take things to the next level.
That concludes this post looking at paleo chicken recipes.
In this post, we’ve given you 15 awesome recipes that you can try right now.
We’ve looked at quick and easy recipes that can be cooked in less than half an hour.
We’ve looked at quick snacks that can be made to feed the kids, and we’ve even looked at healthy appetizers that can be made to keep party guests happy.
With our list at your disposal, why don’t you plan out some of the new chicken dishes you want to make?
We’re sure you’ll be happy with whichever recipes you decide to go with.