8 Exciting (Yes, Exciting) Boneless Chicken Breast Recipes
If we had to guess, we’d guess there’s a package (or two…or four…) of boneless, skinless chicken breasts in your freezer right now. And we bet that you also have a regular rotation of tried-and-true recipes for these dinnertime staples, predictable and (dare we say it?) perhaps even a little boring.
Well, we’re here to encourage you to keep stocking up on chicken breasts — but you can kiss predictability goodbye.
We’ve got some new, unexpected chicken breast recipes for you to try, each one delicious, fun and wholly creative. From a chicken mac and cheese to a proscuitto-wrapped chicken stuffed with mozzarella and herbs to even a Mediterranean chicken “pizza,” these recipes have only one thing in common: chicken breasts. In fact, these boneless chicken breast recipes are so varied, we’re pretty certain you could serve them one after the other and never hear the groan, “We’re having chicken again.”
Grilled chicken gets a burst of flavor from a traditional Indian spice blend. Serve these pitas with saffron rice for a delicious Indian-inspired dinner.
Adding chicken to everyone’s favorite comfort food is a great way to give mac and cheese both protein and extra flavor. Because it can be assembled in advance, this casserole is a great choice for a potluck or party.
Classic fish and chips get a Cajun twist in this easy-to-prepare dinner. A tangy dipping sauce is a cool compliment to the spicy coating on the chicken breasts.
This showstopper chicken dish is a delicious medley of flavors, thanks to fresh basil, creamy mozarella and the crisp saltiness of grilled proscuitto. Despite how complex this recipe sounds, it takes only 30 minutes to prepare.
Kids and adults alike are sure to love this chicken “pie,” thanks to the flaky puff pastry. Dijon mustard adds a delicately spicy flavor to the chicken and spinach filling.
Mediterranean Pizza Skillet
This zesty medley of Mediterranean flavors (juicy tomatoes, ripe olives and tangy feta) is truly a one-dish wonder: just a half hour to make!
A delicately flavored cousin of regular onions, leeks are an elegant addition to this casserole. Sophisticated comfort food? Who knew!
The name may sound intimidating, but this Cajun dish is actually just a wonderfully flavored chicken stew served over rice. If you can’t find andouille sausage, you can substitute any hot Italian or other smoked pork sausage.
No bones about it —
Dinner is solved when you explore all our boneless chicken breast recipes!