Boneless Chicken Breasts
With this recipe collection, you'll always find ways to cook boneless chicken breast. From paillards (thin cutlets) in lemon-caper sauce to fried chicken salad, these easy boneless chicken breast recipes will expand your culinary genius.See Popular Boneless Chicken Breasts Recipes
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Whether stuffed, baked, or grilled, we've got the best recipes for boneless, skinless chicken breasts in this yummy collection.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, prepare to face your Greatest Day in Chicken History. It's coming! Coming soon!
If you think the only easy way to sauce up your run-of-the-mill boneless chicken breasts is with a can of condes
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?)
Ah, the boneless chicken breast: so healthy, so light, so versatile ... so boring. Are we right?
Diagnosis: skillet psychosis. You know what we're talking about, right? That feeling you get that if you have to spend one more evening standing over a skillet of boneless chicken breasts, you might just go insane.
After a sold month of daily Christmas cookie recipes, and the usual end-of-year promises made to your muffintop ("I will release you to the wild, my darling food-baby! Fly, be free!"), we thought it was time to get back to reality -- it's a new year, and the only way to make those eat-healthier resolutions stick is to make them delicious.
Wok on, with a Chicken and Potato Stir-Fry -- a hearty, healthy stew of carrots, potatoes, and skinless chicken breasts in an easy, herb-seasoned sauce -- that takes only a half an hour to make. What's not to like? Nothing, because this winter-warming dish delivers everything you want on a busy weeknight, from nutritious ingredients (think carrots, boneless chicken breasts) to wonderful savory flavors worthy of the name "stir-fry stew."
Let's talk turkey--or chicken, the roast turkey feasts being (I hope) out of the way for awhile. I don't need to tell you that stashing a few boneless chicken breasts and thighs in the freezer is a smart time-saver. But interesting?
There's something about a value pack of chicken breasts that reminds us of those terra cotta warriors you sometimes see that have been discovered in one ancient Chinese tomb or another, lined up in pale rows, waiting with dull impassivity to fulfill their destiny. And, frankly, biting into some chicken breasts (um, boneless) can often be almost as bland as mouthful of clay (not that we've actually tasted clay, mind you). In any case, we prefer our chicken breasts with the bone in and the skin on, thank you.
Coq au vin, cordon blue, cassoulet: if the words themselves are delicious to say, then these classic comfort-food dishes are even better. Leave it to the French to raise the lowly chicken to sublime heights. You may rely on boneless chicken breasts for your weeknight dinners, those versatile and easy-to-prepare workhorses of family meals everywhere.
A variation of the classic beef Wellington, this stunning entree stars boneless chicken breasts topped with a mushroom-onion mix and wrapped in tender Pepperidge Farm® Pastry Sheets.
What a great entree to serve to your guests! Chicken breasts top a herbed cream cheese base before being wrapped in puff pastry sheets and baked until golden.
Juicy, nutritious chicken breasts form the basis of my two menus this week. I'll pre-cook extra chicken breasts for the first recipe -- which includes a \pan sauce sweetened with apricots -- to be sure to have enough left for my curried chicken salad lunch the next day. Both of these wonderful recipes are naturally low in calories, too.
Grilled chicken breasts are like summer vacation: There's just nothing not to like about them. (Go on, name one person who doesn't like grilled chicken breasts! You see, you can't.)
This poached chicken breast with apples dish is a really healthy option for your next family dinner. The sauce drizzled over top at the end is made during the process of cooking the entree which saves extra time.
Light mayonnaise keeps this recipe for Bow Tie Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli low in calories. It also makes the sauce creamy and delicious. No doubt about it, if you're looking for a quick and easy dinner on a busy weekday that still provides plenty of nutrition (thanks to broccoli) and protein from lean boneless skinless chicken breasts, this is it.