Chicken Breast Marinades
A marinated chicken breast is the great start to a culinary delight. The multifaceted chicken breast can be used in such recipes as Feta-Stuffed Chicken Breasts, Pesto Chicken Breasts with Summer Squash, or Tex-Thai Chicken Breasts.
This easy marinade is also good for fish and seafood.
A trio of spices--curry powder, ginger, and cumin--proovide an exotic flavor to chicken. Because the vivid colors of fresh spices may stain your fingers, consider wearing plastic gloves before working with this rub.
A purchased bread shell topped with peppery chicken, a blend of two cheeses, and a sprinkling of nuts makes a sophisticated pizza.
This quick and easy mustard-based marinade pairs well with chicken and is ready in the time it takes you to stir together a few ingredients.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
This simple marinade adds a boost of flavor to chicken. Two hours is long enough to marinate. If chicken sits too long in the mixture, the acid in the lemon may toughen it.
This colorful grilled chicken sandwich is a great main dish recipe year round. Grilled bread is spread with semisoft cheese and topped with roasted red sweet peppers and basil.
An easy marinade that's seasoned with Italian herbs and garlic makes this chicken a must at your next backyard cookout.
A sprightly lemon dressing seasoned with fresh dill and basil makes a delightful sauce for these grilled chicken breast halves.
To transform this dish into a salad, slice the grilled chicken breasts and arrange them on shredded lettuce. Top with the avocado mixture and add some shredded cheese.
A snappy Dijon-style mustard glaze tops off these juicy chicken breasts. Serve them for dinner with brown rice or multigrain pasta.
Chicken tenders are marinated in Italian dressing, then coated in bread crumbs and grilled. They're served with a side dish of sauteed mushrooms, garlic, and prosciutto.
Marinating baked chicken with wine, balsamic vinegar, tarragon, and lemon peel gives it a refreshing summer flavor. Serve this cool salad on hot summer nights.
Marinating is a healthy way to add terrific flavor to foods. It also adds a make-ahead step to a recipe. Marinate the meat in the morning, then cook it at night.
This warm main dish salad provides a healthy helping of antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables--oranges, napa cabbage, green cabbage, and sugar snap peas.