I'm not really sure what you mean by "best" but one thing I like to do is bake chicken breasts. Often, I will bake a baking sheet or two of chicken breasts. The are rather plain, but there is something comforting in their simplicity.
What I really like about this, though, is that I can freeze them. They are then on hand to add to other recipes and whip up a quick meal. I'll cube the chicken and add to spaghetti or fetuccini, or with broccoli and rice. You can make chicken salad or panini. VERY versatile!
Preheat oven to 350. Place boneless chicken breasts (thawed) on a oiled baking sheet, the kind w/ a lip. Squeeze the juice of a fresh lemon over the chicken, sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Bake 20 minutes at 350; turn and bake another 15 or 20 minutes.
Drizzle virgin oil on skin, season with salt, pepper, and a nice generous helping of paprika. Then, use sharp knife, and stab right through the leg in a couple of the thicker parts, to ensure chicken leg will cook thoroughly.
Put on baking tray in pre-heated oven, middle shelf, for about 30/40 mis...
Yummy finger licking good
Depending on size of leg, may need longer...
Chicken Korma is delicious,
Lemon Chicken chinesse style is amazing too
If you are trying to make pre-cooked chicken for other recipes (such as seasoned chicken in tacos) I like to poach chicken breasts. Just fill a pot with water, add onion, celery, garlic or whatever veggies you have laying around (not necessary but it adds a good flavor to the chicken) and your chicken breasts and boil until the chicken is no longer pink in the middle.
i love doing sesame chicken or parmesan chicken..i have a great easy recipe you should check out for chiken
by Jami Johnson 5 years ago
Do you prefer chicken breasts or chicken thighs?Let's face it everyone loves breasts, but when it comes to that fat that lies on the thighs, most of us can't help ourselves. So which do you prefer, chicken breasts or chicken thighs? (I'm talking about food and cooking here people).
by carol stanley 6 years ago
i had a warning on a hub I was working on for chicken breasts . I got a warning that all advertising was going to be eliminated. I eliminated the word breast and the warning went away. I have done several chicken breast recipes without problems.
by sunbun143 6 years ago
What is your best method and recipe for cooking Vietnamese-style beef pho noodle soup?
by Peeples 3 years ago
Do you have a favorite boneless chicken breast recipe?I'm looking for something new but there are too many recipes to choose from. anyone have any favorites they'd be willing to share?
by Kim Kennedy 2 months ago
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by anita59 7 years ago
how do you make 12 spice chicken pasta or any spicey chicken pasta with alfredo saucei like the 12 spice chicken from ocharleys but cant find recipe
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