I need chicken recipes, the more simplier the better.. I have two bags of boneless skinless breast

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      I’m in need of some easy chicken recipes! I have two bags of boneless, skinless chicken breasts, and I’m looking for straightforward and delicious meal ideas. Whether it’s baked, grilled, or sautĂ©ed, I’d love to hear your favorite recipes.

      Your suggestions are greatly appreciated!

      #94277 Reply

        Crock pot with a can of corn. That’s it. Pretty tasty.

        #94278 Reply

          Buffalo chicken in crockpot- 1 small bottle wing sauce, one packet Hidden valley ranch and one pound boneless chicken breast. Put all in crockpot together cook low 4-5 hours.

          #94279 Reply

            BBQ- just bake and the last 10-15 minutes, baste with BBQ sauce.

            Sour Cream- Mix 1 can of Cream of chicken soup, and 1 16 oz. container of sour cream. Spray or butter baking dish. Place chicken breasts in bottom and pour sauce on top.

            Bake chicken and cut up into bite sized pieces. Mix with BBQ sauce (gently or chicken will fall apart). Great for BBQ sandwiches! Also, Chicken Melt sandwiches. For a couple of breasts cut into bite sized piecesces, I add: 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese, chopped green onion (optional), 3/4 cup of mayonnaise. Mix gently, but well. Put on slices of bread (open-faced) and broil about 3-4 minutes in a broiler. Check often. When cheese is melted well, they are done. These are delicious!! I used pretty much any bread…regular sliced, Texas toast, French bread, hot dog or hamburger buns, or bagels.

            Suggested: I have wanted to use a rotisserie chicken carcass from Costco to make broth but never have!

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              We call it Salsa Chicken: mix together some salsa of choice, brown sugar and a little mustard. Pour over top of the chicken breast and bake until chicken is cooked through.

              #94281 Reply

                Place chicken breast on large aluminum foil square. Generously spoon salsa over breast. Fold square to completely seal chicken inside and bake. When finished, remove it from the foil, spoon on a little more salsa, and top with cheese. Then pop in the microwave to melt cheese. You can put it back in the oven, but the microwave is just faster.

                I serve with “mexicorn” (several brands sells this) and cornbread. Easy peasy.

                #94282 Reply

                  Make a thick stew and top with a pie crust or biscuits and you have chicken pot pie.

                  Chicken, cream soup, sour cream and broccoli over baked potatoes is a family favorite here.

                  #94283 Reply

                    Bake them in the oven, 350° till juices run clear. I rub mine with mayo, then coat with crumbs – bread crumbs, cracker crumbs, crumbs from potato chips, funyans, cheetos, pork rinds, what ever you have laying around. Good way to finish those bags.

                    #94284 Reply

                      I am making Chicken Alfeado today in the crock pot – chicken breasts Alfrado sauce (not sure of spelling) frozen brocoli. I think someone had posted a bunch of crock pot recipes a bit ago and I saved that one. Looks good but haven’t tried it before.

                      #94285 Reply

                        2-21/2 lbs chicken breast, put in crockpot(I just use frozen, they may need thawed enough to fit), 2 pkgs(8 oz each) cream cheese, 1 envelope Ranch dressing and about 2 tsps salt free onion herb or garlic herb seasoning, & black pepper. Cook on low 7 to 8 hrs or high for 4 to 5 hrs.

                        Shred chicken and return to cooker long with 1 lb cooked pasta- bowtie, penne or rigatoni work well. Or as an alternative, when returning chicken to pot, add 12 oz cooked and crumbled bacon and 2 c shredded cheddar or cheddar combo cheese. Serve on buns.

                        Have you seen: Do y’all think chicken salad can be frozen?

                        #94286 Reply

                          1) Boil chicken until tender. Remove chicken from water. Cook rice in same water. Shred chicken and return to pot. You do not have to wait for rice to be done. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Ready when rice is tender.

                          2 Cut chicken in bite size pieces. Wash and cut potatoes to roughly equal amounts of chicken and potatoes. Can add cut up carrots or broccoli if you like. Drizzle with olive oil. Add salt l, pepper, Italian seasoning. Stir to coat all pieces with oil. Spread out in a cake pan. Cover with foil and cook at 350 for about 40 minutes. Check potatoes for softness. If potatoes are to desired softness, Sprinkle with shredded cheese and crumbled bacon. Return to oven until cheese melts.

                          #94287 Reply

                            Pound out 4-6 chicken breasts, so slightly flattened. Mix 1cup apricot jam, 1 envelope dry onion soup mix, 1cup clear French dressing. Pour over chicken breasts. Bake 350 for about 50 minutes.

                            #94288 Reply

                              Chicken Alfredo, Chicken Dijon, Chicken Bacon Artichoke Pasta, Chicken Tuscan Pasta, Chicken Enchiladas, Chicken Quesadillas, Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole, Chicken Pot Pie, Chicken Caesar Salad, Chicken and White Bean Chili.

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                                Cut into small chunks. Stir fry with onions if you like onions. Add a brick (8oz) of cream cheese and melt. Makes excellent tacos or burritos!

                                #94290 Reply

                                  Sticky chicken. Sauté chicken in some oil. When the chicken is close to done mix brown sugar, soy sauce, honey and hot sauce together in a bowl. You can add garlic and ginger if you have it. Pour the mixture over the chicken and heat until the sauce gets thick and coats the chicken.

                                  You can use any cut of chicken. If I’m in a hurry I cut the chicken into bite sized pieces so it will cook faster.

                                  #94291 Reply

                                    She pin meal. Put your chicken in any kind of vegetables, you like, sprinkle with olive oil, and lots of your favorite seasonings, put it in the oven for about 35 minutes or when you’re sure the chicken is done. Delicious and very little work.

                                    #94292 Reply

                                      Parmesan Crusted Chicken. In a small bowl, mix 1/2 cup mayo (I use light mayo) 1/4 cup grated Parmesan and whatever seasonings you like (sometimes I use garlic powder, sometimes Dan-O’s spicy, sometimes camp mix or whatever I feel like using).

                                      Pound out chicken to an even thickness and place in a baking pan. Spread the mayo mixture over the chicken and sprinkle panko crumbs on top. Bake at 350F for 30-40 minutes depending on thickness.

                                      Delicious and easy!

                                      #94293 Reply

                                        A favorite…sounds a tad daunting but trust me it’s not!!!

                                        Take a Chix breast and make a slit in the thick part of the breast. Carefully Use ur fingers to make it larger …insert ur fav flavors:
                                        – Artichoke and cheese.
                                        – Tomato slice and cheese.
                                        – Ham and cheese.
                                        – Ham Va and artichoke.

                                        You get the idea… you don’t put a ton in – Just enuf for flavor!! Sprinkle with Italian spices u can wrap in foil and bake for individual servings….if u do that pit potato slices under it for a “complete” packet.

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