Chicken breat recipies

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  1. Bear Klaw

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    I am in need of some basic ingredants i can use on chicken to make it taste good. Chicken alone rarly has a taste to me, and i have a hard time eating it.
     
  2. Skeletor

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    mmmmmmmmm chicken breat
     
  3. BillyJackNCoke

    BillyJackNCoke I've got something to say, I raped your mother tod

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    I use salt free lemon pepper seasoning
     
  4. pokpok

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    i use buffalo sauce marinate...but thats not basic :o
     
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    bbq sauce
     
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    its all about keeping the chicken juicy and good seasoning. Go get some mccormick spices. I use chicken rub allot , sometimes mexican spices, asain, sometimes garlic onion, maybe il even make my own sometimes. Basically gto start buy 5-6 of mccormick spices for chicken and pick when you are prepping . . . Cut the chicken into strips about 5 minutes (2.5 minutes per side) into cooking to check how cooked it is, then rotate it on its side on the grill or foreman and finish for 1 minute until the pink is gone . Done pull it off the grill. Serve with a salad or your veggies .

    I finish it off by putting some light bbq sauce, hot sauce, soy sauce, honey mustard, or i make a sauce for it . . .


    Try this sauce :

    1.5 cups of BBQ sauce (pick your favorite)
    8 oz can of pinnapple juice (dole or whatever)
    1/2 table spoon of dry mustard
    1/2 table spoon of ground cinnamon
    dash of pepper

    Mix it together . . . let it stand, its a very thin sauce , it can be used as a marinade or a sauce. Store it in a rubermade, now you have a tasty zesty sauce.

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  7. Shift_

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    i throw mine on the foreman grill, pour some Frank's hot sauce around and i'm good to go.
     
  8. Plan B

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    I throw spices on the chicken and broil it :dunno:
     
  9. Bear Klaw

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    if i just cook chicken breast, i cant even swallow it, it has no taste to me and my body acts like it isn't food and i have a hard time swallowing it
     
  10. MaineSucks

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    marinate it
     
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    I find those seasonings and the lemon in them taste a bit strange.

    I'd rather just grind a garlic pepper grinder seasoning from mccormick over the chicken and squeeze a fresh lemon over it.
     
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    sounds like your overcooking it, and it's drying out
     
  13. disblohs

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    I bake mine and throw Mccormick spices on top of it and I hate it. I need to start marinading it, but I don't want the added calories.
     
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    i love chicken breast...i can chew that shit like bubble gum:drool:
     
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    time to fire up the gman grill
     
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    I sautee it on the stove with veggies and low carb bbq sauce.
     
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    for those with the georgefor gril.. how do you prevent your chicken from burning ?

    whenever i leave the top lid closed for more than 5 minutes the breast starts to blacken so i just leave it open
     
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    low fat cream of chicken, mustard, garlic
     
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    Try this:

    Stuffed Chicken breast

    Ingredients:

    Chicken breasts
    Roasted red pepper (you can buy these sliced in a jar)
    Athenos lowfat Feta cheese tomato and basil flavor
    Italian seasoning
    Ground Pepper

    Take an uncooked chicken breast, butterfly it open.

    Place 3 slices of roasted red pepper inside one side of the breast.

    Take a couple of small slices of feta cheese and place on top of the roasted red pepper.

    Fold the chicken back over so that the breast is now closed.

    Now sprinkle the Italian seasoning on one side of the chicken breast.

    Then sprinkle ground pepper on the same side.

    Place in a baking dish and heat in the oven on 400 degrees for about 30-35 minutes (I have an old oven so mine takes longer).
     
  20. pokpok

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    mine never burns..

    i just leave the breast on the grill until the indicator light shuts off and the breast is perfectly cooked
     
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    usually just soak it in whatever sauce i have :mamoru:
     
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    Mine doesn't burn. 5 minutes at 375. Comes out perfect every time. You could try flipping the chicken half way thourgh. I used to do that, but have found that it isn't really neccessary.
     
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    I've used lots of different ones - Teriaki, Mesquite, Lemon Pepper, simple Italian Dressing.

    I've also done BBQ sauce or grilled it with some mexican seasonings. I've baked it in a maranara souce and added some pasta. Stir fry it with some vegetables and soy sauce and add some rice. Chicken breast is great, you can do so much with it.
     
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    just leave it open and flip after a few minutes on each side

    if you want to leave it close, just cook on low or med. ...it'll just take longer
     
  25. kamiraa

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    use chicken that is fully defroasted, from the fridge not freezer. Warm up the grill. when the light goes out on the gman grill then your ready, drop your shit on there. 2.5 - 2.75 minutes , flip it , 2.5-2.75 minutes. Cut it into strips, rotate on its side, cook for 1 minute or so. Its done, pull it off! You will have juicey chicken, trust me. Im a foreman master.
     
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