These baked chicken breast recipes will make you salivate and compel you to get cooking a delicious dinner tonight.
My house mates are both vegetarians, and ever since I shifted in with them, all I’ve been eating is veggies, veggies, veggies! Imagine how much I was craving chicken, especially since I don’t eat from outside. After weeks and weeks of trying, I finally got my hands on some lovely fresh chicken breast pieces. But here’s the catch! I have never cooked meat in my life. But that’s when these lovely people came to my rescue with their simple yet mouth-watering recipes.
I cannot thank Kristen enough for letting us in on the secret to the juiciest chicken breast piece that I have ever eaten! I almost felt like a Michelin star chef when I ate it. Even all you diet conscious food loving people can indulge and eat this cause its extra virgin olive oil and its baked! What more could you ask for? The ingredients needed are so minimal, that even if you’re out of groceries but have a few chicken breast pieces left over, you can easily just spend 5 minutes of your time that will lead to one of the best dinners or lunch you would have ever made.
When life gives you lemons, make lemon chicken! I remember sitting in the backyard with my family, eating my mum’s lovely lemon chicken under the warm rays of the beautiful sun. I felt so nostalgic that I couldn’t help but get myself to make some lemon chicken (Couldn’t do it without Tiffany’s help, of course!). The best part of this recipe, is that it takes just 5 minutes of your time and then it’s the oven’s job to get the work done. In the end, you are rewarded with a lip-smacking experience with such minimal effort.
In the mood for eating some comfort food? Well, the first thing that comes to my mind is FRIED CHICKEN! There is nothing that can replace the feeling when you take that first crunchy bite which leads the way to the soft, tender and most succulent meat inside. My mouth is watering just thinking about it! But in the endeavour to become healthy I chose to go with this recipe which removed the “fried” factor but kept me as indulged as any other comfort food would. I know you’re thinking, “Hey, a cup of mayonnaise is not called healthy eating!”. Well, there’s no harm in having a cheat day once in a while, at least it’s baked!
I’m a big lover of the honey and soy sauce combination. I don’t believe it’s the best way to express Asian food, but for me that’s all I crave. This recipe helped me realise how easy it is to prepare it, making me a connoisseur of honey chicken amongst all my friends! It is amazing how such minimal ingredients bring out beautiful flavours that tickle you taste buds, perfect for all those to live lavishly while being on a budget.