Since boneless skinless chicken breasts are both insanely popular and insanely boring on their own, I’m always looking for ways to spice them up with interesting flavor combinations. Here I use two techniques. First, a simple marinade with lime juice and ginger, that gives the chicken a spicy, tangy, umami, flavor.
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How to bake chicken breasts is one of the most common questions I hear from fans, friends, and family. With good reason. Chicken is one of the most common foods on the dinner table, and those boneless skinless breasts, the most common cut of chicken. The sad reality however, is that chicken breasts are also the hardest part of the chicken to cook well.
Grilling season for me, starts with the thermometer starts reading about 40 degrees. And chicken is often the most frequent grilling choice. Not only does the grill give chicken breasts a great flavor (and very cool grill marks if you follow my technique), but the it makes kitchen clean up so much easier…and as a lazy man at heart, I appreciate that more than anything.
I love stuffed chicken breast for its simplicity and step up from the ordinary chicken meal. But lovingly cradle-wrapping the stuffed chicken in bacon adds another level of excitement. Who doesn’t love bacon? I’m going to show you how to make a stuffing out of cheese and spinach, compose the layers into a roll with the bacon, poach it and finish it off on the stove.
Sometimes, in my more reflective moments, I feel a bit bad for the humble chicken thigh. The thigh is one of the most flavorful, tender, and juicy parts of the chicken, but damn if those breasts don’t get all the love. Now, I’ll say up front, I’ve got nothing against the breast.
Knowing How to Roast a Chicken is something everyone should know, and frankly I’d advocate that it be taught in school as part of the standard curriculum.
There's something special about Summer. The air smells cleaner, the wine tastes better, and grass (really is) greener. Why not make sure you've got some great food to celebrate the great weather. Here are five of my favorite summer time dishes!...
I made this Chicken Marinara recipe after thinking about ways I could put a spin on a more traditional chicken parmesan…and I think you’ll notice that it is indeed very similar. Here, I skip the process of breading, and frying up the chicken, which saves a lot of time and effort. But, I still use a combination of a great marinara sauce, some mozzarella cheese, and a good hot over that c
I cook with Mushrooms & Gruyere cheese frequently, and the bring both together for this Sautéed Chicken Breast with Mushrooms & Gruyere. It is a great way to make chicken breasts, which can be a bit boring into something special. To cook the chicken I use the same technique I use for a lot of dishes, simply searing the breasts off in a pan .
Boneless skinless chicken breasts are great for the simple reason that there are hundreds of great recipes for them. This recipe for a Chicken Breast with a Mustard cream sauce is one of my favorites. The chicken breasts are easy to sear off in a pan, until they are just cooked through, with a nice flavorful crust on the outside.
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According to some sources, there are more than 9 Billion (that's Billion with a B) Chickens in the United States! That means the US has more chickens than the world has people! Even, if that estimate is grossly exaggerated and it's actually half, that is still an insane amount chickens. Now many of those chickens are for Egg production, but not suprisingly, chicken also makes up a huge component of our meat consumption. The average American eats north of 90 lbs per year, far more than both beef & pork.
These facts lead to the obvious question; which came first, the chicken or the chicken recipe?
All all things at NoRecipeRequired, I think cooking chicken came long before detailed chicken recipes, and so we're focus all our "how to cook chicken" and yes "chicken recipes" on the fundamental techniques that are going to help you make sure you cook your chicken perfect everytime.
Chicken Breasts are probably the most common cut consumed in the US, so you'll find a ton of posts on how to cook the perfect chicken breasts. Whethere, grilled, baked, roasted, pan seared, or something else, you'll find the 411 on how to make sure yours turn out juicy, tender and flavorfull. Visit my chicken breast category for all the key posts.
A favoriate of mine is whole roasted chicken. No other cooking technique captures the full flavor profile, texture, tenderness, and all around wonderfull-ness of roast chicken. Like chicken breasts there are just a few core techniques to follow to ensure your roast chicken comes out perfect. I'll show you those techniques in my simple roast chicken recipes, as well several other recipes/flavor combinations in my roast chicken section.
Baking Chicken is one of the most common meals in the American kitchen. Sadly, the way most people bake chicken, leaves dry, tough, overly flabby or overly cooked brick like blobs of....something. Rather than treating your chicken like a tray of brownies, and baking at 350 degrees for an hour, I'll show you some high heat methods, that will get you an all around better piece of chicken - but will take about a third of the time. Check out my Baked Chicken section here.
Finally, no collection of chicken recipes & cooking techniques is complete without covering grilled chicken. The grill adds awesome flavor to just about any meat, and the mild flavor of chicken, picks it up especially well. You can browse through my grilled chicken recipes, and more important learn the cool grilling techniques (like how to get those cool grill marks) in my Grilled Chicken section.