Chicken breasts, arguably the most popular cut among omnivores, can get pretty boring. But there’s no need to shy away from stocking up on chicken breasts if your local grocery store is having an epic sale. Go on. Get your chicken on, because we’ve compiled 29 recipes that will make you want to sink your teeth into some chicken all month long.
Lexi’s Clean Kitchen makes magic happen, namely with sriracha and lime, for spicy chicken breasts that, sliced and served over a chopped salad, are complemented by the sweetness of the grilled pineapple slices and the creaminess of the chopped avocado. This salad won't make you feel like you're trying to be good. And we like it.
The Cookin' Canuck shows us that it's possible to make stuffed chicken breasts and not have it be a bajillion calories. Sun-dried tomatoes, spinach and goat cheese create the perfect filling for a delightful flavor combo so good that you may even be tempted to pass on a side dish.
Everyday Maven keeps this spice marinade simple: kosher salt, black pepper, smoked paprika, oregano and cumin. Add the sliced lemons and you have proof that you can spice things up without having to reinvent the wheel. Different doesn't always have to mean complicated!
Kitch Me's recipe intrigued us because it involves slathering your chicken breasts in mayonnaise, grated parmesan cheese, seasoning salt, pepper and garlic powder and then baking it.
Get the Gloss shares Sarah Raven's recipe for chicken puttanesca, which looks absolutely scrumptuous.
Fancy Edibles combines fish and soy sauce with toasted sesame oil with, coarsely chopped garlic and, sorry cilantro haters, 1/2 cup of the evil green stuff for a marinade that only needs to sink in for 15 minutes.
If any one herb were to ever marry chicken, it would probably be rosemary. Bay View Boot Camp's recipe shows us why.
Does almond-crusted chicken sound too complicated for you to try? If so, then check out Sippety Sup's step-by-step guide and give it a try. We're not judging you if your results aren't pretty. But send us photos of your results anyway.
You've got pesto sauce. You've got chicken breasts. And you've got Sober Julie showing you that stuffing a chicken doesn't have to take ages. Win!
Lil’ Luna's marinade combines mayo with Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, lemon juice and lemon pepper and needs four to eight hours to do its job right. It's totally worth the wait.