Boneless Chicken Recipes
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Chicken is a popular protein for meat-eaters. It’s stuck in a limbo between velvety eggs and flavorful beef, and has the versatility that other protein sources don’t. But too often it can be tasteless and dry, and before you know it you are running out of ways to cook chicken for dinner. My Yellow Canary compiles 6 chicken recipes for you to choose from when you get stuck in a rut—from pan-fried chicken drizzled with thick, creamy sauces, to warm, hearty soups.
This has been described as “sophisticated comfort food” and this is the explanation: this recipe uses boneless chicken breasts and a creamy, savory sauce perfect for your weeknight cravings and available prep time. It is based on Dijon mustard, which gives it a sharp bite, but it is enhanced and given a more rounded flavor with the red onions, white wine, and herbs like parsley and rosemary thrown in. The whole thing can be cooked in a pan and readied for serving in 35 minutes.
If you’re a fan of the spicy Asian condiment, make this sriracha chicken. The recipe creates a tender, spicy boneless chicken breasts, finished with a sprinkle of sesame seeds for extra texture.
Just about any food including a creamy, cheesy spinach mixture gets everybody raving about greens. Here’s a filling idea: boneless chicken stuffed with spinach-cream cheese mixture. The deep, slightly bitter flavor of the greens blend very well with the mild creaminess of the cheese. The stuffing also includes Swiss cheese (mozzarella is a suggested alternative), so there’s extra cheesy goo coming In between the flattened breasts of chicken. The panko crumbs add a very nice crunch, too. It’s absolutely aromatic while baking in the oven, so you can expect your appetite for a chicken meal already going!
If you want a lighter chicken recipe that doesn’t cut back on flavor, try this chicken marsala recipe. This recipe will have you with servings of chicken so tender and juicy, and flavored with a small amount of butter, lots of spices, and pieces of mushrooms and shallots. Marsala heightens the overall taste to something more robust, and of course, gives it that warm, dinner night aroma.
Here’s something for people looking for a spicy thrill: jalapeno poppers chicken. It packs heat from the jalapeno peppers, which have been seeded and minced before being enveloped in copious amounts of cheese and stuffed inside fillets of chicken breast. The layer of textures is another thing to love about this Jalapeno poppers chicken: the panko crust adds a nice crunch, the chicken serves as the tender meat, and the cheesy, spicy filling lends thick, gooey creaminess to the whole thing.
Chicken is made heartier with this chicken vegetable soup recipe. Served in a warm broth and filled up with good-for-you carrots, celery, bell pepper, and peas, it’s a nice, healthy exchange for your usual pan-fried or roasted chicken meals. It is low-calorie, dairy-free, and gluten-free as well. You can use up leftover rotisserie chicken, which is what was instructed in the recipe, to easily fill the bowl with more protein.
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