How to Bake a Plain Chicken Breast

Baking a plain chicken breast is an easy way to cook up a simple centerpiece for any meal. You can eat a plain baked chicken breast on its own, or shred the meat to use in soups or chicken salad.

Leigh Good
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How to Bake Chicken Breast for Chicken Salad

Once your chicken breasts are baked and shredded, have fun experimenting with different dressings such as nonfat yogurt or bottled salad dressing rather than mayonnaise.

Brynne Chandler
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Boiled Chicken for a Diet

Chicken is one of the most consumed sources of proteins in the American diet. Boiled chicken is low in fat and high in protein and makes a tasty and healthy addition to your diet.

Diane Lynn
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How to Bake Boneless Chicken Breast at 400 Degrees

Baking in the oven is a simple and easy way to cook a chicken breast. Oven-baked chicken makes an excellent addition to pasta and salad dishes or it can complement rice, steamed vegetables and/or a creamy sauce.

Kelly Plowe
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How to Reheat Rotisserie Chicken With Rub

More than 600 million rotisserie chickens were sold in the U.S. in 2010, and most of these chickens were flavored with a rub, such as lemon-pepper, or injected with a salt water solution to keep them moist. Rotisserie chickens are inexpensive and versatile, but they dry out quickly if you reheat them the wrong way.

Sarah Pflugradt, MS, RDN
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How to Bake Thin-Sliced Chicken Breasts

Depending on how you treat them, thinly sliced chicken breasts can be a heart-healthy source of protein or a real workout for your jaw. Chicken's lean white meat demands a deft touch to avoid the dreaded rubbery chicken syndrome. The good news: skinless chicken breasts contain little fat; a 100 g.

Sarah Pflugradt, MS, RDN
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How to Cook Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts in Tin Foil in the Oven

Keep splatters at bay by baking chicken wrapped in foil in the oven. This cooking method allows you to roast plain chicken, coat it with crumbs, infuse it with seasonings, or smother it with sauce. Wrapping chicken in foil seals in juices, keeping boneless, skinless chicken breasts moist and tender.

Fern Fischer
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How to Grill a Boneless Chicken Breast on a Gas Grill

Chicken breasts are versatile, inexpensive and tasty, but they can dry out quickly on the grill. The secret to perfectly grilled chicken breasts lies in their preparation.

Julie Christensen
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How to Reheat Chicken Without Drying It Out

Freshly cooked chicken is moist and delicious, but after reheating, that crispy, succulent chicken often becomes tough, dry and flavorless. Proper reheating in the oven or microwave retains the flavor and texture of the chicken.

M.H. Dyer
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How to Make Spicy Cauliflower Wings

Chicken wings, move aside! There�s a new "wing" in town, and it�s made with crisp cauliflower florets doused in a spicy, honey-lime sauce.

Tiffany Lin
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Chicken Breast Is Not the Lean Meat We All Thought It Was

Chicken is no longer the lean meat you thought it to be. In fact, it has more fat than most ground beef.

Hillary Eaton
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How to Fry Skinless Chicken Thighs

Most people making traditional fried chicken leave the skin on the bird. Not only does it help the breading stick to the meat, but the skin holds a lot of flavor. Heart-healthy cooks, however, are moving toward skinless chicken as a way of cutting down on fat and calories.

Dana Severson
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