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Chicken Breasts? How'd you like yours?

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Supplements' started by shuu, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. shuu

    shuu Active Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have seriously run out of ways to cook chicken breasts, though they cost ridculously cheap over here.

    How do you like your chicken breasts cooked?

    Don't have an oven here though which is pretty crap. I could only pan fry it, stir-fry it or microwave it. I even tried to boil it once, although it came out taste like crap. :spaz:
     
  2. Robert2006

    Robert2006 Active Member

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    Depends on my mood.

    Heavily seasoned and grilled is good. If you don't have a BBQ I guess this might be okay in a grill pan. I know pork chops are fine in a grill pan.

    Or I'll chop them up and make up a rice,lentil etc stew. Simple enough and all the bits I add are healthy.
     
  3. angryviking

    angryviking Active Member

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    I think boneless skinless chicken breasts take fairly well to steaming. Get a smallish multicooker from Wallyworld. There's a main pot with a thick base for direct placement on the stovetop, a secondary pot for double boiling I guess, and a third pot with a perforated bottom for steaming. I like to put a bunch of black pepper on my chicken and throw it in the steamer with some broccoli and fresh spinach and steam it all together.
     
  4. Whoracle

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    I George Foreman grill mine
     
  5. sevenatenine

    sevenatenine Active Member

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    marinated in soya sauce and italian dressing overnight. I marinate 10 at a time usually and store them in the freezer in individual baggies until I'm hungry.
     
  6. Orange85Black

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    Baked with pepper. Good stuff.
     
  7. Blinkbear

    Blinkbear Well-Known Member

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    I like to buy them 10lbs at a time. Divide them up into about 3-4 quart bags and dump whatever marinades in them that I wanna use (hot sauce is a favorite) then pop them right into the freezer. Then I just take them out as I need, throw'em in the fridge to marinate as they thaw and then cook. I like to grill them more often than not for the extra flavor but with the snow this time of year grilling isn't so fun so I just do them up in a pan on the stove.
     
  8. huxald

    huxald Well-Known Member

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    The key to boiling is to boil it to the point where the water almost evaporates completely...then add whatever spice you want and let the remaining water become the sauce. It's awesome. Spicy Masala is pretty good, but the flavours are limitless...please it adds 0 oil.
     

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