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Chicken Breast Recipes
Finding chicken breast recipes that don't come out too dry can be a challenge. It's not hard to understand why when most recipes call for one set cooking time for chicken that can vary so much in terms of thickness and size.
When it comes to How to Cook Chicken using a meat thermometer to assure that the chicken is cooked, but not overcooked is one of the best methods to avoid a dried out piece of chicken.
In the following recipes, I try to either provide a technique or temperature instructions to help you cook a moist piece of chicken. Although these recipes can also be found on my Chicken Recipes page, they are grouped here for convenience.
Baked Recipes Using Chicken Breasts
Orange Glazed Chicken
Baked Parmesan Chicken
Pecan Crusted Chicken Dijonnaise
Sweet and Spicy Baked Chicken
Lemon Teriyaki Chicken
Slow Cooker Recipes
Slow Cooker Italian Chicken
Slow Cooker Coconut Chicken Curry
Slow Cooker Lemon Chicken
Slow Cooker Mexicali Chicken
Stove Top Recipes
Kung Pao Chicken
Sesame Chicken Recipe
Recipes for the Grill
Marinated Grilled Chicken
Other Pages of Interest
How to Cook Chicken
Rostisserie Chicken Recipes
Chicken Thigh Recipes
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