With this collection of inspiring recipes, learn how to season succulent chicken breasts with herbs, spices, honey and even yummy pecans to change up your traditional routine. Protein-rich and flavourful, these chicken dishes are perfect for any lunch or dinner occasion.
In shallow dish, whisk together cornmeal, thyme, salt and pepper. Pour buttermilk into separate shallow dish. Dip chicken into buttermilk then cornmea...
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A wisp of curry adds a flavour twist to an ever-popular classic.
Tangy mustard and sweet honey make this dish high in flavour yet easy on the salt. Boneless skinless turkey breast, another lean protein, is a great substitute for the chicken. Use the same weight and cut it into four portions.
Serve these chicken fingers with honey or plum sauce for dipping. Panko (Japanese bread crumbs) gives them a deliciously crunchy crust.
In small bowl, whisk together oil, parsley, thyme, lemon rind and juice, salt and pepper; brush over chicken.
Place chicken, skin side up, on foil-li...
Cut chicken breasts crosswise into 1/4-inch (5 mm) thick strips.
In pie plate or shallow dish, whisk together egg white and 2 tsp (10 mL) water. In a...
These protein-rich kabobs provide the necessary amino acids to help build and repair muscles after active competition. Serve with brown rice to provide complex carbohydrates that replenish your tired athlete's energy.
Sauce: In bowl, whisk together 1 cup of chicken stock, lemon rind, lemon juice, cornstarch and salt, and set aside.
Main Ingredients: In large wok or...
This kid-friendly pizza offers a delicious combination of grilled chicken and cheese. We like Monterey Jack with the sweet barbecue sauce, but Cheddar, mozzarella or a combination of all three cheeses would also be tasty.
Skipping the alfredo sauce and adding creamy ricotta cheese is an easy way to lose unnecessary calories at dinnertime.
Restaurant cost $9.50
To make $4.40
Healthy Lunch Tip: Making your own salad dressing helps control the type of fat added. Vegetable oil contains no saturated fat. Nuts, such as almonds, add a dose of healthy fats.
Pack the filling separately to assemble at your destination in order to avoid mushy sandwiches.
Time-saving tip: Use boneless skinless chicken breasts and you'll save an extra 15 minutes.
One of our most popular recipes, just one skillet is needed to cook the chicken and cherry tomatoes while the linguine boils away. Toss everything together when cooked and serve in just 20 minutes or less.
Place each chicken breast, smooth side down, between plastic wrap; with flat side of meat mallet, pound to a generous 1/4-inch (5 mm) thickness. Brush...
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