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    a trick i like to use is putting in a blender with soup. basically creamy chicken natty proteinshake
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    A few posters ITT nailed it-- if you cook chicken properly, it should be juicy and tender.

    If not, here's a trick.

    3 oz chicken breast, shredded (I buy rotisserie, easy to shred up)
    1 strip bacon, chopped
    2 tbsp cream cheese
    1/8 c. ragu (garlic parmesan)

    I usually take the chicken out of my fridge when I'm making this--

    >Put the cream cheese on top of shredded chicken
    >Zap it in the microwave 30-60 sec.
    >Pour Ragu on top, mix that chit up
    >Crumble chopped bacon over your mixture
    >EAT UP!!

    28.5F/4C/31P ~ 396.5 kcal
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    Since I've been on keto diet the last 6 months or so I've found I can spice up pretty much any protein including dry chicken with the following:

    1) few tablespoons of mayo
    2) couple squirts of srirachi rooster sauce
    3) mix it up for spicy mayo sauce that tastes delicious
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    buy a crockpot. Put sauce in it and slow cook it for 8 hours... Soo juicy and good... There's a thread with a bunch of recepies for the crockpot man.. Best investment I ever made. Makeing this cut x1000 times easier
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    Check out Montreal Chicken spice. It's really really good
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    marinate your chicken, tastes 10x better.
    experiment with fresh herbs
    i recently started using cumin, tastes phenomenal
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    Originally Posted by capt_az View Post
    Guys am sick of eating chickien breast its so dryy .. i need some recipe with no oild and lil sauce in it which can make it taste better... nd btw am on low carb diet
    Ok So here is the recipe

    10 oz Chicken Breast (I prefer Boneless)
    1 Cardamom
    1 Mace
    1 Black Cardamom
    2 Cinamon
    4 Cloves
    500 ml water for boiling
    1 tsp low sugar low sodium Chilli Sauce,Hot Sauce or Any Kind of tomato sauce
    1 tsp Vinegar
    1 tsp Soyasauce
    1 tsp Honey
    1 tsp Chilli Powder or Chilli Flakes i prefer Ghost Chilli a.k.a Bhut Jolokia ( I like Spicy Food )
    Salt - According to you
    Pepper - According to you

    Preparation
    1)Take a Boiling utensil and put the water on it and than put the chicken breast and put some salt and peper on that water and also put the Cardomom,Black cardomom,mace,clove and cinamon on it . Let it boil for like 10 to 15 minutes
    2)Than Take out the chicken and place it on a Pan i will suggest non stick than add Sauce,Soyasauce,Vinegar,Chilli Powder or try to grin the bhut jolokia ADD ONLY 1 Tea Spoon of BHUT JOLOKIA and than add 1 tea spoon of honey and use mix it well for 5 minutes .

    If the following Spices are not available go to any Indian Store and get it (If you are living in US,CAN,NZ,AUS,UK)
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    I like to put ranch popcorn seasoning on my chicken breasts and put them on the George Forman. It is DELICOUS and not dry at all.
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    Try Coconut Curry Chicken

    i love this recipe too much. This is from Knorr. So, if you want to know about its health benefit then you will have to browse knorr.com, official website of Knorr.

    Coconut Curry Chicken

    Cooking Time: 15 min

    Ingredients

    1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size pieces
    2 tsp. curry powder, divided
    2 Tbsp. vegetable oil, divided
    1 medium onion, thinly sliced
    1 large red bell pepper, thinly sliced
    1 clove garlic
    1 can (14 oz.) lite coconut milk
    1 package Knorr® Rice Sides™ - Chicken flavor
    2 Tbsp. chopped fresh cilantro

    Method of Cooking:

    Season chicken with 1 teaspoon curry powder.

    Heat 1 tablespoon oil in large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and cook chicken, stirring occasionally, until chicken is thoroughly cooked, about 5 minutes. Remove chicken and set aside.

    Heat remaining 1 tablespoon oil in same skillet and cook onion, red pepper and remaining 1 teaspoon curry, stirring frequently, until vegetables are tender, about 4 minutes.

    Stir in garlic and cook 30 seconds.

    Stir coconut milk and Knorr® Rice Sides™ - Chicken flavor.

    Bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer covered 7 minutes or until rice is tender. Stir in chicken; heat through. Remove from heat and sprinkle with cilantro.

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    bruh..chicken breast is sooo good ....

    what i do:

    1. throw a nob of butter in a pan enough to coat the entire bot but not too much to drown/fry the chicken
    2. Sear chicken
    3. lower heat
    4.pour in about a ladle of water in and place multiple lemon slices (cut vertically) on top of the chicken squeeze some lemon juice on top of all that, you can place thyme/rosemary if you want.
    5.let the chicken slow cook place cover on pan(the cut lemon should look completely drained and extremely soft to the point they feel like they mush when you touch it)
    6.optional (1 tbs of honey a few mins before you take it off the fire)
    7. chop some parsley Add on top of chicken and plate
    8. Thank me when you get laid making this for your girl/guy

    make sure you do multiple pieces of chicken not one for this...i normally do legs or something when i do this btw...so i can get like 7-8 pieces in.
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    For my post workout meal when i have chicken i tend to season it alot with usually if im feeling abit of spice some chilli powder, cayenne pepper and some smoked paprika and just cook it on a pan or grill/oven, but recently i've started to just stick with salt and pepper and some garlic granules sprinkled on top
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    I cook my chicken breast at 425 degree's for 30min. Will come out super juicy and I like a little bit of bbq sauce on top
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    Will this recipe not be too carby??



    Originally Posted by blue_aviators View Post
    if your on a low carb diet, you SHOULD put oil on it

    this is my fav chicken breast recipe


    cut up a small chicken breast into pieces, fry them on oil until tender
    add a whipped egg, and like 5oz of whipping cream, and cook them with the chicken
    now add alot of cheese, preferably mozzerella mixed with cheddar

    youll have a creamy/cheesy/eggy sause with those chicken pieces
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    Actually bacon is forbidden for me otherwise I don't care baut the taste but I'd have followed your recipe by seeing how pretty you are
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    Smile Chicken recipe

    Originally Posted by BillyO10 View Post
    I fried up some diced bacon, leek, and cream, with diced chicken breast in a pot. so good, and low carb!
    Not sure about calorie counts but try; chicken breast, smear with a mix of peanut butter, paprika, garlic, and season salt. Bake in the oven. It will not disappoint your tastebuds. When done, you are not supposed to smell the peanut butter. It is a simple one but tell me after you have tried it. I was once skeptical on the peanut butter but once cooked you will find that that is the stuff you are eating most on it. Will like you feedback or whoever else tries it. It is a simplified version of the Chicken Suya from West Africa - Nigeria and Ghana.

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    Ive learned how to make juicy delicious chicken breast every single time!!

    1. Get a frying pan you have a lid to.

    2. Season your chicken

    3. Pre-Heat your pan with a small amount of olive oil, want your pan to get hot but not hot enough to burn the oil.

    4. Sear the Chicken breast for 1 minute.

    5. Then flip the breast over and turn heat down to low and cover for 10 minutes.

    6. After the 10 minutes is up turn off the heat completely and leave covered for 10 more minutes.

    7. Enjoy!!

    Ive tried different size breast and it never makes a difference. Im dieting and eating ALOT of chicken breast and its super juicy EVERY SINGLE TIME!!

    Not the fastest way to cook it but its super simple and fairly hands off.
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    Most of the options in this thread wont really address your problems with dryness.


    There are two methods of cooking that will help you in your quest to make it more moist/juicy.

    1) Brining - basically soaking chicken in a salt solution which helps it hold onto more liquid and breaks down the protein making it more tender/juicy.

    Writeup I did on Brining

    2) Velveting - chinese method of starching your chicken slightly and thinly slicing it to help you get that chinese restaurant texture.


    Writeup I did on Velveting




    Fatal flaw when cooking chicken breast/pork loin...thinking the recipe is what matters.

    Juicyness/Tenderness will come from the technique used, not the ingredients.







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    Just saw the OP was years ago, lol at these old bumps.
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    slow cook it in a crockpot! it comes out so tender! I like adding a jar of salsa to my chicken, slow cook it for 5 hours or 3 on high. youll love it!
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    Lately I've been using the following recipe

    4 tbs of Honey

    6 tbs of low sodium soy sauce

    1 tps of garlic

    2 tbs of EVOO

    a tbs of extra spicy seasoning

    Let my chicken marinate for an hr or two and throw it on the grill

    One of my friends uses this stuff called Tipsy Jerky Sauce and its great and the macros are excellent for watching what one eats
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    Slow cook chicken breasts in Frank's wing sauce and shred it. Add mayo for extra fat if needed...
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    used to prefer breasts now i prefer drumstick. all hail keto.
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    I don't like chicken breast either, but when I have to eat it in a diet I usually marinate it first with salt, pepper, a little bit of chilli, oregano, garlic powder and I slowly cook it in the oven with a bit of olive oil and a cup of water. In the end I add some pieces of cauliflower or zucchini because they are sweet and make everything taste better.
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    Chicken and bacon carbonara
    75ml double cream
    1/2 red chopped onions
    10-15g Parmesan grated
    1 egg
    Pink salt
    Black pepper
    Thyme
    Butternut squash noodles

    1) Beat eggs double cream and cheese together
    2) sautee onions till lightly browned and chicken and baked cook until chicken is white all though
    3) add egg cheese cream mix to pan
    4) reduce until thick
    5) serve with butternut squash noodles
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    Google "heroin wings" and sub the breast meat for chicken wings.

    Make strips!
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    Originally Posted by capt_az View Post
    Guys am sick of eating chickien breast its so dryy .. i need some recipe with no oild and lil sauce in it which can make it taste better... nd btw am on low carb diet
    A healthy Grilled Chicken Salad is a better option.
    Grilled Chicken Salad
    Ingredients
    Chicken Marination
    2 Boneless Chicken Breast
    1 tsp Crushed Garlic
    1 tbsp olive oil
    1 tsp Balsamic Vinegar
    1/2 tsp Dried Thyme (If available, use fresh)
    Salt to taste
    Pepper to taste
    Vegetable Marination
    150 gm Mushrooms (Cut into two)
    1 medium Red Bell Pepper (Cut into 1 inch cube)
    1 medium Yellow Bell Pepper (Cut into 1 inch cube)
    1 medium Green Bell Pepper (Cut into 1 inch cube)
    1 tsp garlic Chopped
    1 tsp Balsamic Vinegar
    2 tsp olive oil (I use Del Monte, Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
    1 tsp Salt
    1 tsp Black Pepper
    Salad Dressing
    4 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
    1 1/2 tbsp olive oil
    1/2 tsp Salt
    1/2 tsp Black Pepper
    Salad
    7-8 Lettuce Roughly chopped
    4-5 Fresh Basil Leaves
    Servings:
    2
    Instructions
    Marinate the chicken and the vegetables separately, for 20-30 minutes.
    Heat 1 tsp oil in a non stick grill pan, place the marinated chicken and cook till completely done from both sides. Once done, cut the chicken in long stripes.
    Meanwhile, prepare the dressing, take balsamic vinegar in a small bowl, add olive oil, salt and pepper. Whisk well till the oil is completely mixed in the vinegar. Keep aside.
    Heat a non stick pan with 1 tsp oil, add the marinated vegetables and saute on high for 5-6 minutes. Transfer into a mixing bowl, add the fresh basil leaves, lettuce and 2 tbsp of dressing. Mix well.
    In the serving plate, place the salad and the chicken on one side. Drizzle the balsamic dressing on the chicken and the salad. Serve hot.

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    Popcorn chicken is very easy to cook. Put the popcorn, bread and paprika in a food processor and blend until finely chopped. Tip into a wide, shallow bowl. Whisk the egg in a second bowl, and mix the flour with some seasoning in a third bowl then into the egg mixture, and finally into the popcorn breadcrumbs. Continue until all the chicken pieces are coated then chill for 30 minutes.
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    Guys am sick of eating chickien breast its so dryy .. i need some recipe with no oild and lil sauce in it which can make it taste better... nd btw am on low carb diet
    Brining your chicken overnight will help immensely.
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    Popcorn chicken is very easy to cook. Put the popcorn, bread and paprika in a food processor and blend until finely chopped. Tip into a wide, shallow bowl. Whisk the egg in a second bowl, and mix the flour with some seasoning in a third bowl then into the egg mixture, and finally into the popcorn breadcrumbs. Continue until all the chicken pieces are coated then chill for 30 minutes.
    Thanks for this recipe, i definitely will try it!
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    Originally Posted by capt_az View Post
    Guys am sick of eating chickien breast its so dryy .. i need some recipe with no oild and lil sauce in it which can make it taste better... nd btw am on low carb diet
    The KEY to cooking moist chicken breast is to make sure it's thin...Using a sharp knife I slice my chicken breasts laterally and then pound them even flatter with a meat mallet.. Place them all in a bowl with whatever spices you want ( I use a little liquid aminos or soy sauce and then add Backwoods rub spice from The Spice and Tea Exchange, also a little liquid smoke). Then only cook them for 9-11 minutes on a Jet Stream oven, chicken comes out PERFECT every time. Not dry but juicy. I cook 5 lbs of chicken twice a week doing this (wife eats off of this also). 4 ounces of raw chicken almost always cooks down around 80 grams. I use scissors to cut off bite sized chunks of chicken and using a food scale I cut 160 grams of chicken per meal. Sounds like a lot of work but my chicken is ALWAYS juicy and easy to eat.
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