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    Favorite Chicken Recipe

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    What is your favorite chicken breast recipe?

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    Right now, since I have a mild cold, Thai chicken-coconut soup.
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    Slice thinly, saute in lots of butter with crushed fresh garlic and mushrooms. Finish with cream.

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    Grilled chicken and pineapple skewers with a pineapple/cilantro glaze. Just made it last night for the first time and am now in love.
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    Best chicken recipe:

    Boneless chicken legs + onion + salt/pepper + a tiny drop of butter and cook it in the oven. Awesome!
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    grilled boneless skinless chicken breast seasoned with season salt, garlic and pepper. Goes with anything.

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    I quit buying just chicken breast in general unless I am buying them to grill specifically. I like to roast whole chickens now because the leftovers are good for juuuust about anything, the carcass can be used to make broth which my wife and i jar and keep on hand at all times. We usually make two chickens at a time and eat the leftovers in different things like primal tacos/enchaladas, salads or just whole pieces like thighs and legs. Roast chicken is just great becuase it is so good and simple.

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    ^^Cheaper to buy them whole too and Costco sells the free range organic variety.

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    Season with S&P, smoked paprika, dash garlic powder. Heat butter to medium high in a frying pan, quickly brown chicken, then transfer to oven (300ish) to finish cooking/keep warm. Sautee garlic and onions in the butter (add more if needed), then deglaze pan with homemade chicken stock. Add heavy cream, cook until saucy. Serve over chicken. So insanely good we fight over leftovers (if there are any).

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    I keep it simple because I'm a dunce at cooking chicken breast. I just chunk it up into small pieces, and saute it in a mixture of butter and olive oil and season with salt and pepper. I strive to keep it cooked but not over-cooked...and fail. Sigh.

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