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Chicken Breast boneless


Usage Tips

  1. Chicken breast can be eaten by cooking it or grilling and baking it.
  2. Chicken breast can be cooked in a rich, flavorful Indian sauce, served with basmati rice or naan.
  3. Boneless, flattened chicken breast can be seasoned and sautéed in vegetable oil.
  4. Chicken breast marinated in a barbecue mixture of ketchup, brown sugar, molasses, ground mustard, vinegar, and seasonings, and grilled over medium heat serves as a great dish.


Chicken breast is a lean cut of meat taken from the pectoral muscle on the underside of the chicken. Given its desirable white meat and health benefits, boneless chicken breast meat is the most expensive cut of chicken in comparison to chicken thighs, wings, and drumsticks. The majority of chicken fat is concentrated in the skin, so chicken breasts are typically sold skinless and boneless. There are different parts of chicken but chicken breast is one which is enjoyed by many as it is usually skinless and boneless and the richness in the protein makes it perfect for maintaining perfect weight of the body. Each chicken has two breasts. When a recipe calls for a chicken breast, it generally means half the breast, and not the whole breast (a whole breast being the two halves of a breast.)

Selection Guide

Make sure to check the “best by” date before buying. No matter what cut you’re buying, look for chicken that has a pink, fleshy-colored hue.

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