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Chicken: sauced, marinated, rubbed, kebabbed, stir-fried, and more
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Anything-but-Boring Chicken Dinners

Ah, boneless skinless chicken breasts—those stalwart workhorses of dinnertime. Ol’ reliable. Quick to cook, super versatile, always available, but yes, sometimes being slightly reliable can also mean slightly boring. 
 
No, no, no—anything but boring! We just need to keep changing up our chicken breast game, which is truly the easiest thing to do. And leftover sliced or diced cooked chicken breasts can instantly made a salad into a meal—whether it be a grain salad, a green salad, or heck, even a chicken salad. I have never made just the right amount of chicken for one meal in my life. (At least, not intentionally—should the boys bring over an unexpected friend or two, all bets on leftovers are off.)
 
Chicken breasts can easily be cooked in a skillet, in the oven, on a grill, in an air fryer or a slow cooker, and any other way that anything can be cooked. They can be cooked plain and then sauced, they can be marinated, they can be rubbed, they can be kebabbed, they can be stir-fried. In short, all hail the chicken breast, and let’s not speak of boredom again.

Five ingredients, stupidly easy, amazingly flavorful. A terrific year-round weeknight chicken recipe.

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Lemony yogurt marinated chicken kebabs are a quintessential summertime grilling dish. Yogurt helps tenderize the chicken and gives it a lovely little tanginess.

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Boneless skinless chicken breasts get cooked to perfection in ten minutes in the air fryer. A quick and easy weeknight recipe.

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In its light, lemony sauce, chicken piccata is seriously one of the best chicken breast dinners in the world. Easy, pretty, and weeknight-friendly.

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This grilled chicken is marinated with fresh orange juice and sambal oelek, or another hot sauce of your choosing. Leftover chicken is great over green salads.

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Elegant and homey all at the same time.

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The tomatillo salsa is bright and magical, with all kinds of delicious uses. Make tacos the next day and use the salsa to top them.

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Scallions actually play a significant supporting role in this stir-fry, which is based on a favorite dish we used to order from the much-missed Chinese restaurant across the street.

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A delicious weeknight warrior dinner, the kind where you don’t really have to think and before you know it, it’s done.

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A very simple chicken main course in which the fresh herbs lead the way. Whenever I have a few leftover herbs, I think of this recipe. Mix and match as you wish.

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Well, we all know this is like having the best pizza toppings on top of chicken. And in this recipe, a little twist keeps the breaded and pan-seared chicken cutlets nice and crispy.

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