Much as I love to have a pan bubbling away on the stove, I often feel that the most stress free way to feed people is by taking the oven route. When I'm frazzled, I firmly believe that the tray-bake is the safest way to go. Enjoy the easefulness of the oven: you just bung everything in, and you're done. I think I'd go to the supreme effort of laying on a green salad as well but, other than that, you may kick up your flamenco heels and enjoy the fiesta.
Because chicken breasts are low in fat, they can dry out quickly if cooked using a dry-heat method such as baking, so here are 6 steps to baking the perfect chicken breast. Things You'll Need • Baking dish • Meat thermometer • Basting brush • Olive oil • Chicken breast(s) • Salt, pepper and other seasonings of choice • Sauce (optional) http://www.livestrong.com/article/498487-how-to-bake-boneless-skinless-chicken-breasts-in-the-oven-and-keep-them-tender/
This dish is so easy to make and it's delicious - you just need time to bake it for an hour. I just made it for a dinner party & it was a big hit. It also didn't leave me too exhausted to enjoy the party!
Buttermilk Country Fried Chicken
Buttermilk Country Fried Chicken Recipe - The secret to this juicy and tender fried chicken lies in the simple buttermilk marinade. The crisp crust has a delicious hint of thyme.