Add variety to your chicken with this savory blend of seasonings!
This recipe is a personal favorite for dinner parties, where I like to provide guests with an assortment of different flavors. There’s also almost no meal prep and it makes plenty for all your guests. As the party ensues, your guests will constantly approach you to tell you which seasoning was their favorite. Bon appétit!
- Chicken breasts, boneless and skinless
- Lawry’s Perfect Blend Chicken & Poultry Rub
- McCormick Grill Mates Montreal Chicken Seasoning
- Weber Honey Garlic Seasoning & Rub
- Weber Kick ‘N Chicken
- Weber Roasted Garlic and Herb
Here are links to these seasonings:
Use any large nonstick pan, such as this one from Anolon:
Helpful tip: if you have a lot of hungry mouths to feed and need to make a lot of food, get extra chicken breasts and use two cooking pans. Slide both in the oven at the same time on two separate racks!
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Step 2: Place the chicken breasts on the pan and season
Depending on their size, I place 6-9 chicken breasts on each cooking tray. Be sure to trim off any excess fat on the chicken.
Use a different seasoning for each chicken breast. Most of the seasonings can be applied liberally except Weber Kick ‘N Chicken – a little goes a long way with this particular seasoning since it has red pepper flakes!
These five seasonings are all absolutely excellent and strike the perfect balance between bright flavoring without overpowering the chicken.
Step 3: Cook for 40-45 minutes
Adjust the cooking time based on the size of the chicken breasts. You can use a knife and cut into the chicken to make sure you don’t see any pink.
Step 4: Garnish and serve!
Cut the chicken breasts into small strips so that dinner guests can pick a few small pieces of each seasoning to try. I tend to serve the chicken on a bed of rice with beets, lentils, and tomato medley. This creates an incredibly nutritious and filling meal! Here are the sides I use:
Did you try this recipe? What’s your favorite chicken seasoning? Let me know in the comments below!
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