Herb Baked Chicken Breast

A herb baked chicken breast is a delicious and healthy addition to countless recipes. Often times chicken breasts will come out too dry but if you follow this recipe you’ll have perfectly moist and tender baked chicken breasts every time! Loaded with protein they are a great way to feel full longer and are a delicious addition to any salad. Even better you can bake a bunch of them then chuck them in the fridge and use them at your own convenience.

Herb Baked Chicken Breast - The most quick, easy and BEST way to roast chicken breasts - perfectly tender, packed with flavor and super healthy!! Great for salads, sandwiches, pastas etc!

A Herb Baked Chicken Breast is so easy to make!

I always make sure that I have a breast or two of this herb baked chicken breast in my fridge. It is a fast and convenient way to have chicken on hand for putting into sandwiches, salads, pastas, etc… the options are truly endless.

Herb Baked Chicken Breast - The most quick, easy and BEST way to roast chicken breasts - perfectly tender, packed with flavor and super healthy!! Great for salads, sandwiches, pastas etc!

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Roasting the chicken breasts is a healthy, no fuss way to cook chicken. The meat comes out soft and tender. The herb crust that I put on the chicken is to give a great herbaceous flavour to the meat. You can try this baked chicken breast in my Herb Roasted Chicken Salad W/ Homemade Roast Garlic Mayo.
Enjoy.

Herb Baked Chicken Breast
 
Serves: 3 herb roasted chicken breasts
Ingredients
  • 3 medium skinless, boneless chicken breasts
  • 2 tablespoons chopped thyme
  • 2 tablespoon chopped oregano
  • salt and pepper
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

Comments

  1. Holly Johnson says

    Did you really mean 430 degrees? I’ve never heard of anything cooked at that temperature before. Thanks for your help!

    • says

      Hi Holly, sorry about the mistake and thanks for spotting it. I have corrected the recipe. The oven should be 410 (210C), if you have a fan forced oven you could reduce the temperature to around 390 (200C). Thanks, Jason.

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