2 skinless and boneless chicken breasts cut into halves.
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp sea salt
Creole seasoning to taste
Whoever says bland is boring should try baked chicken. Bland, perhaps. Boring? an affirmative no! Baked chicken, like popcorn and French fries, never run out of fashion. It is on the most-preferred list of every minimalist chef and fitness enthusiast. Needless to mention, kids love the stuff too! Baked chicken is a classic dish, healthy, filling, and relished by toddlers, children, and adults alike.
- Baked chicken is extremely healthy that you can use it as a starting point to introduce infants to non-vegetarian food.
- Chicken is rich in protein, iron, and essential fatty acids, which have numerous health benefits.
- While people usually dig spicy food, too much of spice on a daily basis isn’t too good for health. This recipe of baked chicken features very little salt and spice, thereby making it ideal for people with dietary constraints and health concerns.
How to make Baked Chicken
Note: Ensure that chicken is salted and seasoned evenly.
Note: When chicken is cooked well, it starts letting out juices.
Use a kitchen thermometer to determine whether baked chicken is ready to eat. You may unload the chicken from your oven once the thermometer displays 165°F or 74°C.
You can include mashed potatoes or roasted English vegetables seasoned with herbs to accompany baked chicken.
If you need to rush for an appointment, you can pack piping hot baked chicken in a smart and compact Vaya lunch box to have on the go.