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How to Cook Boneless Chicken Breasts –

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  1. I know this video is old, but this was the juiciest chicken breast that I've ever made! Didn't think to pan roast 1st/sear. Wow! What a difference! Will always cook it this way. I forgot how long you said leave in oven and cooked mine for 20 minutes, 10 min each side and it was super juicy. The chicken breast that I had was larger than yours though. So excited to share this idea with my friends who mau not know. Thank you!!!

  2. Although he said chicken breast are sort of like a “blank canvas,” I personally think this is a good dish on its own. You can combine it with some rice or something light and you have yourself a dish. I like how he seasoned the meat, and how he told us what he seasoned it with. It absolutely looks delicious! 😋 And I can't wait to start making some of this yummy chicken breast. Thank you for the tips/tutorial (:

  3. Fun fact: searing does not "lock in the juices" or "seal in the juices." Searing has been demonstrated to result in a greater net loss of moisture versus cooking to the same internal temperature without first searing. The browning reaction actually happens because of moisture loss.

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