Want to know what to do with chicken breasts? Try one of our easy chicken breast recipes below. Low-fat and high-protein, chicken breast is great for a healthy dinner, so try our healthy chicken breast recipes, or put the whole chicken to use with our chicken thigh ideas here.
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A clever way to make chicken that little bit more exciting. Serve with a drizzle of hummus and white wine vinegar dressing.
Make our nourishing yet vibrant chicken salad for a flavoursome meal for four.
Make chicken breasts that little bit more exciting by chucking turmeric, smoked paprika, crispy chickpeas and baby spinach into the mix. Serve with lemony yogurt and toasted pittas.
Turn this family favourite into a chicken traybake with a garlicky, herby dressing for an all-in-one midweek meal.
Create a spicy and flavourful chicken dinner for the whole family. A popular street food all over Nepal, choyela is particularly famous in Kathmandu where it originated from.
Tender poached chicken breast is topped with a fiery ginger and spring onion sauce. The sauce makes more than you’ll need but it will keep in the fridge for a week and can be used to perk up noodles, scrambled eggs or a bowl of plain rice. Check out more of our best spring onion recipes here.
Try this impressive chicken dish, served on a bed of fresh greens. The prosciutto combination is the perfect way to wow your guests at your next dinner party.
Put down the takeaway menu and pick up an apron! This chicken curry is ready in 45 minutes (we reckon we’d beat the delivery person to the table) and is super easy to make. Chicken breasts work well here as they are low in fat (this recipe is only 330 cals per serving), and they take on the flavours of the spices to make a hearty, warming curry.
Check out this easy chicken recipe with creamy mozzarella, roasted red peppers and punchy 'macho' peas. Nando’s fans will love this lighter version of the restaurant classic using chicken breasts. Check to make sure your peri-peri sauce doesn’t contain gluten.
This rich and peppery pan-fried chicken dish is absolutely packed full of flavour and would make a great quick and easy mid-week meal for two.
Want an easy midweek dinner that's high in protein? Try our pan-fried coriander chicken breast recipe with vibrant, homemade red pepper hummus..
Your turn to do the washing up? How about this one-tray quick roast, spiked with Mediterranean flavours. Tinned chickpeas are already cooked and ready to eat, so they take very little time to heat through. When mixed with aniseed-like tarragon and sweet cherry tomatoes, the chicken doesn’t need to work hard at all hard to make this dish a family favourite.
Check out our easy chicken curry recipe with low-fat coconut milk, punchy madras paste and crunchy sugar snap peas. This flavoursome curry is low in calorie and gluten free
Check out this flavour packed recipe for these next-level chicken fajitas. Our cookery writer Adam Bush shares his tips and tricks to getting this classic family meal right, every time.
This is a fancy version of plain old chicken breast – perfect if you’re cooking for friends. The charred chicken takes on a smoky flavour that works well with creamy beans and buttery cabbage. It's ready in 25 minutes, which leaves more time for catching up!
Consider this your new healthy burger. This recipe serves one, so make it into a midweek sofa supper. Coriander, lime and creamy avocado work wonders with this marinated chilli-spiked chicken.
Check out this North African inspired recipe, butterflied chicken ras el hanout. This dish is low in calories, gluten free and packed full of flavour... an easy midweek meal.
Try something light, exotic and easy with our griddled chicken breast salad with a sweet-juicy mango dressing. This colourful salad can be done quickly and is low in calories. A perfect lunch time bite.
Check out our quick and easy Indian burrito recipe with tikka-marinated chicken. Serve this simple recipe with ready made rice, a simple homemade yogurt dip and warmed rotis.
This recipe for spiced chicken with lentils is quick, easy and under 500 calories - perfect for a midweek meal.
This recipe uses the traditional dried Mexican chilli to bring a smoky kick to your chicken and is perfectly balanced with the fresh coleslaw. The dish is easy to make, low in calories and ready within the hour.
Another poached, Asian-inspired recipe using chicken breast – this time, pairing it with crunchy red cabbage, carrot and a rice vinegar dressing. If you love sushi but are not sure where to start, this is a good recipe to try.
An all-time classic, only lighter. This recipe uses cooked chicken breast (or leftover roast chicken) and is ready in only 20 minutes. There’s not an anchovy in sight, either.
Agrodolce means sweet and sour in Italian, and it works really well with chicken breasts. In this recipe, they are flattened and seared in a really hot pan to get a crisp, golden crust. Sugar and vinegar are the base for this sweet and sour sauce with cherry tomatoes and red onion. Serve with roast potatoes or mash for a more comforting supper.
West Indian chicken curry in 30 minutes. Sweet potato and coconut milk add a sweetness that’s balanced with the heat from the curry powder.
Looking for a healthy alternative to beef burgers? Try these Asian-inspired bun-less chicken burgers. The pickled red cabbage on the side adds an extra fresh kick.
This Tex-Mex favourite is a cosy-comforting recipe that's guaranteed to pep-up your day. Our cheese-topped oven baked dish will leave you full and with a slight spicy kick in your mouth.
Try this easy-to-follow recipe for chicken soup at its heartwarming best. With noodles and wanton dumplings, this Asian-flavoured broth is both light and filling.