Blackened Boneless Chicken Breasts

Blackened Boneless Chicken Breasts created by Anonymous

From "A Guide to Inspired Meals", a book of recipes from Lipton Sides.

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  • Mix all dry spices in a medium bowl, large enough to also use to coat the chicken.
  • Dip both sides of the chicken breasts in the mixture of spices, coating well.
  • Heat the vegetable oil in a medium skillet over high heat. Once hot, gently place the chicken breasts in hot oil and cook for about two minutes.
  • Once well blackened (yes, they will be a little black but don't worry), turn the breasts over and continue cooking for another 2 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Remove chicken from pan.
  • To serve, cut chicken breasts into 3/4-inch slices on an angle and fan out on plate.
  • For a quick and easy topping, mix sour cream, cilantro, salt and pepper together in a small bowl with a whisk and top each serving with a spoonful.
  • Note: Like beef, chicken should rest for a few minutes before cutting or serving. This allows the juices to redistribute and the meat to relax and become more tender.
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  1. Son m.
    My chicken breasts were kinda thick so it took a lot more than 2 minutes per side. Next time I'll cut it in half to make 2 thin pieces. Also like someone else said, decrease the amount of cayenne a bit cause I can get a little too hot. Everybody absolutely loved it. They said it was the best chicken they had.
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  2. HappyMom
    I will definitely make this chicken again. It was sooooo delicious!!! Very fast and easy to make. The only thing I would change is the amount of ground cayenne pepper you suggested to put in the rub because it turned out very hot, which I don't mind b/c I'm a Mexican. But my children are not used to a lot of heat yet. So instead of 1 tsp of ground cayenne pepper, I would put from 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe!!
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    Blackened Boneless Chicken Breasts Created by Anonymous
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