Middle Eastern Spice Baked Chicken Breasts

"From "A Taste of Milton" and submitted by Zay Foster. Just blend the spices with the butter and almonds, pour over chicken breasts and bake. Serve with sliced tomatoes, cucumber and green onions; rice pilaf; warm pita bread and plain yogurt mixed with some cumin, salt and chopped green onions, to taste."
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Place all ingredients, except chicken, in a blender and process until well mixed.
  • Pour over chicken and bake at 350 degrees F. for about 50 minutes or until done.
  • Serve with the suggested condiments listed in the description above.

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  1. Mmm. Well i liked the ingredients, but decided to play a little. Used chicken joints. Added lemon juice to the mixture and a little water or you´ll never blend it. Upped the Cumin to a small tsp. Just used a knob of butter and plenty of olive oil. End result? Very nice. And served with sliced potatoes with onion, olive oil, S & P, and a dash of rosemary baked as the chicken


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