Montreal Rubbed Chicken

"I came up with this meal when I wanted something simple to put together, but packed with flavor. This recipe is done in the oven, but can be also grilled. I served it with a simple salad and crusty French bread. Roasted vegetables, rice pilaf and buttered noodles would also be great side dishes for this recipe."
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  • Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • Line a sheet pan with foil and spray lightly with nonstick cooking spray.
  • Coat chicken breasts with olive oil.
  • In a bowl mix remaining ingredients.
  • Rub evenly over top and bottom of chicken breasts, and place on sheet pan.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes or until chicken is lightly browned and done.
  • (Note: You can prepare these the same way and grill/broil for 8-10 min on each side).

Questions & Replies

  1. I think the if the weight of the boneless, skinless chicken breast are included then the recipe will be more yummy and accurate


  1. Very delicious, I had a few tweaks, but the jist was your recipe, I did chicken wings, regular sugar and their chicken seasoning, I will get steak next time.
  2. Awesome and easy. I loved this because I had 3 pieces of chicken breast leftover and knew I would throw them away if I didn't find an easy way to fix something. Now I will put this on my weekly dinner menu. I used Montreal Chicken Seasoning because that is what I had but I be the steak seasoning may be better. Most important, it was easy, healthy and fast. Thanks for sharing!
  3. This turned out wonderful! I'm glad I picked this one because it reminded me I should use the Montreal Steak Seasoning on more things. I didn't use olive oil, I used grapeseed oil spray. Yummy! Made for VickyJ's cookathon 2012.
  4. Made this tonight and we loved it, even though I did forget the minced garlic. The steak seasoning gives it a nice kick.<br/>**Made for the Cook-A-Thon for VickyJ**
  5. Made this for our dinner last night and this was an easy, quick and delicious recipe! I followed the instructions except for cooking the chicken for 25 minutes. Served with her recipe#236915#236915 and a green salad....wonderful!!!. Made for in Memory of VickyJ Cook-a-thon.


  1. I used chicken wings, white sugar and chicken seasoning
  2. I added a little maple syrup. The amount of ingredients was very small for 4 chicken breasts. And only 1 table spoon of olive oil wasn't enough to baste all 4 breasts. The teaspoon of maple syrup helped. Overall good recipe.
  3. This is quite tasty.I used the Chicken Seasoning instead of the steak.I think I would omit the sugar next time I make this also.I made these chicken breasts and then made it into a chicken sandwich on a toasted onion bagel.It was very nice.


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