From now on you’ll always pan-fry your chicken in flour!
Chicken breast is extremely versatile: you can do pretty much anything with it. Stir-fry it, grill it, or toss it through a salad; the possibilities are endless.
The benefits of chicken breast are that it’s low on fat and easy to digest. It’s tasty to eat both hot and cold, and because of its neutral flavour, you can make it entirely your own through seasoning. This is what makes it a popular alternative to pork and beef. It’s a bit of a pity that a piece of chicken breast tends to get pretty dry during the pan-frying process. Luckily, we’ve got an easy trick that’ll ensure your chicken breast stays nice and tender.
Say goodbye to dry, tough chicken! All you need is a bit of flour. When you pan-fry your chicken in flour, you’ll make sure that the meat remains deliciously tender and juicy. Cut the chicken breast into pieces and season it to taste. Once you’ve seasoned it, dust the chicken with flour. All of the pieces should be entirely covered. Pan-fry your chicken in butter or oil, and try to make sure you don’t get too much excess flour into the pan. Enjoy!
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