This Greek yogurt marinated chicken is juicy and tender from an overnight marinade and bursting with dill and garlic flavor! It uses dill Greek yogurt dip as a key ingredient so keep some on hand for the next time you make chicken.
Greek Yogurt Marinated Chicken
- 8 oz boneless skinless chicken breast
- ¼ cup Dill Greek Yogurt Dip
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- ½ cup Italian bread crumbs
- Slice chicken breast into 4 strips. Combine with yogurt dip and minced garlic. Marinate overnight.
- Place chicken and yogurt into a baking dish. Cover with bread crumbs. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes until internal temperature reaches 160℉.
Did you know? Greek yogurt has twice the protein and substantially fewer carbs than regular yogurt. Click here for more information on the benefits of Greek yogurt!
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4 Replies to “Greek Yogurt Marinated Chicken”
This seems like the type of dish that would go very well with a side of tzatziki. You already have the yogurt at home; you might as well use it to bring up the dishes’ flavor even further.
I’ll be trying it for sure. Fast and simple!
Btw, do you recommend I add any seasoning to the Italian bread crumbs?
I usually add a little bit of Vegeta (dried mixed vegetable) and lots of mint and oregano. The mint gives uplifts the entire dish, and the smell is beyond belief.
It would be nice if you could try it and tell me what you think.
Italian bread crumbs are already seasoned with parsley, garlic and onion powder. I think that the addition of Vegeta, mint and oregano would be fantastically tasty! I’m definitely going to try that as well as the tzatziki. Thank you for suggesting!
This dish sounds fantastic for a holiday dinner! I have never considered chicken and yogurt together towards a combination that would consist of the two of them mixed, but the more I think about it, the more eager I am to try this. This would definitely be my go-to dish either for Thanksgiving or Christmas.
I have to admit that I had never considered it until I had it in an Indian restaurant. I did some experimenting and this is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy it!