Greek Yogurt Marinated Chicken

Greek Yogurt Marinated Chicken

 

8 ounces boneless skinless chicken breast

¼ cup Dill Greek Yogurt Dip

1 tablespoon 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 baking dish. Cover with bread crumbs. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes until internal temperature reaches 160℉.

Two servings. Calories per serving: 340

 

 

12 Replies to “Greek Yogurt Marinated Chicken”

    1. Cooking doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes I’m happy to spend the day cooking something (usually on a cold and/or rainy day) but other times, I just want to throw things together. I try to include a good mix of recipes on my site. Thanks for the comment!

  1. This sounds absolutely delightful! As someone who loves to eat, loves yogurt, and loves chicken, the two of them together could be a very interesting, yet very tasty combination. I love to try out new recipes, as you never know what you may like (as someone who loves eating baked beans with Parmesan, mozzarella and cheddar cheese sprinkled on top). God bless you!

    1. Yogurt marinaded meats is a traditional Indian technique for tenderizing and flavoring meals but it’s really gone mainstream in the last few years. Three cheese topped baked beans sounds delish!!!!!! I’m going to try that the next time I make them. Thank you for the great idea!

  2. This sounds sooo good. I was searching for new things to make since I am practically locked in at home right now. Thanks for providing this idea. I am going to check out more of your site.

  3. Oh my word what a simple and easy recipe! I love yogurt chicken recipes and I’ve been looking for one that is quick to make. Working from home and having 2 young kids means any meal that is quick is a life saver. I’m going to try this out and serve it with salad.

    Thank you!

  4. Thanks for this great recipe. I stumble on your website when I was looking for new things to try in lockdown. Food was getting a bit repetitive and boring. so thank you, I will check out some of your other recipes. I will cook this for my family, I have vegetarian, do you think this will work with meat alternatives or do you have another recipe you can recommend for me?

  5. Great article good use of words and the way it is written in general it kept me interested throughout and wanting to read more!
    Very good, 🙂

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