Many chicken recipes contain huge amounts of sodium. With this easy recipe, you can make a delicious, low sodium boneless skinless chicken breast which is absolutely delicious. The pounding helps greatly to tenderize the meat and to assure even cooking. A cast iron grill pan is a must-have for any kitchen. Loge is a very popular brand. The marinade for this chicken breast recipe is white wine vinegar, olive oil, fresh ground pepper, onion powder, garlic powder and parsley flakes. All are available at any grocery store and should be regulars in your pantry.
Low-sodium boneless skinless chicken breast is a wonderful part of most healthy diets. Most standard recipes call for generous amounts of salt to be added. This recipe will add tons of flavor and contains no added salt. Chicken naturally contains sodium, but only a small amount — approximately mg per serving. Many store bought chicken can contain added sodium, and a lot of it, so be sure to check the label on the package. This recipe uses ingredients that will bring out wonderful flavors in the chicken and satisfy the lack of salt. The primary ingredient is the white wine vinegar.
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And it can be cooked in so many different ways. This sauce makes for a rich garlic and more flavorful taste to the golden brown chicken breast and helps it to be tender and juicy too. This recipe reminds me of my low sodium blackened chicken but without the charring smoke and packed with decadent garlic butter flavor. Cooking times will depend on the size of your chicken breast and the heat of your oven. I butterfly my chicken breasts at a minimum and pound down thicker uneven sections if needed. This greatly helps the chicken cook evenly without overcooked thinner parts of the breast. This is essential for low sodium chicken breast since salt normally helps retain moisture and more juicy chicken. Also, letting your chicken come to room temperature after butterflying will greatly aid in the end result for an evenly cooked chicken.