How to Bake Chicken Tenderloins (and Chicken Breasts) to Perfection

Chicken is an all around versatile dish that I like to cook for my family. I like to make a little extra chicken for leftovers for lunch or dinner for the next day or two. Making a little extra chicken makes it a bit easier for me to put a meal together in minutes.

During the warmer months I like to grill my chicken and during the cooler months I like to bake them in the oven or cook them on the stove top in a non stick pan. Today, I’ll be showing you a step by step process on how I like to bake chicken tenderloins to perfection you can use this same method to cook boneless skinless chicken breast too. 

I am guest posting for my dear blogging friend, Marie over at eNourishment. She’s featuring my Step by Step process on how to bake perfect chicken tenderloins (and chicken breast, too). Please visit her site to check out the recipe!

8 Responses to How to Bake Chicken Tenderloins (and Chicken Breasts) to Perfection

  1. Great preparation steps! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I made nearly the same exact dish this week. I must have been reading your mind. ;) It was the first time I’ve baked chicken like this and everyone commented on how good it was – and the leftovers were awesome to have around! Made for some healthy lunches for Mr. N! Yay! I have to remember your slit cutting trick too. Great step by steps Lisa!

  3. I always bake up extra chicken for my lunches too! In fact, there’s some in my salad for lunch today! Great job in detailing the process!

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