Dinnertime does not have to be stressful or expensive. Cheap Baked Chicken Recipes are a great option for any busy weeknight and also anytime you’re on a budget. It’s a good thing my family loves chicken!
As a large family who needs to stretch my dollar and my proteins, I know chicken recipes are the way to go!
How Do You Bake Chicken That’s Not Dry?
One of the keys to juicy chicken is not over cooking it, drizzling it with olive oil or some other liquid (i.e. marinate) and not cooking it too hight too fast. Pay close attention to your cooking time and use a meat thermometer to ensure it is fully cooked.
Baked Puerto Rican Chicken and Authentic Puerto Rican Rice
This is so easy to make and very inexpensive. Your family will love it.
You always want to get the internal temperature of the meat before you decide that it’s done cooking, but generally speaking it takes about 25-30 minutes to bake chicken at 350 degrees. Thick chicken breasts are going to take the longest to cook where chicken thighs will cook quicker.
How Long Does it Take to Roast a Whole Chicken at 325?
It all depends on the size of your whole chicken. Typically speaking you want to cook your chicken in the oven for 15-20 minutes per pound.
If you’re looking for something cheap, easy and delicious to make for dinner, look no further. This Brown Sugar Garlic Chicken uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry, and is sure to please even the pickiest eater!
An easy, economical and delicious baked Hoisin chicken dinner using chicken quarters (chicken legs with thighs attached), that can whipped up quickly using staples from your pantry. This chicken is 5 Weight Watchers points (on the blue plan)!
This one pan chicken recipe is weeknight comfort food at its best and a total family favorite! Just 6 ingredients plus oil, salt, and pepper and a little time in the oven are all you need for this easy chicken dinner.
Learn how to make tender, perfectly seasoned, juicy baked chicken breasts in the oven with an easy method that works every time! You can cube, shred, or slice them, and then use for meal prep and in sandwiches, salads, pastas, soups, etc.!
This chicken recipe is a simple, economical and quick meal. It uses staples you’d have in the house, like apricot jam and butter, as well as a package of chicken thighs. I serve it with instant brown rice and some frozen veggies for a quick make ahead or weeknight meal. It freezes well.