The Secret To The Best Chicken Ever? This is the MOST DELICIOUS Chicken Breast I’ve Ever Eaten

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This recipe isn’t just another chicken breast recipe; it’s a game-changer! Simple, affordable, and bursting with juicy flavor, this chicken will leave you wondering why you haven’t made it sooner.

For years, chicken breasts were my dinnertime nemesis. They were either dry and bland or ended up overcooked and rubbery. No matter what I tried, I just couldn’t seem to get them right. I resigned myself to a life of boring chicken recipes, destined to forever leave me feeling unsatisfied.

Then, a friend (bless their heart!) introduced me to this recipe, and let me tell you, it was a revelation. This isn’t just another chicken breast recipe; it’s a game-changer!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Incredibly Easy: With minimal ingredients and straightforward steps, this recipe is perfect for busy weeknights or when you want an impressive dish without the hassle.
  • Surprisingly Juicy: The magic of mineral water keeps the chicken breast moist and flavorful, even after frying. No more dry, rubbery chicken!
  • Crispy Perfection: The flour coating combined with the low and slow frying method creates a delightfully crispy exterior that everyone will love.
  • Flavorful: The combination of spices adds a delicious depth of flavor that will have you going back for seconds.

So ditch your boring chicken routine and give this recipe a try. I guarantee it will become a new favorite in your household!


  • 750 g chicken breast
  • 1 bottle of mineral water
  • 5 tablespoons of flour
  • Thyme, black pepper, paprika, salt, curry
  • 1 egg
  • Liquid oil


  1. Marinate the Chicken: In a bowl, combine the chicken breasts with thyme, black pepper, paprika, salt, and curry powder. Season generously!
  2. Prepare the Coating: In a separate bowl, whisk together the egg, mineral water, and flour. The consistency should be similar to pancake batter.
  3. Coat the Chicken: Dip each chicken breast into the wet batter, ensuring it’s evenly coated.
  4. Rest and Relax: Let the coated chicken rest in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour. This allows the flavors to meld and the coating to set.
  5. Fry to Perfection: Heat oil in a pan over medium heat. Once hot, carefully add the chicken breasts and fry until golden brown and cooked through. Here’s the Secret Tip: Start by frying on low heat to ensure the chicken cooks evenly throughout, then increase the heat to medium to achieve that crispy perfection.
  6. Drain and Enjoy: Once cooked through, transfer the chicken to a paper towel-lined plate to drain excess oil.
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From lab coats to local markets, Viola Gilbreath traded calorie charts for culinary symphonies. A graduate of nutrition, she champions vibrant health through accessible, joyful eating. Whether whipping up community salads or blogging "flavorful fuel," Viola empowers people to listen to their bodies' unique rhythms, composing a delicious symphony of one on every plate.