Rosemary Lemon Chicken Breast Recipe

Chicken meat is readily available and very affordable. However, if you are not creative enough, then your ordinary chicken dish will get boring soon. There are a lot of recipes you can cook out there with your chicken meat. You can easily find it here. Here’s another chicken recipe you might want to try in your kitchen. Enjoy!


• 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts
• 2 sprigs rosemary
• 5 garlic cloves (minced)
• 2 tbsp butter
• Juice from 1 lemon
• 2 tbsp water
• Olive oil
• Salt and pepper to taste


Marinate the chicken breasts.
Put it inside a ziplock bag.
Add 3 minced garlic cloves, 1 sprig of rosemary, and some olive oil.
Pound the chicken breasts a little bit.
Let it marinate for at least 2 hours, suggested overnight.
Remove from the ziplock.
Season each side of the marinated chicken breasts with salt and pepper.

Set pan over medium-high heat.
Pour olive oil.
Place the chicken breasts in the pan.
Let it sear for 4 minutes on each side or until meat is golden brown.
Remove the chicken breasts and set aside.
Keep the pan over medium-high heat.
Add lemon juice, water, and 1 sprig of rosemary.
Let it cook for a minute.
Turn off the heat and add butter.
Place the chicken breasts again into the pan.
Let it cook for 1-2 minutes for the sauce to absorb.
Transfer to a plate.

Tips and ideas:

You can serve the chicken breasts with rice as a meal.

Add lemon wedges or fresh veggies or fruits as sidedish.

Rosemary Lemon Chicken Breast Recipe
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