This original recipe has been improved throughout generations; a quick and easy-to-prepare dinner-time dish.
An all-time classic recipe, this recipe is quick and simple to make using Minute® Rice.
Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add chicken. Cook for 4 minutes on each side, or until cooked through. Remove from skillet; cover to keep warm.
Add water, 1/2 cup of barbecue sauce and corn to skillet. Bring to a boil.
Stir in rice. Top with chicken; cover. Reduce heat to low; cook for 5 minutes. Remove chicken to a plate and slice. Serve rice, topped with chicken and remaining 1/4 cup barbecue sauce.
This recipe calls for Minute® White Rice and sweet corn as a side, however there are plenty of other options if you are looking for alternative side options. For example, try serving your bbq chicken with avocado and salad greens in this BBQ Chicken and Rice Bowl. Alternatively, green salsa or enchilada sauce also goes great with BBQ chicken, as seen in this Salsa Verde Chicken and Rice.
Frozen corn is a versatile ingredient and a quick way to add some veggies to your meals, for example in this Creamed Corn and Jalapeno Rice. The great thing about frozen corn is that it actually takes less time to prepare than canned corn and also retains a fresh taste so it’s as if you are eating it straight off the cob.
For best results you are going to want to fry your frozen corn in a skillet instead of boiling in water as this will ensure you get the best flavor.
There’s nothing worse than biting into a dry rubbery chicken breast. Luckily cooking your chicken breast so it retains its juiciness isn’t so difficult. Before cooking your chicken breast, let it sit in a bowl on the kitchen counter separate from your other ingredients, this will allow it to rise to room temperature. Chicken at room temperature will cook quicker and more evenly than chicken straight out the fridge.
You’ll then want to tenderize your chicken breasts. Tenderizing your chicken breasts will ensure your chicken stays juicy and will give it a softer texture. Once your chicken is tenderized, salt both sides and add to a preheated pan. Keep an eye on your chicken in the pan to make sure that it doesn’t overcook.
Leave your chicken to sit for a few minutes after cooking, this will allow the juices to naturally redistribute themselves.
Once you’ve mastered cooking your chicken breasts, why not try a different recipe like this Easy Sweet and Sour Chicken.