You can Poach, Fry, Bake or Grill them. And there's several ways you can get flavor into them. I'll get you some ideas and methods later today.iamlookingup wrote:I'd like to buy some BSCB to put in our salads, but don't know how to cook it
where it will be seasoned properly. As you know, I'm not much of a cook, and
it seems whenever I bake the chicken, it ends up dry and flavorless.
Got any seasoning tips? The BSCB are frozen when I buy them. I'd like to cook
them, cut them up into strips, and put them in our salads for lunch.
* For a light salad you can Poach the BSCB's in Chicken Stock with celery, onion, bay, garlic, carrot, parsley, thyme, S&P. coolit then slice or chop for salad. probably simmer 20 to 30 minutes then let cool & slice or chup.
* You can also Marinate the 'thawed' BSCB's overnight in the flavor that fits your salad. Pour some of your favorite Salad Dressing over them, or use a dry marinade from the spices you like, say; Tarragon etc. or mix some of the fruit juice of choice (orange etc.) with some oil...Then Saute, Grill or Broil the BSCB's & slice for the salad. We'll get you some marinades to choose from.
* You can also use Store bottled Marinades or BBQ sauces to brush on the BSCB's when you grill or broil them. That gives quite a bit of flavor to the outside, and adds some crispness, then slice them for the salad when cooled.
A lot depends on the salads you usually like or we can just post a bunch of them. better to know what you prefer (or don't)