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Unread 07-20-2012, 06:28 PM   #1
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Just an FYI... If you have an HEB in your area, I just picked up a bunch of bone in chicken breasts for $1.00 a pound.
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Unread 07-20-2012, 06:43 PM   #2
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I get them all the time when on sale, stock up.
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I did last week... have a small video of it, thing was... those things come into the store packaged.... they tasted a bit "off" to me. They looked great but for some reason had a "freezer burned stale" taste to me.

But usually they are fine. Let me see if I have the vid?
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Threw this together in.....10 minutes... the video...
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it was chicken HALVES not breasts sorry
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BSCBs (boneless skinless chicken breasts) were on sale last week at my local HEB for $1.99/lb. I picked up a package that seemed to be uniform. Trimmed off the little fat that was left on 'em, then brined for 5 hours in a typical brine mix combined with McCormicks' Montreal chicken seasoning.

After rinsing and drying, I sliced 'em up in 1/4" portions for sammies. Tossed 'em into the frying pan with some pre heated sunflower oil (this stuff rocks).

Some of the best sammies I've ever eaten.

Oh I used low sodium Montreal chicken seasoning, fresh cracked 4 color pepper and kosher salt for flavoring during the cook.

Considering 80/20 ground beef is approaching $3.50/lb, this was almost half that price with a great and different result.
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Looked good to me. Cleaned them up and injected them with Creole Butter on some and Paul Newman's Italian salad dressing on others. Topped off with lemon pepper seasoning. Resting in the fridge as I type this. It's all Pappy's fault.
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