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sms151t
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Chicken breast prices

What's an average price for some? I am making this
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CITWTT
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re: Chicken breast prices
Price thighs, cheaper and superior flavor from them.


Dorothy
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re: Chicken breast prices
Boneless breasts: usually around $3-$4 a pound. Sometimes you can find them on sale for about $2/lb. Two breasts will probably be less than a pound, but if you can't find a really small package, you can freeze the uncooked ones easily.

Recipe looks good, let us know how it turns out!


TideSaint
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re: Chicken breast prices
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Boneless breasts: usually around $3-$4 a pound. Sometimes you can find them on sale for about $2/lb. Two breasts will probably be less than a pound, but if you can't find a really small package, you can freeze the uncooked ones easily


If you have someone capable of shopping at a military base commissary, you can get chicken super cheap.

I got boneless, skinless thighs for $1 a pound last week.

Breasts normally run about $2.09 a pound.


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Gaston
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re: Chicken breast prices
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Price thighs, cheaper and superior flavor from them.


This, they sell boneless skinless thighs and you just need to trim a bit of fat off before you roll with those directions.


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LSUBoo
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re: Chicken breast prices
You can find breasts for under $2 per pound at Albertson's, just have to do a little trimming yourself.


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jimithing11
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re: Chicken breast prices
Kroger around here has the Valu Brand shite for $1.79 a pound usually

Have to trim a lot and I like to pound mine out, but they are pretty good for the price


sms151t
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re: Chicken breast prices
Do you think thighs would be better since trying for first time to make?


LSU-MNCBABY
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re: Chicken breast prices
Thighs are great for a variety of dishes, I use them for gumbo, jambalaya, chicken chili etc.

As far as the breasts go I have started getting them at whole foods and freezing myself, so sick of the quality and taste of the meat from wal marks and albertons.

Its worth a little more money for the freshness of whole foods imho.


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GRIZZ
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re: Chicken breast prices
Looks awesome. I might try it this week.


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jimithing11
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re: Chicken breast prices
Yes. I don't see a problem.

I made a pasta dish with leeks and bacon recently and had thighs instead of breasts and it was perfectly fine


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