How Long Does It Take to Bake Chicken Breast?

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Cooking time for baking chicken breasts depends on your temperature and bone or boneless chicken. For breasts with bone at 350 degrees Fahrenheit, cook for 30 to 40 minutes. For boneless at the same temperature, cook for 20 to 30 minutes.
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How long it will take to bake chicken breast will be determined by a couple of factors. The sizes of the chicken as well as the cooking temperature are some of the influencing factors. When baking chicken breasts in an oven at a temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit, the average cooking time should be about 30 minutes. You should also keep checking to see if the chicken is cooked. This will ensure that it does not get burnt.
Chicken breasts can take up to an hour to cook if they are a good sized piece. If you cover the chicken with tinfoil initially, it will cook the inside sooner.
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