I have been browsing the recipe sites recommended in the comment section of the post where I asked for low-sodium recipes, and my conclusion so far is that "I am not a very good cook" was probably an insufficient description of my skillz.
I've been mulling it over, and I think what I need is to learn how to cook boneless skinless chicken breasts in a very plain way. Right now all I know how to do is the kind of recipe where I pour a can of cream-of-something soup over them and top them with crumbs. But even the low-sodium canned soups are pretty salty.
I tried just sort of...baking the chicken on a baking sheet, and it was like Shrinkydinks: the chicken was half the size it started as, and as chewy and dry as plastic. (Are you beginning to believe the "I am not a very good cook" thing?)
I am guessing that what I need to do here is start with a casserole dish, put in the chicken breasts, and then....find something low/no-sodium to pour over them. BUT WHAT? I am relying on you, as always---- Love, Swistle
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