by Olena

Oven Baked Chicken Breast

by Olena

4.9 from 107 reviews

Baked Chicken Breast is easy, juicy and ready with 5 minutes of prep. This simple chicken breast recipe will become your go-to!

You will be surprised that juicy chicken breast is baked uncovered. 🙂

Sliced baked chicken breast in a baking dish

Best Ever Baked Chicken Breast

Baked chicken breast. It’s no secret chicken is America’s most popular meat and chicken breast is the most sold cut of chicken. There is “a rumor in town” that chicken breasts are dry. And it is sort of true.

So, I will show you the best way how to bake healthy, juicy and flavorful chicken breast in the oven. With simple spices and no marinating.

baked chicken breast

Ingredients for Baked Chicken Breast

I’m from Ukraine where 30 traditional dishes are made with same 15 ingredients. I’m a strong believer in simple cooking. 🙂

  • Smoked paprika: There is a big difference between regular and smoked paprika – the smoky flavor. You can use regular paprika but the breast wouldn’t be the same. Find smoked paprika in a supermarket near you, stock up and use up.
  • Dried oregano, basil, rosemary or Italian seasoning: You can use either. I used oregano.
  • Garlic powder, salt and pepper: Also you can use grated clove of fresh garlic instead of garlic powder. If you love garlic like me and have time.
  • Olive or avocado oil: It helps to lock in juices and seasoning stick.

sliced oven baked chicken breast on the cutting board

How to Bake Chicken Breast

  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees F: Baking chicken breast at 350 or even 400 will steam it rather than bake. And produce dry meat.
  • Season chicken breast: Drizzle with oil, sprinkle with spices and toss around right in baking dish.
  • Bake uncovered: Under 2 inches thick for 25 minutes, over 2 inches thick – 35 minutes. Covering chicken breast during baking will result in “boiled” like chicken.

baked chicken breast recipe

  • When is chicken ready? When instant read thermometer inserted in the thickest part reads 150 degrees F. Do not over bake.
  • Let it rest covered for 10 mins: This is when meat will reach internal temperature of 165 degrees F and become juicy.
  • Slice against the grain: After resting, slice against the grain. Not lengthwise but crosswise. The way that makes short slices. Watch video below for help.

How to bake chicken breast in the oven

More Tips and Info

  • Frozen chicken breast: Follow instructions above and add extra 10 minutes to baking time. It is a loose recommendation and depending on thickness, make sure to check with meat thermometer for 150 degrees F internal temperature.
  • Nutritional info: I used 2 lbs or 3 large chicken breasts. There are 8 servings. 1 serving is 1/2 cup and it contains 151 calories. Please note nutritional information is estimated to serve as a guideline only.

Serving Suggestions

  • Whole grain side: Our default is quinoa or brown rice.
  • Salad side: Cucumber and tomato salad depending what’s in the fridge. We are Ukrainian-Russian household, for sure. 🙂
  • Low carb: If you are watching carbs, I highly recommend to try my cauliflower mashed potatoes that taste so real.
  • Summertime grilling: Or if it’s warm enough to fire up the BBQ, try these mind blowing grilled vegetables.

how long to bake chicken breast

How to Store, Freeze and Reheat Chicken Breast

Storing: Refrigerate baked chicken breast for up to 5 days in an airtight container. To keep chicken moist, slice right before serving.

Freezing: Freeze cooked chicken for up to 3 months, again in an airtight container. I think it is best to cut, slice or shred your chicken before freezing it. It will thaw faster and you can add it to your meal right away. Frozen and thawed chicken is great to be added to casseroles.

Reheating: Breast will dry out if reheated in the oven. Instead place it in a small pot or skillet that has tight fitting lid and simmer covered on low with a splash of water or broth, until heated through. Basically, steam it.

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Baked Chicken Breast {Extra Juicy!}

4.9 from 107 reviews

Baked Chicken Breast is easy, juicy and ready with 5 minutes of prep. This simple chicken breast recipe will become your go-to!

  • Author: Olena of ifoodreal.com
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1x
  • Category: Dinner
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: North American
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Ingredients

  • 2 lbs boneless & skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 tbsp avocado or olive oil
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp oregano
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • Ground black pepper, to taste

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
  2. In a medium baking dish, place chicken, drizzle with oil and sprinkle with smoked paprika, garlic powder, oregano, salt and pepper. Using tongs or hands, move chicken around to coat on all sides evenly (I place bottom of breast on top of seasoned one and then swoosh around).
  3. Bake for 25 minutes (thinner) to 35 minutes (2″+) or until 150 degrees F internal temperature. Remove from the oven, cover with foil or lid, and let rest for 10 minutes for the juicies to settle (don’t skip!).
  4. Slice against the grain and serve along any side with a salad. Meal prep for the week, use in salads and casseroles.

Store: Refrigerate in an airtight container for up to 1 week.

Freeze: Freeze in an airtight container for up to 3 months.

Notes

I used 3 huge organic breasts.

You can use regular paprika, however the best chicken is with smoked one. Just buy it.:)

 Did you make this recipe? Please give it a star rating in the comments.

 

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Hello and welcome to iFOODreal.

My name is Olena Osipov. I'm a mom to 2 boys and a wife to Alex. And this is our healthy family recipes blog. I grew up in Ukraine on real food. As an adult, I tried many diets without results. Now for over 10 years, I cook quick and easy healthy meals for my family. I can help you with “What’s for dinner?” too.

What You Will Find Here

Healthy family recipes with simple ingredients. Many are inspired by my Ukrainian heritage. I share mostly dinner recipes because it just never ends... I’m obsessed with healthy freezer meals. And more than in love with my Instant Pot.

A Little More About Me

Originally from Ukraine, I now reside on magic Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada with my family. I started this blog in 2012 when I ended up at home with 2 small kids unemployed and a wee bit chubby.

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  1. Good morning Oleni how are you and your family doing?
    Thank you for sharing all of your delicious, healthy meals. I can cook poultry and meat dishes for my son-in-law and my grandson. My daughter and I only eat fish. Would you have any fish recipes you can share with me and also vegetable recipes. I do not know where you got my email address from but I do not care because of my passion for cooking I am very grateful to you for sharing your fabulous recipes.
    I am overweight perhaps I can lose weight by using your cooking methods.
    Thank you, looking forward to receiving more recipes in the future.
    You and your family stay safe and continue to stay healthy.

    1. Hi Ilona! Glad you are enjoying my site. I do have many salmon and vegetable recipes. Just look up under the search bar! Let me know if you have any more questions!

  2. I loaded my pan up with four chicken breasts and loads of vegetables. will the vegetables cook without putting at least foil or something over the top. So use to putting a lid over so the carrots and potatoes gets softened.

  3. I made this chicken yesterday and my whole family loved it!! Even my picky 3 year old couldn’t get enough! It was so juicy and delicious!! Thank you for the recipe!

  4. Do you know any good food for someone who lives alone and needs to cook single servings…tired of left overs or eating the same thing all week.Any ideas? Thank you!

  5. Greetings Olena, I am also from Ukraine. I stumbled upon your recipie the other day and I love it.

  6. The best healthy, fast, simple way to bake chicken breasts! I used this a month ago but then didn’t
    recall where the recipe was from. Have been searching and being disappointed to not have
    written down. I am 65 and have made chicken breasts usually in the broiler, or if the weather
    allow, outside in a smoker using mesquite or hickory wood pieces added to charcoal. I will
    not use light fluid but instead use one of those chimney starters and the flavor is amazing.
    However when unable to cook outdoors, the baked chicken recipe you shared is wonderful.
    I love that you stress healthy and simple!!!! Thank you so much

        1. For some reason my chicken took an extra 10 minutes to reach 150. Then it didn’t reach 165 after covering so I had to throw it back in for a couple more minutes.

  7. Great basic chicken recipe. I bake a bunch of it, cut it up, and freeze for later meals.

  8. The best baked chicken breast recipe.
    No fail, always tender and delish!
    Way to nail this Olena!

  9. This is my go-to easy, healthy and absolutely delicious chicken recipe. I love that I can cook frozen chicken breast using this recipe and they come out perfectly. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  10. Thank you, Ms. Osipov, for this helpful recipe. I tend to end up with dry chicken when I cook it in the oven, which is a direct result of frequently cooking “off the cuff” as opposed to following recipes every time. I like simple food as well: it’s for this reason that I would rarely go out to eat for dinner. Perfectly good pieces of meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables often get over-seasoned or over-salted in restaurants at $25+ per plate. I’d rather pay for a good cut and cook it at home!

    1. 35 minutes for all chicken breasts that you have in the dish, 1 or 5 – doesn’t matter. 2″+ is for that thick and thicker breast itself.

  11. I click on your site to find out what temperature to pre heat oven.
    Don’t see it. How long to bake – don’t see it.
    You’re telling me to bake until the temp is such and such.
    How the heck do I know what the internal temp is.
    I want temp to pre heat and HOW LONG to bake chicken breasts.
    You don’t provide the kind of information most people need to
    bake chicken, and you didn’t. I won’t be back.

    1. Emma, perhaps you didn’t scroll down to the actual recipe card. Here are my recipe instructions (directly from the website) that clearly outline both what to preheat the oven at and how long to bake the chicken.

      1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
      2. In a medium baking dish, place chicken, drizzle with oil and sprinkle with smoked paprika, garlic powder, oregano, salt and pepper. Using tongs or hands, move chicken around to coat on all sides evenly (I place bottom of breast on top of seasoned one and then swoosh around).
      3. Bake for 25 minutes (thinner) to 35 minutes (2″+) or until 150 degrees F internal temperature. Remove from the oven, cover with foil or lid, and let rest for 10 minutes for the juicies to settle (don’t skip!).

  12. I don’t cook! Looked up healthy chicken breast recipe and this was the first one I looked at an tried. AMAZING!!! I had never cooked chicken before in my life!! Seriously so easy an sooo GOOD!

  13. I would give this recipe 100 stars if I could! My 10 year old daughter just made it, pretty much by herself and it’s amazing! Husband was speechless how good it tasted. Thank you 🙂

    1. I am so happy to hear that your family enjoyed this recipe! Love that your 10 year old daughter was the one who made it too!

  14. I couldn’t believe you could cook chicken at 450 degrees and have it turn out moist, but this recipe is great! It comes out so moist and good!

  15. I loved this combo of spices for baked chicken. The info provided me with a no-fail chicken breast. I’ve made the chicken twice in a two week time. Once the chicken breasts stood on its own, the second time as a shredded version in chicken tamales. The family loved it and clearly I will be using it over and over! Thanks!

  16. Juicy! Tasted great. ,,, and easy!

    A question … approximately how much black pepper do you use? I’m a new cook, and am never sure if have it right. Thanks

    1. Honestly I just start grinding over chicken and eye ball. I use a grinder and can’t measure. Think how much pepper you would like over your food you know when a server at a restaurant offers it to you, start with that and adjust. You will get a hang of it soon.

  17. Moist. Tender. Flavorful. Delicious. OMG. I never rate a recipe. Never. Ever. This was amazing and oh so simple! From past epic fails, I vowed to never bake boneless skinless chicken breasts again. I have allocated skin/boneless breasts to chicken salads. BUT since I happen to have ALL the ingredients on hand, I decided it was a “sign” and braved baking chicken breasts again. This is DEFINITELY A KEEPER !!! Thank you!

      1. I might have missed it but what’s the calorie content of this chicken? It’s delicious, by the way, the spices are perfect, this is my meal prep chicken recipe from now on

        1. Nutritional info is located at the bottom of each recipe card. For this recipe, there is 151 calories per 1/2 cup of chicken!

  18. Love Love Love this recipe! I make it at least once a week. We have as main course, as is, the first night. Then I freeze some and make the rest in quesadillas on 2nd night! Thank you!

    1. Thanks for the positive feedback Shan! What a great idea to cook one night and use the chicken for other meals on subsequent nights. Way to meal plan!

  19. Hello, from Thailand! Looking forward to making this healthy meal for my boyfriend and I tomorrow for dinner along with a cucumber salad. Thank you!

  20. Was as delicious as it was described. I am not a meat eater, but cook for others & this was well received!!

  21. Sounds so good I’m definitely going to try this I’m trying to loose weight and I’m a very picky eater

  22. Hello from Australia! I made this for lunch today for friends and it was absolutely delicious. I had been going to use ordinary paprik,a but your note to get the smoked paprika “just buy it!” persuaded me to get some last minute – I was very glad I did as the taste was worth it. As someone else said in the comments, I too would normally never have cooked it at such a high temperature and uncovered, but I will definitely cook chicken breast like this again 🙂

    1. Hi Roni! Thank you for the positive feedback. I love hearing that my chicken breast recipe is being cooked all the way in Australia! So glad that you went with the smoked paprika!

  23. Thank you! I’ve been cooking for decades and needed a refreshing idea for simple baked chicken. This recipe and your technique tips were outstanding! I’ll be making this part of my go-to dinner rotation.

  24. WOW….we just had the most delicious dinner. I followed your ‘Baked Chicken Breast’ recipe exactly…. and it could have won a prize for being moist, awesome presentation, and very flavourful!

    I prepared a salad and steamed some baby carrots and my husband followed your recipe for baked potatoes in the Instant Pot. Another great recipe. It was a Sunday Dinner on a Thursday.

    Thank you Olena. I’m in my 70’s and done alot of cooking over the years, and I would never have cooked chicken breasts without a cover and at 450 degrees. For sure I’d have had a cover and had the oven at 325 degrees. It goes to show that with a little help one can learn at any age.

  25. Delicious! Used Bell & Evans bone-in breasts cooked to 150 degrees & 1t minced garlic per breast with generous amounts of the seasonings. As a side, cut thick slices of green & yellow squash, tossed with EVOO & same seasonings plus caraway seeds. Covered those, cooked in oven alongside chicken dish. After chicken rested, tossed veggies in chicken drippings & served together. Quick, healthy, & scrumptious.

  26. Was a nice change from plain baked chicken. My husband’s tastebuds are still off-kilter with seasonings, from the chemo and radiation prior to his stem cell transplant. A bit too much garlic for him, but he was able to eat it. I’m glad I Googled and chose your recipe to try. Thanks for posting it!

  27. Yummy! I added extra roasted garlic (cause we ❤ garlic!). Thanks for the covering the chicken after bake tip!

  28. Hi Olena, l watched your video on baked chicken. It looks so yummy. I went out to my grocery store and looked for smoked paprika … hubbie said get paprika. I continued to look a d finally found it. Yeah! Making this chicken breast tonight. So very grateful. ~Joyce

  29. Made this chicken recipe and will definitely make again. It was quick and easy and the chicken was tender and juicy. This recipe is a keeper.

  30. Unbelievably moist and delicious. I have made this recipe several times, shared it with others, and it never fails to come out perfectly!

  31. This is by far the best chicken recipe I’ve ever tried. I’ve made it every Sunday for the past two weeks as part of my meal prep for the week. The only thing I do differently is add a package of Italian salad dressing mix for additional flavor. Very impressed! Thank you!

  32. I made this tonight for my family and the missionaries. This is the absolute best chicken I have ever made! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe! It’s simply amazing.

  33. I will ALWAYS make chicken this way now, and will try many different combos of seasoning. The biggest take away from this recipe is the well made point of covering with aluminum foil and resting for 10 to even 15 minutes…sooooo moist and juicy!!!! The leftovers will be fantastic for my go to lunch salads. I ended up goofing and somehow used double the amount of spice needed
    (thinking I had twice as much chicken, but did have about 2 lbs! ) – so to fix the too much seasoning, I gave each piece a good rub and rinse under fairly warm water. Perfect save for my error. Steamed fresh carrots with buttered rice. Fabulous!!!

  34. I’ve made this recipe several times and absolutely love it! The chicken always comes out moist and tender, and is perfect eaten alone or added to other recipes.

  35. This receipe is on point. I used Garlic Paste instead and Parsley Flakes instead of the Oregano and it was Beautiful. Only if i could upload a picture. Mmmmmm yummy. Thanks mama Olena.

    1. This baked chicken recipe is very versatile. You mean seasonings? It is just a well seasoned chicken like a rotisserie, for example, that goes with anything. 😉

  36. i was looking for a way to bake chicken breasts without a lot of calories. I tried your recipe. It was delicious! So juicy. We loved it! I will certainly make it again.

  37. All of these recipes sound wonderful. I cook dinner for two families each of 2 older adults.
    I am going to try the Baked Chicken Breast as it sounds so hood.
    Looking forward to the emails too
    Thankyou

  38. I made this last night – my very fussy 8 year old LOVED it. I was stunned!! It was delicious and I’ll definitely be making it again!

    1. That’s awesome! Why not? Real food is delicious. Many times all it takes is just to offer and one to try. 🙂 My kids friends come and eat and love most of our food although they never tried it before.

      1. Baking chicken has always been my least favorite way to prepare it because it comes out so dry. Your advice of higher temp (I always cooked @ 350) for shorter time and letting it rest produced the juiciest chicken I’ve ever made! My dad said “wow!” and my kids cleared their plates. Thank you for my new menu staple!

        1. Hi Kira! I am happy to hear that you found the recipe helpful and that your family loved it! Higher temp is the way to go for juicy chicken!

  39. This was deliciousssss!!! This was my first time baking chicken breast and no one got salmonella! But all jokes aside best recipe for a healthy lifestyle 🙂 thank you so much for sharing this

  40. Thank you so so much for this great recipe, Olena! It tastes so good, it changed the way I see chicken breast (I used to relate it to boring and dry diet recipes). I added some onions to the baking dish – they got all caramelized and tasted great with the chicken juices.

  41. Perfect balance of seasoning and bake time producing tender, juicy chicken. Next batch I will try substituting Garam Masala — a favorite spice blend of my daughter.

  42. My boyfriend absolutely despises chicken and I’m far from a fan of chicken breast. But we just started a diet together and decided we need to be more open minded. This is the first chicken breast recipe and to put it simple… this recipe is a keeper! We both have a newfound love for chicken! This recipe is simple and easy to put together and it’s beyond delicious! Thank you so much for sharing it!

  43. Who thought chicken could be so moist! I make these up Sunday night and toss in my salad at lunch. Another staple recipe for me

  44. Olena, in the Notes you said you used 3 huge breasts, but in actual recipe it’s 2. So does the amount of seasoning change for the 3 breasts? Thanks!

        1. Wonderful way to prepare chicken! The coating adhered and the flavorful and juicy chicken was delicious! The directions were excellent- the tender chicken carved so easily. Loved it!

  45. I’ve made this recipe three times with rice. The family loves it, the chicken has flavor and is not dry due to the seasons used. It a quick meal on busy week days.

  46. I made juicy chicken and it was great. Gone in no time. I also made cucumber tomato salad to go with it. That also was excellent. Would go good with anything you put with it. Made toco shrimp. Could not stop eating it. The sauce was very creamy. Could not tell it was not full of fat.

  47. This is my go-to baked chicken breast recipe when I don’t have time to thaw them. The chicken always turns out juicy and seasoned deliciously! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.

  48. Where has this blog been my whole life? I wish I could cook everything at once but that isn’t a sound idea. Me and my hubby have been trying to eat healthy. What brought me to your blog was your salad recipes and here I am 30 pages in and can’t stop except to comment. Thank you for your dedication and hard work! You have a new follower.

    1. Welcome, Sana! That is so good to hear!:) Please make a few a recipes at a time (not the whole blog at once haha) and I would love to read your feedback on each of them. Be healthy!

  49. I only added more spices and the juice left with the cooked chicken was fantastic. Possibly it was the chicken breasts themselves but as tasty as they were, they were still tough. I used Springer Farms brand skinless & boneless breasts: no GMO, antibiotics etc. I hate hard to chew chicken. Can you make a recommendation? Love your site!

  50. I have made this several times. My family love it. I am 79 years old and love learning new tricks from young women like you.
    Love your web site and have tried many of your recipes. Thanks for teaching us old dogs new tricks.

    1. Awe, you are so welcome! So happy to hear you are enjoying my recipes! And thanks for your kind words. Please don’t be shy to leave me a comment with a star review once you make any recipe. Have a great week!

    2. 68 yrs old here and I agree. So glad to find Olga’s site. Just made my first recipe and learned a lot.

  51. I like your office you seem like a person that will go far in your life i bet it is beautiful there i live in arizona it is very hot here even in the winter sometimes is warmer then normal iam originally from california and ended out here with my 5 kids i lost my husband to brain tumors hes been gone about 18 years now i think of him everyday he loved my cooking though so much for that you seem like a very nice smart women i cant wait to try your recipes have a great day

  52. Love this recipe! Chicken is tender and juicy every time. I cook it often in the mornings and my children take fresh chicken sandwiches to school instead of deli meat!!

  53. I love love this simple and delicious baked chicken recipe. I love smoked paprika.
    And left over chicken is great cut up and put in a fresh green salad. I give it a five star rating. Thank you!

  54. I’m making this tonight! I’ll let you all know how it turns out!
    But just curious… do you happens to know the nutrition facts on this recipe?

  55. So much flavor with almost no effort a only a few ingredients. Will be become a regular meal in our house.

  56. I forgot to ask, the juice that is left after cooking the chicken is soooo good, if I wanted more of it to pour on top, would I add more oil?? It was so delicious I wish I had more.

    1. So happy to hear, Cristina! I know, right?! I always pour some of that juice over my quinoa! I think if you add 1/2 cup water or broth to the bottom of the pan before cooking you will have more sauce. Bake uncovered. You don’t want to steam baked chicken breast in lots of liquid.

  57. I made this today & wow, it was delicious and yet so simple to make. Super moist and tender. My chicken breasts were pretty thick so cooking at 30 minutes was actually good. Going to make this again and again… thank you for sharing!

  58. Hi, if I use chicken thighs instead, so I use the same oven temperature, time and cover the chicken?
    Thanks

    1. I would say to thaw one whole baked chicken breast will take 2-3 hours on a counter or overnight in the fridge. I usually thaw on a counter. Chicken is already cooked. Just make sure when freezing breasts are not in one big blob – lay them flat. This way they will thaw fast.

  59. Thank you for the recipe, my husband and I absolutely loved it. It was so easy to prep and I’ve never baked such a tender and juicy chicken before! It’s definitely my favorite healthy chicken dish. I’m looking forward to trying more of your recipes very soon.

    1. Oh, yay! So glad you enjoyed my baked chicken breast. Yes, “simple” is definitely the keyword to survive as life seems to get busier and busier.:)

    1. Awesome!!! Any smoked paprika works. I prefer the one without silicone dioxide. Just fyi they put a bunch of preservatives in smoked paprika. Who would think, right?! I end up buying organic.

  60. Thank you Olena,
    I’ve been looking for a quick healthy recipe that’s delicious and the kids love. Finally found it!

  61. This is the best chicken breast recipe ever. Easy, delicious and juicy! We ❤️ it! It’s baking right now…

  62. This baked chicken recipe is what I have been looking for for years! It is the most juicy, moist, flavorful baked chicken I’ve had. It tastes great reheated which makes it absolutely perfect for meal prepping! This is now a staple in our home. Can’t go wrong with this super easy recipe.

  63. This was delish. I was skeptical but prepared and baked exactly like the recipe. Most tender and moist chicken we have had in a long time. The breasts were huge and I baked 40 minutes, let them rest for 10 minutes. Thanks, this one is a keeper.

  64. Best, easiest and quickest way to make oven baked chicken. It’s not dried out at all and has a lot of flavour. I have made this recipe three times already, my now go to quick week night recipe. Thank you

  65. This chicken is so flavorful and juicy. My new go to recipe for baked chicken! My husband has refused to eat baked chicken for years, but he inhaled this dish. Thank you!

  66. Excellent chicken! Great idea. Thanks again for the recipes and clean eating principles- my energy level and positivity has increased exponentially!!
    So glad l stumbled upon your website!!

    1. My pleasure! Eating whole foods makes a huge difference how you feel. I think I would be hybernating if I ate processed white carbs like majority of NA.

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