SUPER LOW-CALORIE CHICKEN & VEG LUNCH RECIPE

Summary Recipe NameSUPER LOW-CALORIE CHICKEN & VEG LUNCH RECIPE Published On 2018-06-21Preparation Time 10MCook Time 20M Total Time 30M

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SUPER LOW-CALORIE CHICKEN & VEG LUNCH RECIPE

30 min 3 Low Calories

Ideas for quick, easy and low-calorie meals on your wedding diet can be difficult. This chicken recipe is a great choice to solve to solve those problems.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

301

Total Fat

5g

Protein

39g

Total Carbohydrate

25g

Ingredients

450g Chicken Breast

400g Carrots

300g Broccoli

300g Peppers

6 Cloves of Garlic

Chicken Stock Cube

Thumb of Ginger

Curry Powder

10ml of Olive/Coconut/Avocado oil

Salt

100ml Water

Directions

Step 1Blend all the sauce ingredients together.

Step 2Cut and prepare vegetables.

Step 3Microwave carrots and broccoli with a little water until soft.

Step 4Cut the chicken breasts to 150g

Step 5Lay the chicken breasts on a silicone baking sheet (or foil) and sprinkle on some extra curry powder.

Step 6Surround the chicken breasts with the vegetables.

Step 7Pour the sauce over everything!

Step 8Place in the pre-heated oven for 20 minutes at 220 degrees.

Step 9Slice the chicken and separate everything equally between three tupperware containers or just eat right then!

Watch me make it

Make a quick lunch for your wedding diet

Lunch is often a struggle when you're on your wedding diet. You're not at home, you have limited time, plus you may have got your co-workers inviting you out for a "work lunch". Plus, if you've got a canteen at your office, the choices probably aren't that great either.

This quick garlic and ginger chicken with vegetables recipe is a great one to get around the common lunch problems.

It's high in protein, tastes great and only has 285 Calories.

You also save time by making 3 days worth in one go. (Any more and it might not keep in the fridge).

There's also nothing stopping you eating this for your dinner, a between-meal snack or even your breakfast if you want!

If you enjoy sharing cooking/meal-times with your partner and they need to eat more than you, just add rice or potato to the bowl and you instantly get a meal to sustain someone who has higher calorie needs.

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