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Here Are 5 Ways To Turn The Humble Chicken Fillet Into Something Super-Exciting

By aidan

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


You just can't bate a daycent bit of chicken.

One of the most versatile, cost-effective and protein-packed lean meats, it acts as a vehicle for all sorts of flavours – and it's also damn healthy.

Some of the below recipes may mention thighs or other parts of the bird – but such is the versatility of the breast fillet that they can be used to make all of these.

So here are five ideas to get you inspired. Get cookin'...

1. Crockpot sweet and spicy chicken

Crockpots are the best for bringing out oodles of flavour in the most simple way imaginable – and this recipe lays on the taste pretty thick. Gorgeous.

Click here for full recipe.


2. Sweet potato broccoli chicken bake

The chicken fillet doesn't always need to be lathered in sauces and dips to make it taste good – it's a naturally delicious meat, and sometimes it just needs good company.

You won't find many healthier meals than this one.

Click here for full recipe.


3. Slow cooker paleo cashew chicken

Romeo and Juliet; Lennon and McCartney; Sonny and Cher; Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

All truly great double-acts – but none of them are a patch on the greatest pairing of all: chicken and cashew nuts.

Click here for full recipe.


4. Kung Pao chicken

Eight ingredients, and a 20-minute prep time. 

You can't ask for better than that, can you?

Click here for full recipe.


5. Simple coconut chicken curry

There are few things more delicious and rewarding than a home-cooked curry, and this one absolutely delivers. 

Click here for full recipe.



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