If you love chicken then you will love this recipe! Chicken is not only a great, low-fat (SKIP THE SKIN!) source of protein but it’s packed with B vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, copper, phosphorus and magnesium to keep us healthy.
Grilled chicken breast can get boring, which is why I’ve come up with a super simple way of making your chicken a) interesting and b) AMAZINGLY TASTY too! I want to say a big thank you the athleat.co.uk who set me the challenge of coming up with a super tasty dish and who sent me some of their chicken breasts to try!
This chicken dish goes perfectly with sweet potato and salad for either lunch or dinner and it’s super filling – the combination of protein and fibre is guaranteed to satisfy even the hungriest stomach!
Nutritional stats provided are based on 1 chicken breast (sliced in two) with light mozzarella & vegetables i.e. 1 serving, but will vary depending on the size of your chicken breast, the amount of cheese used and how much oil you fry your vegetables in – use 1 calorie spray oil if you’re watching your weight or use pouring oil if you’re trying to gain weight.[ingredients]
**Choose regular mozzarella if you want more calories
***I use celtic sea salt because of it’s superior taste & mineral content in comparison to regular table salt.
P.S If you have any vegetables and mozzarella left over then simply pop the vegetables into a small casserole dish & top with the cheese before baking or grilling until the cheese has melted *yum*
*with added beetroot!