If you’re making chicken breasts for the entire family, throw an extra one on to use in this pureed baby food. Alternatively, you can use leftover roast chicken or poached chicken breast. Chicken is often one of the first meats recommended for babies’ diets, as it is easily digested.
Wholesome Chicken Carrot and Brown Rice Puree
Proof that a salad can be more than satisfying, this dish offers protein from turkey, eggs and bacon turkey-style. You could add a sliced ripe avocado to this salad, but it will increase the fat to 20 g per serving.
Barbecued Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potato Fries
Chicken thighs grill up tender every time, unlike chicken breasts which become dry if overcooked. Thighs are also cheaper than breasts, another bonus.
Cooking the macaroni separately keeps the wheat flavour from overwhelming the finished soup.
No need to pay for delivery- you can easily make this classic take-out dish at home! Faster and fresher.
Wrap it Up! Chicken Lettuce Wrap
Here’s a high-protein snack the kids can help you make. Perfect for after school munchies.
Piri Piri Chicken and Potatoes
Just like you’d get at a Portuguese churrasqueira! Serve with dry-cured black olives for an authentic touch.
Aphrodite Chopped Salad
In Greek mythology, Aphrodite was the goddess of love. This variation on a Greek salad is a one-bowl, chop-and-toss quicky.
Crockpot Coq Au Vin
A classic chicken and wine dish, simplified by use of a slow cooker. Chicken thighs are great in stews, as they don’t dry out and toughen like white meat can.
Curried Turkey a la King Popovers
Popovers have a crisp golden crust, and are moist and a bit hollow on the inside, making them ideal for splitting and filling. Here we use leftovers from turkey dinner.