coconut oil (I use Vita Coco Coconut Oil) 1 carrot 4-6 chicken thighs (boneless/skinless) 2 tbsp gluten free plain flour 400ml gluten free chicken stock (I use 1 Knorr Chicken Stock Cube) A dash of gluten free soy sauce 1 clove of garlic, finely chopped (or 1/2 tsp garlic paste) 2 heaped tsp of mild curry powder 1/2 tsp ground ginger 1/2 tsp chilli flakes 1/2 tsp onion powder (optional - i don't like to eat onion) A pinch of ground star anise A pinch of ground cumin A few slices of green chilli (optional - if you don't want it hot I wouldn't say this is necessary) Handful of frozen peas (this gives it an authentic 'Chinese takeaway' look!
5 tbs of curry powder (I used hot or medium, depending on how hot you like it). 11/4 tsp of Chinese five spice. 13 cups of chicken stock. 1Add the curry powder, Chinese five spice, tomato paste and soy sauce and stir to coat. 1Pour in the chicken stock, bring to a boil, then cover and simmer for 20 mins. 1Spray frying pan with spray oil, add chicken and fry for approx 5 mins until lightly browned. 1Add back in chicken, pour in the sauce, stir to coat, add peas, bring to a boil, then cover and simmer for about 5 mins, till chicken is cooked through
We often make our own glutenfree chow mein, glutenfree Singapore noodles, glutenfree fried rice, glutenfreeChinesechickencurry & glutenfreechicken with cashews… all of these alongside glutenfree prawn toast make a great combo
The post Glutenfree crispy Chinese duck salad recipe appeared first on Free From Fusion. Serving the duck with salad is great for lunch but if you wanted something a bit more substantial you could pair it with glutenfree rice noodles or fluffy white rice
I would image it would be popular with kiddies too as it very similar to chicken nuggets, except a lot more healthy as its glutenfree and not cooked in oil, another added benefit is that a meal can be on the table quickly and ideal for eating outside in the garden whilst the lovely weather lasts
KFC is a takeaway I miss for that famous coating and all that juicy chicken goodness but it’s also definitely a takeaway I don’t miss for it’s health concerns, it may be juicy but it’s a whole lot of fatty too
Who could say no to a lovely, creamy bowl of glutenfree cream of chicken soup. A little pink Himalayan salt in moderation can really bring out the amazing chicken flavour even more, so that’s my top tip for this recipe