of chicken thigh (all visible fat removed), sliced into bitesize chunks
onion, roughly chopped
of garlic, crushed
and black pepper
of Feta Cheese (2xHEa’s)Preheat oven to 200c or 400f (gas mark 6)
beets until clean and then slice into quarters.
in an oven proof dish, scatter with the onion and garlic and some fresh thyme and season well with salt and black pepper.
over the top with spray oil. Place in the oven and roast until a beetroot and onion is caramelised. (approx 35 mins)
beetroot is almost done. Season chicken with salt and black pepper and sprinkle with some mixed Italian herbs, spray a frying pan over a medium high heat with some spray oil, add the chicken thighs and fry until lightly golden on each side.
the chicken thigh meat into the dish with the beetroot and crumble your feta cheese over the top.
back in the oven for approx 15 mins until chicken is cooked through.
with your choice of sides. I served mine with quinoa.
I make my meatball bake in a proper deep dish lasagne tray, because you can fill it up properly and you avoid the sauce bubbling over the top…you can use them to make deep dish brownies too for those not so on plan days
I saw someone post this recipe but then, as usual lost the post so I scoured the web, looked at a few and wangled one up myself, which is my favouritist thing to do in the kitchen, make a recipe my own and then share with you lovelies
We’ve topped this one with some chicken, sweetcorn and mushrooms. This got us thinking about what flavour pizzas we could make synfree or low syn, and we came up with our own Fakeaway versions of these Papa Johns favourites
I made my delicious SynFree HexB Pizza (with wholemeal bread mix) and have made my own SynFree Pizza Sauce too, not to mention my Pizza Stuffed Burgers and Pizza Jacket Potatoes, and now I’m back with my SynFree One Pot Penne Pizza Bake
On this occasion I accompanied my stuffed chicken escalope with roasted new potatoes (simply roasted from raw with Fry Light and seasoning) and a big pile of mushrooms and broccoli to put plenty of speed on my plate
1600g potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced. 1Brown the bacon and onion in a pan using Frylite. 1Mix the sliced potatoes, broccoli, bacon & onions together in the dish and spread out into an even layer. 1Pour the stock over the potatoes, loosely cover with foil & bake in the oven for about 30-40 mins. 1Once the potatoes have softened, spoon over some of the stock then add the cheese & bake for a further 20 mins until browned