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Super Bowl Series: Spicy Chicken

Super Bowl Series: Spicy Chicken

When it comes to football I LOVE to eat chicken while I’m watching but I am really trying to stay as healthy as possible so though I would love to order a big bowl of greasy wings, I decided to make my own chicken treat.

Though I ate the chicken fillets whole, I do also recommend them in a healthy tortilla wrap and make it into fajitas.

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Sliced Mixed Peppers

Ingredients (Serves 2)

4 Chicken Fillets

3 Bell Peppers (I decided to go with one of each to add colour to the plate)

1/4 Whole Onion

Oregano

Cumin

Garlic Powder

Chilli Flakes

Himalayan Rock Salt

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Chopped Onion and Sliced Peppers

Directions

Take your whole peppers, cut off the top and bottom and then cut out the seeds.

Cut your peppers into slices.

Take 1/4 of an onion and cut it up into slices.

Take a baking dish and oil it up, I use Fry Light 1 Calorie Olive Oil.

Place chicken fillets into dish and sprinkle both sides with a generous amount of cumin, oregano, garlic powder, Himalayan rock salt and chilli flakes.

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Seasoned Chicken

Take your onions and peppers and place them into the baking dish with the chicken.

Pop into the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees celsius.

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Before popping in the oven

Now to give this chicken a real kick.

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Available in Aldi for €1.99

This stuff is so hot and spicy and just compliments the chicken so well. This is going to be a permanent ingredient in my fridge.

Nutritional Information (Serving = 2 fillets w Jalapeno Relish)

Calories 346

Protein 54g

Carbohydrates 24g

Fat 5g

Saturated Fat 1g

Fiber 8g

 

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