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Chicken, Tomato and Avocado Stack

Phillipa Garner10 Oct 2017
Chicken, Tomato and Avocado Stack

Quick, super easy and one the troops will enjoy!

Perfect weekend 'quick bite' to enjoy with family and friends! Take advantage of the last few light nights, fire up the bbq and cook your chicken over hot coals!

When using Purition for weight loss or weight management, it's important that you eat a simple home cooked meal that compliments your new healthy eating regime and maximises your potential for losing the most body fat in the shortest time.

Ideally, your evening meal needs to be full of nourishing veggies that are packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and importantly are also low-carb and tasty!

 

For the Stack you'll need:

4 x Chicken Breasts

2 x ripe avocados

2 x large or beef tomatoes

 

For the Sweet Potato Wedges (prep these first):

2 x large Sweet potatoes, scrubbed well and cut into wedges (skin on)

½ tsp x dried chilli flakes (optional)

Olive Oil

 

1 Scrub your sweet potatoes, leaving the skin on cut into wedges. Coat in a few teaspoons of olive oil and place on a baking tray (line with greaseproof paper to prevent sticking), season with a little salt and chilli flakes if using. Bake in the top of your preheated oven at 180 for about 20-25 minutes, until tender in the middle and crispy on the outside.

Once you have the wedges in the oven, it's time to prep the Stack...

2 Place your chicken breast on a chopping board, place your hand over the breast completely, take a sharp knife and carefully cut the breast in two, through the middle. Place each half on the board, cover with some greaseproof paper/ cling film/ freezer bag and use the base of a pan to tenderise and flatten the chicken a little.

3 Season and griddle the chicken breast slices, until cooked through. Slice the tomato and avocado.

4 Stack it up and serve with lots of green salad (and optional sweet potato wedges).

 

Take a look at our Pinterest page, where you can find lots of healthy eating ideas. To include; breakfasts, lunches and evening meals.

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