Dinners at my house are often prepared during the day when the kids are at kindy or school. However, if I don't get time and have to manage it when both are at home with me then it must be something that's quick, easy or set and forget!
This dish was one of those ‘I need dinner now' recipes and after receiving lovely feedback from my recipe testing team on it I thought I best share it for any one else looking for that easy but delicious meal.
185g (1 large) brown onion, peeled and halved
3 large garlic cloves, peeled
20g ginger, peeled
35g coconut oil, plus extra for cooking or preferred cooking fat
950g chicken breast, thigh or tenderloins, diced
1 tsp salt or to taste
1 tsp pepper or to taste
600g vegetables such as: broccoli, pumpkin, carrot and cauliflower, roughly chopped
250g liquid stock
200g of extra vegetables with less cooking time such as: asparagus and snow peas, roughly chopped
6 springs coriander, roughly chopped
60g whole raw, salted or roasted cashews
1. Add onion (185g) to bowl and chop 3 seconds/speed 5. Set aside.
2. Without washing bowl, add garlic (3) and ginger (20g) to bowl and chop 3 seconds/speed 7.
3. Scrape down sides and add: tamari (80g), honey (75g), coconut oil (35g) and mix 10 seconds/speed 4.
4. Scrape down sides and add chicken (950g), salt (1 tsp) and pepper (1 tsp) and mix 10 seconds/reverse/speed 2.
5. Heat up a pan with extra coconut oil or preferred fat and add chopped onion. Cook for 5 minutes until starting to become soft. Stir occasionally.
6. Add chicken mixture to pan and cook for 5 minutes until starting to cook through. Stir occasionally.
7. Add hard vegetables (600g) and stock (250g) and simmer for 10 minutes or until cooked through to your liking.
8. Add any remaining vegetables (200g) for a further 2 minutes to keep a bit of crunch.
9. Once cooked top the dish with coriander (6 springs) and cashews (60g).
- You could add some chilli in step 2 and/or coconut cream in step 7 in this recipe.
- Serve with some rice, cauliflower rice or mash potato.
- Change up the vegetables to any that you have on hand.
- You can use soy sauce instead of tamari if prefered.