Breaded prawn and chicken ( healthy popcorn chicken)

Breaded chicken and prawns.

50 protein, 17 carbs, 10 fat !

These are extremely macro friendly. LOW fat, carbs and HIGH protein. It tastes exactly like KFCs popcorn chicken too! No more KFC for me, although I was never a big fan of it in the first place.  Plus the sodium content in this is the bare minimal!

Usually with food, I would start feeling hungry after an hour or so, after the meal. But this actually lasted me the whole night!

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INGREDIENTS

100g Chicken breast (raw)

3 oz of prawns  (raw)

1 slice of wholemeal bread

1 medium free range egg

1 Garlic clove

2 tbsp of Olive oil

Basil

Himalayan Pink Salt and Pepper

(No MAJOR prepping required, takes 10-15 minutes)

preheat oven to 200 degrees

Firstly, place the slice of bread in a food processor, along with 2 tbsps of olive oil, sprinkle of basil, salt and pepper. Judge the quantity of seasoning by your taste buds. Process everything together until you get small bread crumbs. Set aside in bowl

Then, put the Raw chicken and prawns in processor, along with 1 garlic clove, salt and pepper. Process until you get a smooth consistency. (Using only chicken will work too, although I find using prawns makes it less dry when cooked!)

Beat the egg in a small bowl. (This allows the bread to stick to the meat)

Use a spoon to get desired amount of your processed meat. Dip in egg mix. Shape desired look of meat and place into the bowl of breadcrumbs. Place on a baking tray.

Place in oven for 20 minutes.

Breadcrumbs should look golden brown!

Voila!

Hope You enjoy!

Ling X

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