Ingredients 1 pack of chicken breast fillets (700 g) Freshly ground salt and pepper Juice and 1 lemon zest 150 g of chopped cashew nuts olive oil to grease 1 bunch of broccoli (150 g) 2 carrots (120 g) 1 onion (40 g) 1 tablespoon of oil salt and pepper 1 tablespoon of olive oil (sauce) 1 onion (sauce) 1 […]
1 pack of chicken breast fillets (700 g)
Freshly ground salt and pepper
Juice and 1 lemon zest
150 g of chopped cashew nuts
olive oil to grease
1 bunch of broccoli (150 g)
2 carrots (120 g)
1 onion (40 g)
1 tablespoon of oil
salt and pepper
1 tablespoon of olive oil (sauce)
1 onion (sauce)
1 piece of cinnamon stick
1 tomato (45 g)
1 spoon (coffee) of salt and freshly ground black pepper (sauce)
1 spoon (coffee) of cumin
1 pack of traditional tomato sauce (330 g)
1 tablespoon of honey (20g)
2 cups (tea) of quinoa (180g)
How about preparing a recipe for chicken with a cashew nut crust? When it comes to eating a healthy and nutritious diet, including this meat on the menu is always a great option! Prepared with frozen chicken fillet, it is a source of protein and a great option for a wholesome lunch. The best part is that it has a cashew nut crust, which is a different (and delicious) way to spice up the meat. To make the dish better, our tip is to prepare cooked vegetables and cooked quinoa, which can be consumed instead of rice – great for those who like to vary and add other cereals to their diet. The best part of this recipe is that, in addition to being tasty, it is rich in protein, iron and vitamins A and C, which cannot be lacking in the diet.
Season the chicken breast fillets with salt and pepper, then add the juice and lemon zest
Cover with plastic wrap and marinate for 15 minutes
Chop the cashew nuts into very small pieces and bread the fillets
Distribute on a baking sheet greased with oil and bake in a preheated oven (200˚C) until golden (approximately 25 minutes)
Cut the bunch of broccoli into bouquets, the carrot into sticks and the onion into four pieces
Boil the broccoli with the carrots and drain them
In a skillet, heat the oil and grill the vegetables, seasoning with salt and pepper
In a pan, heat the oil and saute the onion with the cinnamon and cloves
Add the diced seedless tomato and season with salt, pepper and cumin
Cook stirring constantly for about 2 minutes
Add the sauce and honey, stir well and cook for about 3 minutes. Turn off the heat and set aside
Prepare quinoa according to package instructions
Serve the steaks with vegetables, quinoa and sauce
Chicken is a source of protein, vitamin B3 and B6 and is low in fat.
In addition to being a type of lean meat (low fat) indicated for healthier recipes, chicken is also a very nutritious option! It stands out for being rich in proteins, which are important for muscle health and for the proper functioning of hormones, enzymes and antibodies. In addition, chicken is a source of vitamins B3 (niacin) and B6 (pyridoxine), which help with heart health, improve blood circulation and prevent anemia.
Cashew nuts are rich in zinc, calcium, magnesium, flavonoids and good fats.
Belonging to the group of oilseeds, the cashew nut is great for increasing the energy of the body and is good for the health of the heart. This is because it is rich in omega 3 (beneficial fat) that helps control cholesterol and also important minerals such as zinc, calcium and magnesium, which strengthen bones, immunity and help control blood pressure. Another interesting point of cashew nuts is that it provides flavonoids (antioxidant substances) that fulfill a long-term anticancer function.
Broccoli is a source of iron, potassium, fiber, protein and vitamins A, C and E
Like most dark green vegetables, broccoli stands out for being very rich in nutritional terms. In addition to being a source of iron and potassium, two important minerals for the health of muscles and bones, it is rich in fiber, proteins and several vitamins (A, C and E) that strengthen the immune system and ensure balance for the gastrointestinal apparatus.
Carrot is rich in beta-carotene, iron, calcium and vitamins that are good for the skin
Carrots are a highly nutritious type of root that can be used in a variety of ways in the kitchen – in preparing salads, soups, souffles, stir-fries, chips and so on. It is rich in beta-carotene, a type of antioxidant pigment that is good for the health of the skin (prevents premature aging) and the immune system. In addition, carrots are a source of iron, calcium, vitamins A, complex B, C and K.
Quinoa is a cereal source of protein, fiber, antioxidants, B-complex vitamins and essential amino acids
A good way to vary your cereal consumption is to focus on preparing quinoa recipes. This food is rich in protein, fiber (which help the bowel function), antiox