Chicken Parmagiana (will make enough for the whole family or even leftovers)

4 Chicken breast fillets LSA mix or Hazelnut meal
1 egg beaten
Herbs and spices
4-5 Whole tomatoes
6 Basil leaves
1 cup of homemade beef stock

Directions
– Slice some chicken breast into smaller pieces and place them in a baking dish.
– In a bowl put your LSA or Hazelnut meal in with your herbs, spices, salt and pepper.
– In a separate bowl crack an egg and beat.
– Dip your chicken breast pieces in egg mixture then coat with LSA/Hazelnut meal mix that you have prepared.
– Bake in oven on about 180 degrees turning once or twice until they are slightly brown or cooked through.
– While these are in the oven baking prepare a topping that consists of 5 whole tomatoes, fresh basil, 1 beef stock cube, pepper and other spices you like.
– Dice the tomatoes and put in a pot so they can heat up and start breaking down then pour 100ml of hot water into a cup with the beef stock and stir.
– Pour this into the saucepan and add basil and other spices and keep stirring and breaking up tomatoes until ready.
– Pour over chicken pieces, enjoy!


Simone Ashton
Simone Ashton

Simone Ashton is a Coach & Senior Nutritionist of Absolute Health & Fitness. She is dedicated to helping women break free of the vicious dieting cycle so that they can live a happy, healthy, balanced and confident life. Her greatest achievement is her twins Eli and Indi and she shares her passion for all things nutrition, training, family, food, footy, travel and cultural experiences with her husband Clint. Together they have built AHF from the ground up to be the go to for women over 40 who are desperate for life long change and are sick and tired of being stuck in the yo-yo dieting cycle. She loves music, being free and knows happiness comes from within and to be happy you must do what feeds your soul, so that you can live your best life! Simone knows that living a healthy but balanced life is one of the keys to success and loves spending her spare time with family whilst enjoying espresso martinis, wine, chocolate and all things Italian.

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