A healthy diet doesn’t mean that you have to eat only chicken breast boiled in water over and over again, that would be a tad boring. That’s why today we’ve prepared a dish with a touch of exoticism that will delight you. The sweet and sour flavour of the marinade complements perfectly with the slightly spicy spring onions. Then just add rice, bread or salad and you’re ready to serve.


Ingredients for the garnish:

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Take 15 g of lyophilized pineapple and blend it into a powder. Mix it with the soy sauce, ketchup, sugar, crushed garlic and rice vinegar.

Huli-Huli chicken - marinade preparation

Cut the chicken breasts into smaller pieces to ensure they cook through evenly and more quickly. Dip the meat into the marinade in a bowl, then cover the bowl with cling film and leave it to marinate in the fridge for at least 30 minutes, ideally overnight.

Huli-Huli chicken - marinated chicken meat

Then take a frying pan, spray it with oil spray and heat it up. Put the meat in and sauté until done. When ready, transfer it to a plate and garnish with spring onions,  lyophilized pineapple or coriander. Serve with rice, bread or salad.

Huli-Huli chicken

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Nutritional values

1 serving without a side (total 4 servings)

Energy value 186 kcal
Protein 31g
Carbohydrates 11 g
Fats 2 g

If you’re looking for a recipe for a healthy lunch without having to eat boiled chicken breasts all the time, then you’ll be delighted by this deliciousness and exotic touch.

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