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Lemon Ginger Chicken Thermomix recipe Skinnymixers
Lemon Ginger Chicken

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Lemon Ginger Chicken Thermomix recipe Skinnymixers

This Lemon Ginger Chicken recipe from The Healthy Mix IV was intended to be an entirely different style of dish, but what I ended up with was a really happy ‘mistake’.

The kids both polished off their dinners when I served it and I think it is a lovely light alternative to heavier Asian style meals. 

The flavours in this Lemon Ginger Chicken tray bake are perfectly balanced and you can easily increase the vegetables in this Thermomix dish.

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This Lemon Ginger Chicken Tray Bake recipe is prepared in the Thermomix and transferred to the oven to cook. You can easily increase or decrease the quantities for this recipe – just adjust the size of your oven safe baking dish.

Other Tray Bake Thermomix recipes that you may like…

THMIV: Lemon Ginger Chicken

The Lemon Ginger Chicken from The Healthy Mix IV Thermomix cookbook is family friendly and so simple to make. Make the sauce in the Thermomix and then pour over the chicken to pop in the oven to bake.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time40 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: All-in-one, Chicken, Cookbook, Dinner, Low Carb
Cuisine: Asian
Keyword: Chicken, Dairy Free, Freezer Friendly, Gluten Free, LCHF, Paleo, slow cook, Thermomix
Servings: 6

Ingredients

Instructions

  • This recipe is exclusive to The Healthy Mix IV cookbook - available from the Skinnymixers Shop.

Notes

This recipe has tips on how to make it with Fish, cook in the Slow Cooker and how to make it into an All-in-One dinner. There are Low Carb, Super Skinny, Paleo, Vegetarian and Low Fodmap variations. This recipe can easily be halved.
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Nutrition Facts
THMIV: Lemon Ginger Chicken
Amount Per Serving (250 g)
Calories 268 Calories from Fat 106
% Daily Value*
Fat 11.8g18%
Saturated Fat 3g19%
Sodium 619mg27%
Carbohydrates 7.7g3%
Sugar 5.9g7%
Protein 31.7g63%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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