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Apple/Lemon Chicken

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Meli, 11 December 2009 Social URL.

  1. Meli

    Meli Gold Member

    I'm on a red day today so planning to make this chicken tonight (low fat version).

    My mom used to put olive oil, but will try it out with the fry light.

    Chicken Pieces
    2 apples
    dash of lemon juice
    pepper- to your taste
    1 onion
    fry light


    Spray a little fry light and heat the chopped onion and chicken pieces until golden. Add the unskinned, chopped pieces of apple and move around until soft. Add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste. Add a little water so it doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan and you have a nice sauce and simmer for about 15-20 mins.

    The sauce is really nice so I normally end up using my 2 health extras on ww bread.

    I'm sure this would come out really nice in the slow cooker if I knew how to use mine.
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  3. natasha1974

    natasha1974 Silver Member

    u may have to syn the apples hun as i recall someone telling me once you cook an apple it has to be syned something to do with the sugar in them it wont be many syns though recipie sounds yummy xx:)
  4. Meli

    Meli Gold Member

    Was looking in the book and it says 369g apple stewed as a Healthy Extra B, so I assume if you use it in this way it won't be a Syn? Sorry I'm new to this.
  5. natasha1974

    natasha1974 Silver Member

    yeah u could do that or syn it xx
  6. Meli

    Meli Gold Member

    Just wanted to add that I made this today and it did come out nice, even my son loved it! I'm sure it would come out nicer with the darker pieces of meat, but I used chicken breast pieces.
    I also used red Gala apples, don't like the taste of the green apples.
    Also you need to add quite a bit of water so that the apple turns into a sauce. Took about 20-30 mins on Low-Medium Heat.

    Let me know if anyone else tries this recipie and what you think of it.
  7. suepat10

    suepat10 I am one of the 63336

    Sounds scrummy x
  8. shaunyf23

    shaunyf23 Full Member

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