6 Chicken recipes for special family dinners
A good, beautiful chicken is a food that yields to the whole family, does not it? So, nothing like putting it as the star of your dinner. Seara has selected some recipes that feed the whole family and help bring everyone around the table:
1. Boneless stuffed chicken
Boneless stuffed chicken - Photo: Disclosure / Today has Chicken
For starters, nothing like a stuffed chicken! See this step-by-step and make a delicious and healthy boneless chicken.
2. Chicken and tomato pie
Chicken and tomato pie - Photo: Divulgação / Hoje a Chicken
With the traditional rotten pasta, the star of a pie will always be its filling. And how not to think of chicken when it comes to pies? Check out here our step by step for this traditional and filling recipe.
3. Chicken Seara
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If you want a practical recipe that yields well, the hiding place is your option! See this delicious Seara option here.
4. Chicken Terrine
Chicken Terrine - Photo: Disclosure / Today Has Chicken
Mixing breast and chicken breast, this terrine can balance flavor and low calories. Do you want to try it? Check out the recipe here!
5. Chicken pie with peppers and leeks
Chicken pie with peppers and leeks - Photo: Press Release / Today has Chicken
Chicken pies are classic, but nothing like putting different ingredients to get out of the obvious and conquer the palate of the whole family. Check out this recipe from a different pie.
6. Chicken stew and sausage with white beans
Chicken stew and sausage with white beans - Photo: Press Release / Today has Chicken
When the feijoada is made with white beans, it is called a casoullet. This recipe is almost an example of this delicacy, but only uses Portuguese sausage, which makes it a little less caloric. Check out this delicious recipe and consume in moderation;)
Because it is a source of fibers, millet helps glucose uptake by the body, an advantage for diabetics. Remembering that high-fiber foods provide the body with a greater sense of satiety, reduced cholesterol, improved digestion and bowel function, aiding in weight loss. Due to the presence of magnesium, millet provides reduction in blood pressure, decreasing risk of infarction.
Yield: 4 people Nutrition value (per person) Caloric value 196 kcal Protein 22 g Carbohydrate 20 g Fats 3 g Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 garlic cloves ½ onion 400 grams of shredded cod 1 cup (tea) brown rice Oregano to taste 3 cups water 1 medium carrot 1 can of pea How to prepare In a high non-stick frying pan place the olive oil and sauté the garlic and the finely chopped onion, adding little by little the cod previously soaked to taste.