6 Practical recipes for chicken snacks
Chicken combines with practicality. Even more so if it is used in easy recipes for snacks, practical to eat and that weigh little in the balance. Check out some recipes that Seara has selected especially for you:
1. Tomato stuffed with chicken and mozzarella
Tomatoes stuffed with chicken - Photo: Press Release / Today has chicken
If the idea is to make a healthy snack and at the same time appetizing, this stuffed tomato can be a great request, huh? Learn how to do it here!
2. Fillet of chicken rolled with raw ham
Fillet of chicken rolled with raw ham - Photo: Disclosure / Today has Chicken
Nothing like eating something with filling. And if the dish in question is a chicken wrapped with ham, you get a practical snack and still low carb. Find out how easy it is here!
3. Chicken pâté with herbs
Chicken pâté with herbs - Foto: DivulgaÃ§Ã £ o / Today has Chicken
A pâté can save the country when preparing some snacks for a party. And nothing easier than a chicken pate, is not it? See the recipe here!
Stuffed beets with chicken - Photo: Disclosure / Today has Chicken
Stuffed beets are practical to make and still look superdifferent! Learn how to do it here!
5. Carolina stuffed with chicken
Carolina stuffed with chicken - Photo: Disclosure / Today has chicken
Ever thought of trying a salted carolina? It is possible to make a delicious pasta and stuff with chicken, curd and tomatoes. The snack is perfect to surprise your guests. Take a look at the recipe here!
6. Chicken kebab with yoghurt sauce and homemade syrian bread
Chicken kebab with yogurt sauce and homemade syrian bread - Photo: Press Release / Today has Chicken
Imagine just making a chicken kebab with yogurt and mint sauce on home? And by the way, the recipe even teaches you how to make homemade Syrian bread. To try and make a special treat, see the walkthrough here!
Imagine the difficulty of the first Japanese immigrants who arrived in Brazil in Kasatu Maru, in 1908. Language, eating habits, way of life and climatic differences. At the table, Brazilian food was rich in pork fat and maize and cassava flour, true mysteries to the Japanese. Closer to the Japanese menu they found only the rice that, to the surprise of the immigrants, was combined with beans (In Japan, used as an ingredient for sweets).
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