Syn Free Sticky Soy Chicken | Slimming World

Searching for a tea recipe that cooks in under an hour? How about one that cooks in 40 minutes, it’s incredibly tasty and syn free?? Well, look no further – this is what you’ve been looking for!

This dish is one of the easiest dinners I have ever cooked, no prep required and minimum supervision needed. The chicken comes out super moist and the juice is simply finger-licking good. I prefer to have it with plain boiled rice and vegetables, but it goes well next to mashed potatoes too.

Hope you enjoy this one!

syn free sticky soy chicken

Serves: 2

Syns: 0

INGREDIENTS

Frylight

640g chicken breast chunks

4 garlic cloves, minced

2Tbsp tomato puree

50ml dark soy sauce

salt & pepper to taste

METHOD

1. In a bowl, mix all the ingredients together. Place in a pan previously sprayed with Frylight and cook with the lid on for 30 – 40 minutes over a medium-low heat, stirring occasionally.

2. Serve with fluffy white rice and mixed steamed vegetables.

3. Enjoy!

TIP:

  • Don’t add salt & pepper until after you taste the food. Soy sauce is very salty and it’s easy to ruin the dish if you add extra salt.
  • I prefer to serve this dish with plain boiled rice and plain veg as it tempers intensity of the soy flavour

REMEMBER:

Syn values shown on this recipe are in line with values given by Slimming World at the time of writing. If in doubt, check Slimming World’s official sources as values may change after posting.

I aim to keep recipes’s Syn values as accurate as possible. If you spot a mistake or a change that needs updating, do drop me a message so it can be reflected on the recipe.

This is YOUR slimming journey, remember to enjoy it!

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