Soft 'n juicy chicken
- lots of chicken breasts
- herbs (any combination of paprika, curry, ginger, kurkuma, mustardseeds etc)
- something to cook in
First figure out how many chicken breasts you can fit in your oven and your oven-dish. Then find a frying pan that will hold the same amount. Cover every inch of the meat with salt and herbs. Heat up the frying pan and add your cooking fat. Lay your chicken breasts in long enough for them to develop a nice brown herby skin. Transfer them from the frying pan to your oven-dish and cover it with aluminium foil (that's what keeps it so soft 'n juicy). Leave them in the oven for 30 minutes at 170 degrees Celsius.
Eat them for dinner with some veggies on the side, put them in a big lunch salad the next day and eat a piece cold for a snack (with a slice of brie if you can tolerate it).
- minced beef (1kg)
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup almond meal
- 1 diced (red) onion
- salt, pepper, garlic & basil
- something to cook in (I'd prefer butter or ghee myself for this one, but coconut oil should do the trick)
Mix it all together. Roll the mixture into balls, however big you like them. Put them into one of those big pans you'd also use for stews or 5 hour cooking time type meat (I can't find what they're called). Roll them around a bit while they're getting ready, cooking time depends on the size of your balls (hihi) so just pry one open to find out whether they're done!
Have some for dinner, heat some up for lunch, heat some more up for a snack. They're so good and yummy fatty that they don't need nothin' on the side ;)