7.02.2017

Chicken Satay Meal Prep


Lately I've been on a kick switching up my weekly meal prep, and finding things that I won't get bored of after a few days. I spent several months this spring a little short on time, and after many weeks of eating chicken breast, rice, and spinach I was beyond tired of what I was eating! 

Chicken satay is something you would normally get from a restaurant, but this is a lightened up version (I did not make any of the yummy satay sauce, which is usually peanut butter-based, it's just where I am at with my diet right now). 

To make the chicken, you will need ~4 lbs of chicken breast cut in 1" pieces, a 2" piece of ginger root, 4 cloves of garlic, soy sauce, honey, and tabasco sauce. After cutting the chicken into pieces, but in a bowl or large ziploc bag to marinate with 6 tbsp honey, 1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce, 2 tbsp tabasco, garlice (minced), and ginger (peeled, and then grated). 

Let marinate at least 8 hours, and then grill or bake in the oven (375 for about a half hour). Enjoy!

I packed about 5 oz of chicken with 3/4 cup brown rice, 1-2 cups broccoli slaw topped with rice wine vinegar, lime juice, and salt and pepper. Macros for one of my meals are a ~50 g protein, 45 g carbs, 2 g fat.


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