Mushroom peppered Chicken…… with vegetables
I’m trying to keep my meals simple but as nutritious as possible. What I did this week was add some cottage cheese and mushroom to my chicken meal. It makes it very tasty and it isn’t boring. It’s still very easy to make without too much hassle. If you’re cooking for many it’s even easier.
It is very easy to make the same meals every week without hesitating because you know they are good for you. Not just that, they are also something that is familiar to you. However, you need to keep the body excited about what it is eating. Food can get boring and we can go off certain kinds of food. I believe adding or changing different meals stops this from happening. Giving you the option to choose from lots of different meals to keep your body healthy.
What to buy
- 1 Chicken breast
- 5 Mushrooms
- 3 tbsp Cottage cheese (with a dash of milk)
- 2 garlic cloves
- Ground pepper corns
- 1 Large potato
How to make it
- Put your potato in the oven to bake for 40 minutes, after 20 minutes start to cook the chicken.
- Fry your chicken breast in a frying pan with some oil.
- Once half done add the mushrooms to be cooked.
- Add two table spoons of cottage cheese and a dash of milk to a processor with pepper and the garlic. Blitz it until smooth. Add the content to the chicken and the mushrooms.
- Start to boil some water so that the broccoli can be steamed. Steam the broccoli, for 9 minutes.
- If your chicken is done and you want to keep it warm, place it in a small oven tray and keep in the oven until the potato is done.
- You can also add other veg to they meal if you want to.
As one of Windsor’s mobile personal trainers I write this weekly blog so that my clients and people who follow me can see what I do to stay accountable. It is a great way to show others that health and fitness can be done in a sustainable way. I like to lead by example to everyone that I train. One way for me to show this is by what I eat on a regular basis. There isn’t anything fancy about this meal. It’s comes down to good nutrition that your body needs to survive.