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Lime Chicken with Sweetcorn & Avocado Salsa

This Lime Chicken with Sweetcorn & Avocado Salsa  is a really delicious and a really easy dish. For a long time now I’ve been racking my brain for a new #HEALTHYEPLS dinner – that’s super tasty and super easy. This dish is also protein packed, low carb and low fat or at least VERY good fat  – what more could you want?

I’ve also been desperate for something filling but not heavy with a touch of spice! So here goes… I hope you enjoy it as much as we did – He-Who-Doesn’t-Cook gave it the big thumbs up! If it’s not enough for you as a dinner have it with sweet potato wedges or fries,  goes really really well with this dish!

It’s perfect for summer suppers or entertaining. What’s nice about this dish is you can add a little or a lot of chilli depending on your taste. You can also leave the chicken breasts marinating in the fridge for an hour or for five hours – totally up to you. (I also think the salsa would be really good with a little fresh mango in it)

Have a go at this Lime Chicken with Sweetcorn & Avocado Salsa – let me know what you think – just leave me a comment below, I LOVE your comments

Cx

Ingredients

CHICKEN

  • 2 Chicken breast fillets, skinless
  • 2 Limes – juice and zest
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • Sprinkling seasalt
  • Ground black pepper
  • 1 Clove Garlic crushed and chopped very finely

 

SALSA

  • 1 small tin Sweetcorn
  • 16-20 Cherry Tomatoes, chopped into quarters
  • 1 small red Onion, chopped finely
  • 1/4 cucumber, chopped
  • Big handful chopped Coriander
  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 – 1 teaspoon FreshRed Chilli – chopped very finely (or more if you like it spicy)
  • 1 Avocado – peeled – stone removed and chopped
  • Squeeze lime juice
  • Salt and black pepper to taste

Preparation Method

  1. You will need a sealable plastic bag – sandwich bag will do
  2. Hammer out you chicken breasts until they are no more than 2cm thick – I use a rolling pin :-)
  3. In a small bowl mix the lime juice & zest , olive oil, sea salt & black pepper and the garlic
  4. Pop the chicken breasts in the plastic bag followed by the lime juice mix
  5. Seal the bag and rub the marinade into the chicken breasts. Pop in the fridge for min 1 hour max 5 hours
  6. In the meantime make the Salsa by mixing all the ingredients in a bowl, stir well
  7. When the chicken has marinated, remove the breasts from the plastic bag and pop under a very hot grill.
  8. Grill for 10 minutes – turn over and grill for a further 10 minutes, you need colour (do not burn – simply turn the grill down). Once they are ready (check they are cooked through NO PINK bits!!!! – VERY important)
  9. Serve with the salsa and a wedge of lime  (squeeze over the chicken) – enjoy! (if you want it a little ‘wetter – drizzle a tad of olive oil over the chicken as well)

#HEALTHYEPLS

 

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Comments

Eb Gargano / Easy Peasy Foodie says:
Yum! This looks so delicious and healthy. My kind of food!!
    Clare x says:
    Thanks its good and Easy Peasy :-) x
Alison says:
This looks really tasty and has a little zing. Perfect for getting diets on track
    Clare x says:
    Yes - exactly - its really tasty too x
Susan says:
Hi is this recipe for 2 ???
    Clare x says:
    Yes susan it is, you may want to do something extra with it - unless you are being super good? Maybe sweet potato wedges or something Cx
Susan says:
Will be doing again . Just what I like Clare so fresh and summery. Tasty or what give it a go . Susan xx☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️
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Helen Fern says:
This looks delicious!! Would love it if you shared on the "What's for Dinner" link up! http://www.lazygastronome.com/whats-for-dinner-sunday-link-up-48/
    Clare x says:
    Of course - no problemo Cx
Jane says:
Friday night supper sorted - I'm gonna switch the sweet corn for mango - looks delicious will let you know if it got the thumbs up jx
Hilary Edwards . says:
Looks delicious, i must try it. Thank you Clare
Debbi B says:
Will be trying this hope hubby will like or he can make his own tea. Thank you lovely lady for sharing.
jenny walters says:
This looks soooo good.I can't stop thinking of salads at the mo so will try this as soon as I get my act together.Pinned
Mandy says:
Ooh this sounds lovely Clare. And just right for the hot temps this week. My local grocer was complaining that he'd sold out of avocados this week because people were making too many salads!!!!! #brilliantblogposts