If you want weightloss follow these 6 healthy chicken recipes to get weight Loss.Boneless and skin less chicken fat-free cuts and weight loss. Broiling, grilling or baking are the healthiest styles of cooking to gain maximum nutrition without compromising on flavor and tastes. The chicken with healthy fruits, veggies and whole grains lends a more holistic nutrient value to your meal and increases your chances of a healthy weight loss.
Oats and Chicken Porridge
This healthy potion right in the morning will keep you full till lunch. High in protein and fiber.This recipe is a perfect blend for those looking to lose those extra inches.The few days weight loss of body and gain protein.
Asian Sesame Chicken Salad
Super nutritious chicken breast strips mingled with greens, dressing, almond, sesame seeds and asparagus makes for one yummy treat you can munch on guilt-free.This chicken salad is weight loss belly and energy of the body
Guilt Free Chicken Tacoc
Delicious chicken chunks served in a lettuce cup/on tortilla chips with salsa dip. Whoever said weight loss was hard.It is snacks time very use in weight loss and improve protein.
Chicken Quinoa Biryani
It is called the super grain, Quinoa is rich in fiber and help avoid unwanted cravings especially if you are on a diet.who is love biryani a bit of much.It is very useful weight loss and gain muscles
Grilled Herb Chicken Breast With Honey and asparagus
Grilled chicken marinated in honey, thyme, lemon and served with crisp asparagus and potatoes.This stellar recipe is packed with all things healthy and delicious and perfect weight loss.
The mixed of chicken with some lemon, rice and pepper in this soup make it the perfect comfort dish in this cool weather. Leamon with soup chicken stomic is cleaning.
Sizzling chicken and steak platters clutter the menus of nearly every major chain restaurant in this country, a testament to the enduring popularity of meat and melted cheese. We can’t fault people for loving it—who wouldn’t?—but we do take issue with the fact that these savory skillets rarely contain fewer than 1,000 calories, regardless of who’s holding the spatula. That is unless you are. Our version—a meal that you can have on the table in 20 minutes—contains all the same bells and whistles (Cheese! Salsa! Sizzle!) while skipping nearly 900 calories per portion. For the full recipe, click here for our Margarita Chicken.
Chicken Tikka Masala
So dense is the Indian population and so ubiquitous their imprint on the country that many call tikka masala the national dish of England. It takes many years to master the complex spice art at the heart of Indian cuisine, but tikka masala is the perfect beginner’s dish—light on ingredients and relatively mild in flavor. Tikka masala normally involves a heavy hand with both butter and cream, but we found that the combination of Greek yogurt and half-and-half gives you the same velvety texture for a fraction of the calories. Click here for our Chicken Tikka Marsala!
Kung Pao Chicken
What makes a stir-fry so incredibly comforting? It’s knowing that, after a long, difficult day, a lean and flavor-packed meal can be prepared in a single pan in under 10 minutes. A real kung pao kicks like a karate kid, loaded with dried chiles that imbue the mash-up with a capsaicin glow. But in most versions across the restaurant and takeout spectrum, the heat takes a backseat to Chinese-American food’s more dominant flavor profile: fat plus salt. This one puts the heat back in the driver’s seat. For the full recipe, click here for Kung Pao Chicken!
Thai Chicken Curry
Redolent of ginger and lemongrass, chiles and coconut milk, Thai curry brings all of the classic flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine—salty, sour, bitter, hot—together in one dish. What’s more, it derives all of its flavors from ingredients packed with powerful antioxidants. Even coconut milk contains lauric acid, among the healthiest forms of fat you can consume. The flavors may be exotic, but the tender chicken, the bouquet of vegetables, and the rich coconut milk will all taste wonderfully familiar. Read on for our Thai Chicken Curry!
Another Italian classic lost in translation. Too many cooks (including the toques at Macaroni Grill) interpret this dish—traditionally chicken or pork, lightly floured and cooked with sage and prosciutto—as a huge helping of meat, breaded and fried and covered in a murky, sodium-strewn gravy. Our lighter, more authentic version wraps chicken and sage in a layer of prosciutto, which then becomes a crispy skin that keeps the chicken moist while it sautés. A splash of wine and chicken stock directly into the cooking pan becomes your 2-minute sauce. Just the latest proof of why simpler is so often better. For the full recipe, go here for the Chicken Scaloppine.
Nutrition: 384 calories, 18.2 g fat (3.8 g sat fat), 346 mg sodium, 6.2 g fiber, 3.6 g sugar, 39.6 g protein
Who knew you could crust your chicken with hummus? This ingenious blogger. The stats here include all the veggies, chicken, and hummus, so you can polish off your plate guilt-free.
Lighter Kung Pao Chicken
Nutrition: 240 calories, 9.9 g fat (2.2 g sat fat), 755 mg sodium, 1.9 g fiber, 4.2 g sugar, 26.7 g protein
Before you assume this takeout classic done at home will have you in the kitchen at least a solid hours, hear us out: This recipe takes a mere 30 minutes. And we didn’t scrimp on the ingredients, either. The nutrition stats we calculated are based on using three chicken breasts instead of two.
Mini Chicken Meatball Soup
Nutrition: 429 calories, 13.8 g fat (4.2 g sat fat), 514 mg sodium, 3.4 g fiber, 3.6 g sugar, 35 g protein
Winter isn’t over quite yet, so there’s still time to whip up a soothing batch of this soup. Chicken meatballs keep calorie counts in check while adding the heft you need to brave days out in the icy weather.
The Best-Ever Oven Fried Chicken
Southerners may grunt and grumble about the travesty of “fried” chicken not being cooked in big skillets of melted lard, but we’d bring this crispy, succulent bird to a church potluck in Savannah without batting an eye. A long soak in buttermilk spiked with hot sauce both tenderizes and flavors the meat while the spiced panko provides a layer of captivating crunch. We won’t go as far as to say you won’t taste the difference (properly fried chicken has a depth of flavor that stretches straight to your soul), but we can say with confidence that this chicken hits the spot.
Cashew Chicken Chopped Salad
Nutrition: 544 calories, 36.3 g fat (6.3 g sat fat), 868 mg sodium, 5.1 g fiber, 21.3 g sugar, 22.7 g protein
This is no puny salad. The healthy fats from the cashews and a hefty serving of protein from the chicken in this salad will put an end to your after-dinner snacking—for good. Don’t think this is a standard chicken salad, either; chili-dusted mango brings the heat and makes a creative addition to this diet staple.