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Macros (per serving)

Fat

53%

(41 g)

Protein

34%

(60 g)

Carbs

13%

(23 g)

19 g Net,

4 g Fiber

703 Calories (per serving)

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Crock Pot Paleo chicken pad thai

By Meal.com

Yes, you did read it right: Pad Thai done in the slow cooker! And Paleo as well :-) A really delicious Oriental dish made the Paleo way. The Crock Pot makes this type of meal even easier for you. Turn the Crock Pot on and 4 hours later your delicious meal is ready. Leaving you plenty of time to get on with other things,

Ingredients

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Chicken breast

1 kg

Coconut milk

250 ml

Chicken stock

250 ml

Sunflower butter

2 Tbsp

Coconut aminos

1 Tbsp

Fish sauce

2 tsp

Ginger ground

2 tsp

Garlic (fijngesneden)

2 cloves

Cayenne pepper

1 tsp

Zucchini

2 pieces

Winter carrot

1 piece

Mung Bean sprouts

100 g

Arrowroot powder

2 Tbsp

Spring onion

4 pieces

Cashew nuts

4 Tbsp

Fresh coriander

4 Tbsp

Salt

to taste

Black pepper

to taste

Instructions

Difficulty

Normal

Prep time

25 min

Cook time

4 hr 0 min

1

Cut the zucchini and carrot into thin strands using a spiralizer.

2

Cut the spring onions into rings. Snipper the garlic and roughly chop the cashew nuts and coriander.

3

Season the chicken with salt and pepper and some of the cayenne pepper and ground ginger.

4

Put the coconut milk, chicken stock, sunflower seed butter, coconut aminos, fish sauce, ground ginger, garlic and cayenne pepper in the Crock Pot and stir thoroughly.

5

Put the chicken breast into the sauce in Crock Pot.

6

Cook for approximately 3-4 hours on the low setting until cooked.

7

Mix the zucchini and carrot strands with the mung bean sprouts. You can serve this raw or add it to the Crock Pot for the last half hour of cooking time. In this case, take out of the Crock Pot and leave to drain before dishing up.

8

Take out the chicken breast and cut into strips.

9

If the sauce is too thin, use some arrowroot to bind it.

10

Divide the vegetables over the plates, place the chicken on top and pour the sauce over.

11

Garnish with cashew nuts, coriander and spring onions.

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Details

Allergens

Nuts, Nightshade, Legumes

Diet

Paleo

Course

Lunch, Dinner

Cooking equipment

Slowcooker

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