Chicken Tikka Skewers With Tomato Salsa | Slimming World Recipe

    BBQ season is here.. the sun is shining (even here in Scotland) and following the Slimming World plan does NOT mean we have to miss out on a good BBQ with family and friends. Now it may be easier if you are hosting it yourself.. as taking all of your own Slimming World prepared food to the work BBQ maybe slightly awkward (but I am not saying it can’t be done).

    One of my favourite BBQ foods is chicken skewers.. they are very lean, low fat and can be completley Syn free if coated in the right way. I don’t feel guilty devouring them one by one and all of the family love them! Who knew they were Syn free huh?




    SERVINGS: 4 Skewers
    SYNS: ZERO


    INGREDIENTS

    For The Skewers

    Metal Or Wooden Skewers
    2 Large Skinless Chicken Breasts
    100ml Fat Free Natural Yoghurt
    2 Tsp Chicken Tikka Spice
    Salt And Pepper
    Cherry Tomatoes (or substitute with mushroom, peppers, onion)
    Frylight

    For The Salsa

    200g Chopped Tomatoes
    1 TBSP Worcester Sauce
    1 Tsp Mixed Herbs
    1 Tsp Paprika
    1/2 Tsp Garlic Powder
    Salt And Pepper


    METHOD

    For The Skewers

    • Dice the chicken and place into a bowl.
    • Add natural yoghurt, Tikka spice and season with Salt & Pepper.
    • Mix together ensuring all of the chicken is well marinated.
    • Slide alternative pieces of chicken with the cherry tomatoes onto your skewers.
    • Spray each skewer well with Frylight.
    • Place onto the bbq turning regularly until the chicken is cooked through. (These can also be done under the grill in a conventional oven).

    For The Salsa

    • In a pan over a medium heat.. add chopped tomatoes, Worcester sauce, mixed herbs, Paprika, Garlic powder and a season of Salt & Pepper.
    • Simmer, stirring often for 15 – 20 minutes.
    • Allow to cool and then refrigerate covered overnight or at least 2 hours before serving.

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