Recipe #13: Spicy veggie chicken mash-up


I got home at 8.30 tonight. After only eating a yoghurt, a mushroom burger and a few biscuits, I was absolutely starving and wanted something healthy, quick and filling. Not wanting pasta, rice or risotto, I opted for something based around the rest of our Quorn chicken; a spicy veggie chicken mash up.

Dishes like these are so easy to make. You just fry off some onions and garlic, throw in whatever vegetables you like, some Quorn chicken, chopped tomatoes and spices. I also cooked some sweet potato and added this in for the last two minutes. Served with a few slices of bread, it was delicious and just what the doctor ordered after a long day. Here’s how I made it, you’ll need:

Shallot onion
Garlic clove
3 small sweet potatoes (or 1 large one)
1/3 pepper
1/3 courgette
1/2 bag of Quorn chicken
Tinned chopped tomatoes x 1
1/2 tspn paprika
1/2 chilli powder


  • Cut the sweet potatoes in to small pieces, place in a pan and cover with boiling water. Cook for 15 minutes. 
  • Whilst your sweet potato is cooking, fry off your shallot and crushed garlic in a shallow pan for 2 minutes, then add your chosen vegetables and cook for a few minutes on a medium heat.
  • Add your chicken, tinned tomatoes and spices and cook on a medium heat for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. DSC_0821
  • When your sweet potato is cooked, drain and mix into your chicken, tomato and veg mix. Cook until the heat is consistent.
  • Serve and Enjoy!

Until tomorrow

Hayley Jayne xx


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