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Honey Garlic Chicken

 Honey Garlic Chicken

Aren’t we all on the look out for a tasty, easy recipe to make on the go? Chicken breasts are very commonly consumed, easy to prepare for a healthy salad or meal, but very often do we complain about the dryness of the breasts, specially when pan fried. This tasty recipe not only shows you the trick to preserving the moisture but also comes with a delicious asian inspired sauce! If you’re into the sweet and sour flavours you are going to love today’s recipe! Enjoy it with a side of your favourite crunchy greens. I made mine with a side of green beans and i am telling you, the combo is oh so good! 



  • 2 chicken breasts
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 50g butter
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 2 tbs Cider vinegar
  • 1 tbs Soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup honey
  • Dried coriander for garnish

How to Make It

Step 1

Start by halving your chicken breasts lengthwise

Step 2

Coat each half in some flour

Step 3

Into a skillet melt some coconut butter then place the flour coated chicken breast and cook for a couple of minutes before filliping them on the other side

Step 4

Set the breasts aside, and into the same skillet melt the butter and add the crushed garlic and stir for a couple of minutes

Step 5

Add the honey and stir well before deglazing with the cider vinegar and soy sauce

Step 6

Place the chicken breast back into the skillet and cook through on both sides, allowing the sauce to thicken and reduce

Step 7

Garnish with some fresh or dried coriander 

Serve with a side of your favorite greens


Did you know:

Why do we coat chicken in flour before cooking? Coating the chicken breasts in flour mainly prevents the chicken from sticking to the pan. But what it also does is preserve the moisture in the chicken, and don’t we usually complain about chicken breasts being too dry and never can they compete with the moist, tasty drumsticks? Well then, you needn’t complain about that anymore! Coat your chicken in flour before pan frying them to also add that delicious crunch to every bite! And here’s a well kept secret, why not season your flour with your favourite spices before coating your chicken, this will add that extra yumminess to your chicken!



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