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Chicken Teriyaki with Broccoli & Noodles

Soba noodles are Japanese noodles that are made from buckwheat flour. Soba noodles have less calories, more fiber and more protein than traditional pasta, So it won’t spike your blood sugar and is healthy for your heart!

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    Sesame Seeds 0.5 grams

    Sesame Seeds

    Egg noodles 50.0 grams

    Egg noodles

    Sesame Oil 5.0 ml

    Sesame Oil

    Broccoli 75.0 grams

    Broccoli

    Spring Onions 15.0 grams

    Spring Onions

    Teriyaki Sauce by Let's Cook 40.0 ml

    Teriyaki Sauce by Let's Cook

    Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs 125.0 grams

    Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs


    • Time : 25.0 mins
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    • Calories: 437.0 kcal
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    • Protein : 76.0 g
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    • Fat : 15.0 g
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    • Carb. : 47.0 g
    Keep the Chicken out of the Fridge
    Chicken; leave out of the fridge for at least 15 minutes prior to cooking, so that it comes to room temperature. Season the chicken with salt and pepper.
    Mise En Place
    Prepare the vegetables as follows:

    Spring Onions; wash and julienne
    Broccoli; wash and cut into bitesize pieces.
    Soba Noodles
    Fill some water into a large pot, bring it to a boil. Once it starts to boil, add the noodles. Stir them so that they go underwater and let the water return to a boil. Set a timer for 4 minutes. Note: Unlike pasta, Soba Noodles do not need to be cooked in salted water. Once the noodles are cooked, drain out the water set them aside.

    You will need around 1 litre of water for every 100g of noodles.
    Pan Fry Chicken
    Heat some oil in a pan. Pan fry chicken thighs for 4 minutes of each side. Add the broccoli, the teriyaki sauce and 3 tablespoons of water. Cover the pan and let the chicken and broccoli steam for at least 5 minutes more. Add the sesame oil just before serving. Once the chicken is cooked and the broccoli is tender, add the spring onions on top, finish with the sesame oil and serve in a bowl or directly from the pan/wok.