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Kids Hidden Veg Chicken Bites


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Ingredients

30 piece(s)

  • 500 g chicken breast, partially frozen
  • 1 carrot, chopped
  • 1 zucchini, roughly chopped
  • 100 g corn kernels
  • 100 g bread crumbs
  • 20 g soy sauce
  • 100 g Tasty cheese, cubed
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180C & line tray with baking paper


    Add cheese to bowl & grate 10 sec/spd8, set aside


    Add zucchini & carrot to bowl & process 10sec/spd6, set aside with cheese


    Add chicken to bowl & mince 10sec/spd9


    Add carrot, zucchini & cheese back to bowl as well as remaining ingredients, mix 30sec/counter-clockwise operation/spd 6


    Transfer to thermoserver & place in freezer for 20 mins


    Roll into 2-3cm balls, place on prepared tray. Spray with olive oil if preferred & bake 30-40 mins until cooked & golden.


     


    Raw balls can also be frozen, defrosted and cooked as needed for lunches & snacks!

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  • I've just made these. I

    Submitted by Decembergirl on 16. October 2015 - 14:28.

    I've just made these. I omitted the cheese, becasue my daughter is dairy allergic, and I included some herbs, garam masala and an egg as binder. I put breadcrumbs in the balls and then rolled them in panko breadcrums. They we're lovely, but would have been a touch bland without the additional herbs and spices. So I could only give it four stars.

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  • added some herbs and 1/2 an

    Submitted by kirsty1688 on 4. March 2015 - 13:59.

    added some herbs and 1/2 an onion, and they were ok - not amazing.

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  • Very bland...my two boys did

    Submitted by Wanda on 11. January 2015 - 17:28.

    Very bland...my two boys did not like them either. They need something to give them flavour as they taste similar to dog biscuit. tmrc_emoticons.~

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  • after reading the other

    Submitted by thermomumof4 on 16. August 2014 - 14:32.

    after reading the other comments i just minced my chicken breast and added everything else in aswell, no swapping out into seperate bowls, they turned out really well, kids loved them..made a heap and there were none left! will be making again

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  • my kids 2 and 3 wouldnt eat

    Submitted by AmandaWells on 1. August 2014 - 09:47.

    my kids 2 and 3 wouldnt eat them, they eat most foods but were not a fan. I found this recipe time consuming. Taking things out and putting into different bowls is too many dishes and time consuming.  

     

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  • Patchy- mixture a bit too

    Submitted by CeceG on 13. July 2014 - 09:22.

    Patchy- mixture a bit too wet. 5yr old wouldn't eat them. Baby thought they were ok.

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  • I liked these! Couldn't get

    Submitted by sianbradbury on 11. July 2014 - 08:16.

    I liked these! Couldn't get my daughter to eat them though, I would also add something else in there too, it was a little bland.. I made them with the intention of putting them in lunch boxes but I think they need to be warm to be enjoyed tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for the recipe!

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  • My babies (26 and 15 yrs

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 27. June 2014 - 17:03.

    My babies (26 and 15 yrs old!) loved these Chicken Bites. Made them bigger so they were like rissoles.  I would possibly use chicken mince next time for ease.

    Would chop the breadcrumbs first next time.

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  • Sp breadcrumbs in the mixture

    Submitted by MTR My Thermie Rules on 22. June 2014 - 10:17.

    Sp breadcrumbs in the mixture or rolled onto outside after freezing??

    Carmen Franz | Group Leader| Thermomix | Bundaberg, Queensland | e: thermiecarmie@gmail.com

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  • Kids loved these! Great way

    Submitted by mel_b on 21. June 2014 - 22:23.

    Kids loved these! Great way to get the veggies in. Thanks for posting! tmrc_emoticons.) Took some short cuts to make dinner more quickly - omitted the part about freezing the balls for 20 mins & pan-fried the dinner portion & oven-baked the rest. What I found was that with pan-frying, the turning of the balls caused them to fall apart a bit, so if pan-frying them next time, will add egg to see if it helps keep it together. With the oven-baked ones, they turned out to be the shape of little domes & cheese burned a little around them after 30 mins of baking. If hadn't skIpped freezing balls for 20 mins, probably would help to avoid burning & keep round shape, I guess. Used bread crumbs from frozen bread too (so extra step at beginning). Both methods of cooking tasted fine, but I personally preferred the pan-fried ones (for taste & appearance - rounder shape, more even cooking & golden, less/no burn, more moist). Will be fun to experiment with this solid base recipe. 

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  • These were incredibly bland. 

    Submitted by The_Mae_Fish on 19. June 2014 - 14:08.

    These were incredibly bland.  I realise they are for kids but they really need something else, maybe some bacon or even just garlic, to give them some taste! I could only get my kids to eat them with some mayonnaise! Way too many bread crumbs too... The idea is great but the taste is blerk.

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  • I made the mixture into

    Submitted by Petrina Carr on 17. June 2014 - 19:20.

    I made the mixture into chicken burgers. They were nice and filling. The remainder I rolled into balls and crumbed and baked.

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  • Bub loves these! Great

    Submitted by aimeez_m on 16. June 2014 - 17:20.

    Bub loves these!

    Great transition to finger food for baby, always have a batch in the freezer & i love how you can mix it up with different meat or vegies. thank you!

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  • My three year old loved

    Submitted by mobridie on 15. June 2014 - 22:26.

    My three year old loved these!  And I devoured a few too... 

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  • Hi, Where do the breadcrumbs

    Submitted by AGSIRR on 15. June 2014 - 16:52.

    Hi,

    Where do the breadcrumbs and cornflour get added in?

    Why not just use chicken mince? 

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  • i would add them where it

    Submitted by tracey90 on 14. June 2014 - 16:00.

    i would add them where it says to add the remaining ingredients

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  • Kids and adults alike loved

    Submitted by roxygirl720 on 14. June 2014 - 09:22.

    Kids and adults alike loved them but I felt it was missing something. Perhaps chopped onion in the preparation process? Otherwise great meal. Well worth making.  

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  • No, you can only re-freeze if

    Submitted by Mel1979 on 14. June 2014 - 07:40.

    No, you can only re-freeze if you cook first 

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  • If my chicken has already

    Submitted by Dready on 13. June 2014 - 15:24.

    If my chicken has already been frozen and defrosted, is it still safe to be re-freezing it before cooking?

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  • Looking at the picture, I

    Submitted by JaimeG on 13. June 2014 - 13:18.

    Looking at the picture, I assume you roll them in the breadcrumbs since they are not mentioned anywhere except in the ingredients??

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  • I added some spinach to this

    Submitted by HoppyPete on 12. June 2014 - 18:43.

    I added some spinach to this recipe, so it did turn out a little green. Rest was good

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  • These also look like a great

    Submitted by HoppyPete on 12. June 2014 - 08:53.

    These also look like a great after school snack (or lunchbox snack). Will be trying them later this week. Thanks for the interesting and easy recipe

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  • Made these and ended up

    Submitted by Faulknermara on 10. May 2014 - 11:01.

    Made these and ended up feeding the entire family with them plus spares in the freezer. Everyone ate them. Even husband said they were ok. Was a little different after being frozen but still taste good.

     

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  • Went down well with both my 3

    Submitted by Eloise_au on 24. April 2014 - 13:16.

    Went down well with both my 3 year old and 9 month old. I think they taste pretty good too!

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  • My kids loved these! I tried

    Submitted by KrissyB on 19. April 2014 - 12:20.

    My kids loved these! I tried freezing the mixture for easy use later on, but found they just didnt taste the same. Good work! 

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  • Found these easy to make and

    Submitted by thermomixlisad on 17. April 2014 - 14:28.

    Found these easy to make and yummy. Yet to test with little miss toddler but hoping for good results. Might try also crumbing next time as well as including crumb in the mix to make more like store bought nuggets. 

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  • Sorry haven't gotten the hang

    Submitted by lslike on 22. February 2014 - 23:46.

    Sorry haven't gotten the hang of this posting a comment. Tried these tonight for my grandson tomorrow and he should like them, if not I'll eat them all myself very delish. Thank you for posting Mrs Bell

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    Submitted by lslike on 22. February 2014 - 23:42.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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