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Chicken ,Coconut Sweet Potato Mash & Steamed Asian Greens (with soy ginger sauce)


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Ingredients

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Chicken & Coconut sweet potatoe mash & steamed asian greens

  • 500 grams sweet potato, cut into large chunks
  • 50 grams coconut cream
  • 500 grams chicken breast, cut into large strips
  • 1 bunch asian greens / bok choy, leaves separated
  • 800 grams water

garlic, ginger soy dressing

  • 1 clove garlic
  • 2 centimetres ginger fresh, peeled
  • 100 grams soy sauce
  • 1 --- handful fresh coriander
  • 1 red chilli, optional
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Recipe's preparation

    chicken & sweet potatoe
  1. Place basket inside ™ bowl & fill with sweet potato, fill ™ bowl with water, place chicken pieces & any remaining sweet potatoe into Varoma tray. Put lid on & place VAroma on top of ™ bowl. Cook on Varoma Speed 4 for 25 mins. Place chicken into a dish & cover with foil. Empty hot water from ™ bowl carefully. Place sweet potatoe & coconut milk into ™ bowl & blend for 1 min speed 6 100 degrees. Place sweet potatoe mash into thermoserver.

     

     

  2. Clean ™ bowl. Place garlic , ginger, coriander  & chilli into ™ bowl , chop speed 10 for 5 secs. Add soy sauce on top. Place basket in ™ bowl on top of sauce, fill with asian greens. Cook all together for 5 mins  Varoma temp speed 3.

     

  3. Prepare 2 plates with bed of sweet potato/coconut mash, place asian greens on top , then a serving of chicken pieces & drizzle hot soy sauce dressing on top

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  • Yuuuum! Was delicious and

    Submitted by Cissa83 on 1. November 2014 - 19:50.

    Yuuuum! Was delicious and looked very gourmet in presentation! We all loved it, including our toddler. The only problem was, I stupidly didn't read that the recipe was only for 2 serves, so we ended up with little portions! Haha  Big Smile

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  • Loved this recipe! Tasty

    Submitted by Celia Watson on 18. May 2014 - 12:18.

    Loved this recipe!
    Tasty simple and nutricious
    Made often as a fool proof standby.

        Celia

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  • Easy dish with lovely

    Submitted by Miss Chanandler Bong on 23. February 2014 - 12:43.

    Easy dish with lovely flavours. Used thigh meat and greens were pak choy and baby broc.

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  • My husband said this was his

    Submitted by sharifiona on 21. February 2014 - 01:08.

    My husband said this was his favorite thermomix recipe I had ever whipped up! I was amazed considering he doesn't usually even eat sweet potatoe! I used bok choy as my Asian greens. It was so easy and so tasty! 

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  • Taste sensation!!!!!!

    Submitted by Emmamr2 on 9. February 2014 - 22:39.

    Taste sensation!!!!!!

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  • I made this tonight and my

    Submitted by luana on 25. May 2013 - 23:53.

    I made this tonight and my fussy 12 year old girl that is fussy with any veggies & doesnt eat any that are orange/red in ccolour actually asked for more  tmrc_emoticons.;)  Very nice recipe 

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  • I was a bit worried if the

    Submitted by livethan on 2. April 2013 - 22:15.

    tmrc_emoticons.) I was a bit worried if the kids would like this, but they did, I will need to double for next time as not quiet enough.  I also cooked some rice as knew kids wouldn't really like the sweet potato. I changed a little and put the chicken into the jug to keep warm and put it on reverse speed to keep warm and it separated the chicken a bit more and coated with the sauce. Enjoyed all round. Big Smile

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  • I found this recipe in the

    Submitted by DiWalker on 7. June 2012 - 20:25.

    I found this recipe in the forums Recipe section - Chicken with Coconut Sweet Potato Mash, with Asian Greens and soy ginger sauce.Having only received my Thermomix yesterday I followed the recipe basically to the letter, however I did not have any fresh coriander so I used lemongrass instead.This was a beautifully delicious, healthy dish and the instructions were easy to follow..

    cat that got the cream

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  • Good recipe, love how

    Submitted by chelle-dez on 15. December 2011 - 16:21.

    Good recipe, love how everything comes together at the end. Love the potato mash! tmrc_emoticons.)   However, did find there to be a lot of sauce at the end, and the sauce was quite strong I thought.


    Overall, I found this a great recipe

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  • Good recipe, love how

    Submitted by chelle-dez on 15. December 2011 - 16:20.

    Good recipe, love how everything comes together at the end. Love the potato mash!Big Smile  However, did find there to be a lot of sauce at the end, and the sauce was quite strong I thought.


    Overall, I found this a great recipe

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  • Sorry I have only cooked it

    Submitted by Lyndsay B on 22. August 2011 - 22:05.

    Sorry I have only cooked it for two so far. I'm sure you could cook more but might need to do it in stages seperately, by cooking more sweet potatoe in varoma & putting aside. Then the chicken & then more veg in basket & varoma depending on how much you would need . It is YUMMY & so easy to do !!

     

    Lyndsay B

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  • Could this be doubled or

    Submitted by ThermoMamma on 20. August 2011 - 21:16.

    Could this be doubled or Tripled? Looks YUMMY!!! or rather Sounds Yummy!!

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