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Maple Mustard Chicken (low FODMAP, gluten free)


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Quinoa

  • 300 g Quinoa (washed)
  • 1 litre water
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable stock concentrate, (FODMAPs friendly - no onion, garlic)

Maple Mustard Chicken

  • 600 g chicken breast, cubed
  • 2 tablespoon Cornflour - Gluten Free
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable stock concentrate, (FODMAPs friendly - no onion, garlic)
  • 200 g water
  • 1 tablespoon wholegrain mustard
  • 1/2 teaspoon Tarragon
  • 2 tablespoon coconut cream
  • 40 g Maple syrup
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Recipe's preparation

    Maple Mustard Chicken
  1. Put water, vegetable stock concentrate and cornflour in bowl, mix for 10 sec / speed 4 (until combined).


    Add maple syrup, mustard, tarragon and coconut cream, mix for 10 sec / speed 4.


    Add chicken (in 1-2cm cubes), cook for 15 min / 100C / counter-clockwise operationGentle stir setting with MC Removed.


     


    Optional: If you want the chicken shredded, mix for 10 sec / counter-clockwise operation / speed 8.


     


    Put in Thermoserver to keep warm while you cook the quinoa.


     

  2. Quinoa
  3. Put quinoa into TM basket, add stock and water to bowl.


    Cook for 20 min / 100C / speed 3.


     

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Tip

If the chicken is shredded this can be mixed together and served cold as a salad.  Add some baby spinach or rocket leaves.


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  • flavours were good but i stuffed it up, ...

    Submitted by woobeforethesun on 3. April 2018 - 15:28.

    flavours were good but i stuffed it up,

    so it turns out you CANT cook rice in the basket and this at the same time... it makes the chicken sqash down and it ends up shredding... am going to give this one another go because IF i hadnt messed it up by putting the basket in it would have been perfect
    didnt have taragon so used fenugeek!

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  • I just made this - it turned

    Submitted by MissBetty on 4. October 2014 - 17:20.

    I just made this - it turned out fantastic. I cooked the chicken for another 4 mins. I used rosemary instead of tarragon and milk instead of coconut cream (was all I had lying around) and added some white wine vingegar. Really nice Low FOMDAP meal. I think this will defintely become a regular feature in my diet. 

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  • Enjoyed it thank you! I made

    Submitted by 4 meal family on 29. July 2014 - 20:20.

    Enjoyed it thank you! I made it with boiled potatoes and rice.

    Chocolate solves most problems

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  • Yum! Coconut issues in our

    Submitted by Bernadine German on 20. March 2014 - 22:03.

    Yum! Coconut issues in our family so used kefir and was still good but low FODMAP. Thanks Jo tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I have cooked it with both

    Submitted by Jo McMahon - Two Litre Kitchen on 21. February 2014 - 14:00.

    I have cooked it with both tarragon and thyme, which is probably why my recipe is mixed up!  I prefer Tarragon, but the original recipe (adapted from Sue Shepherd's Food Intolerance book) calls for thyme. Use whichever you prefer tmrc_emoticons.)

    Jo McMahon - Thermomix Consultant, Melbourne VIC

    http://www.facebook.com/TwoLitreKitchen/

     

     

     

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  • Little bit confused. On the

    Submitted by LouLouBruce on 19. February 2014 - 21:30.

    Little bit confused. On the ingredients you say to use Tarragon but the recipe says Thyme.... which one is it??

     

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  • Absmoofj - I'm sorry you had

    Submitted by Jo McMahon - Two Litre Kitchen on 4. December 2013 - 11:28.

    Absmoofj - I'm sorry you had a disappointing result! 

    I have made this half a dozen times with no issue. 

    If you feel the temp is too high perhaps try cooking at 100C?

     

    Jo McMahon - Thermomix Consultant, Melbourne VIC

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  • I made this last night and it

    Submitted by absmoofj on 3. December 2013 - 13:05.

    I made this last night and it was a disaster. The dinner was burnt! This recipe is either way too hot, or the speed is too slow. Such a waste of a meal. I was really annoyed about the burnt patch on my bowl (1/3rd of my bowl was black and took heaps of effort to clean). It was so disappointing to then have to throw out the meal and find something else to prepare for us. 

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  • Nice dish

    Submitted by CaityBaileyW on 21. November 2013 - 23:37.

    Nice dish

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  • happiness is low fodmap

    Submitted by Alexishstam on 13. November 2013 - 15:42.

    happiness is low fodmap food!


    thank you xxx

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