Hunter’s Chicken is one of those pub favourites that I know I can always rely on. Almost every menu carries it by one name or another, and if there’s nothing else I fancy then I’m pretty sure it will be there for me!
It’s has a really decadent feel to it, so it must be really unhealthy, right? Obviously. I mean… barbecue sauce, with all that sugary goodness/badness?! Well you know I love a challenge, so I’ve fat-clubbed it! My first attempt used a Slimming World BBQ sauce recipe that I’d found on their website, but all I could taste was red wine vinegar. So I decided just to try chucking some things together, based on what I remembered from the very naughty OMG BBQ Pulled Pork recipe, and came up with this. I’m not gonna lie, I think I’ve outdone myself.
So here you have it. A Healthy version of Hunter’s Chicken! Dig in!
I love chicken Satay, but was always of the belief that it would be scarily calorific. Well. Guess what? It doesn’t have to be!
This is one of my favourite recipes ever – even although I’ve only tried it once so far! I was honestly that impressed, and can’t wait for my next opportunity to try it again! The Chicken Satay Skewers were pilfered from the Slimming World website, while the rice that I used to accompany them is an amalgamation or adaptation of several recipes I’ve seen online over the months since the world cup – but it seemed a bit too boring to blog on its own back then, so lost out to Brazilian Bolinhos!
The trick to this is all in the prep. The recipe itself is ridiculously easy, so there’s no excuse! Go on, get stuck in!