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Creamy mustard chicken with warm kumara salad

Make this sensational single serve creamy mustard chicken with sweat potato salad, ideal for dinner on those warm summer evenings, high in fibre, calcium, protein and iron, packed full of four of your 5+ a-day with easy gluten and vegan options.
Serves: 1
Time to make: 30 mins

Total cost: $ 9.93 / $ 9.93 per serve

(at time of publication)


Creamy mustard chicken with warm kumara salad

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Variations

Make it gluten free: Check mustard is gluten free.

Make it vegan: Substitute tofu or Sunfed chicken-free chicken for chicken. Use coconut yoghurt.

HFG tip

NOTE: If you have a nut allergy and are using packaged goods in recipes, please check the allergen warning on the packet regarding nuts.

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