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Anytime Snack

I LOVE this! Whenever I have left over bbq. chicken I instead of using it for snack food, I turn it into a quick, energy producing snack. Actually, it's my breakfast of choice!snack


  • cooked basmati rice

  • 1 egg

  • cooked bbq chicken

  • spring onions

  • red chillies (optional)

  • soy sauce


  • 1.

    Using a noodle bowl, I place some cooked basmati rice, then break in an egg & give it a quick swirl with a fork.

  • 2.

    I then add some cooked bbq chicken, spring onions, chopped red chillies if using & soy sauce to taste.

  • 3.

    Cover the bowl with cling wrap, place in the microwave oven on 100% for approx. 1 & 1/2 mins. Naturally the time will need to be adjusted according to oven-if you have a sensor reheat model, this should be an ideal setting to use.

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Yes, would probably normally be a lunch time dish, but I find it gives me a brain boost at the beginning of the day.
Posted by AB143Report
Sounds pretty quick, more suited to lunch than breakfast, but everyone to their own.