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      Couscous Salad











      Chicken Couscous

      Serves: 2 toddlers                Cook time: 10-15 mins               Prep time: 5-10 mins


      • 1 fillet chicken breast (chopped)
      • 25g frozen peas
      • 25g green beans (finely chopped)
      • ¼ red pepper (finely chopped)
      • 1 tsp olive oil
      • 40g Couscous


      1. Put the cous cous in a bowl and pour over 80ml of boiling water. Cover the bowl with cling film and set aside for 10 minutes.
      2. Add the peas, pepper and the green beans to a pot of boiling water for 8-10 minutes until cooked. Alternatively, stir-fry or steam these vegetables.
      3. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a hot pan and fry the chopped chicken fillets until cooked through.
      4. Add the cooked chicken and veg to the couscous and mix well.   Can be served hot or cold.

      Nutritional Benefits

      This is high in Niacin which is a B vitamin that helps to reduce tiredness and is important for a healthy nervous system and a source of phosphorous for healthy bones and teeth.

      High in:




      This is a quick and easy lunch for your toddler, adjust the veg according to what you have in the cupboard or to save time use cooked leftover chicken from the night before.

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