• Katie Chaplin

Sichuan Chicken

Who said you cant have Chinese food when you’re losing weight?

This is ANOTHER noodle dish you can enjoy without the guilt ( My Beef Chow mein recipe is hugely popular with my fat loss clients, link is here)

Ready in 30 minutes and super easy to make, this serves as a great meal for two or a meal prep for a weekday lunch- just eat cold or chuck in the microwave for a couple of minutes.

A huge focus I have is to ensure my clients are eating food they love, that is quick and easy to make- I know many of you can't or don't want to spend hours in the kitchen!

Don't forget, I offer free no-obligation 30 minute transformation sessions, so if you are like my other clients, and want to lose fat, whilst not dedicating your life to making boring meals, lets have a chat.


320g Chicken breast mini fillets- normal chicken breasts are absolutely fine but I use these because they don’t need to be chopped up J

1 tbsp. Cornflour

1 tbsp. vegetable oil

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped

3 tbsp light soy sauce

1 tbsp white wine vinegar

2 tbsp water

½ Tsp Stevia

Chilli flakes, salt and pepper to taste

1 nest of noodles ( for example these)

Prep time: 20 min

Cooking time: 10min


1. Pour the soy sauce, vinegar, stevia and water into a small bowl and stir to combine

2. Put the chicken in a separate bowl, add the cornflour and toss the chicken a few times to coat

3. Cook the noodles in a pan and drain ( this can be done whilst frying the chicken in step 4 to save time)

4. Heat the oil in a wok or large frying pan on a medium-high heat and fry the chicken and garlic, stir constant until light brown

5. Add the sauce created in step 1 , cover and cook the chicken until no longer pink inside- this will take about 5 minutes but please check that it is cooked through!

6. Whilst this is cooking you can get on with frying your veg, using low/zero calorie cooking spray ( LINK HERE) – NOTE: you can easily buy a pre done bag of stir fried veg – these cost about £1 and mean cooking is even quicker as there is no chopping up. However I just bought a load of broccoli, mange tout and beansprouts . If you choose to do what I do, make sure the broccoli florets are cut into quarters and fried for a couple of minutes before adding the mange tout .The mange tout should be fried for a minute of two, before adding the beansprouts – these will take about a minute and a half to cook.

7. Once everything is cooked, add the veg and noodles to the pan of chicken, combine and either serve or box up :)

Kcals 467

Protein 59g

Carbs 24g

Fat 14.5g

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