Sesame Chicken and Broccoli

9 Jan

After an amazing holiday season full of so many treats, filling meals and let’s be honest, far too many beverages then I really needed to drink it’s time to padlock the pantry and get down to business. To make things even more serious my boyfriend and I are going to Mexico in three months… there is no extra time to push off the inevitable it’s time to start the diet.

From what I’ve heard and experienced through the tightness of my pants eating out isn’t the healthiest past time. Lucky for me my New Year resolution is to start cooking! So my meal #1 comes straight from a Weight Watchers cook book. I have never done Weight Watchers but my parents have and I have seen first-hand the amazing results. So here it goes my first meal I made was Sesame Chicken, Broccoli and Couscous (like fancy rice I guess?).

My Boyfriend is still spending time with his family for the holidays so lucky for him he was not a test rat for my first kitchen attempt.

To my surprise my meal was delicious, low in calories, nutritious and SO easy to make.

If you are looking for a light, SUPER easy meal that tastes amazing and you can whip up in a jiffy follow these steps:

First you’ll need a few ingredients:
2 TBS Sesame Seeds
4 Chicken Breasts
Cooking Spray
2 TBS Honey
2 TBS reduced sodium Soy Sauce
½ TSP ground ginger
Box of Cous-Cous

For the Chicken:
1. In a non-stick skillet spray with cooking spray and lightly toast sesame seeds
2. Heat up two TBS of EVOO in a new skillet, cut up chicken breast into small strips and place them on the skillet, cook 3 minutes on each side or until chicken is lightly browned
3. Combine toasted sesame seeds, honey, soy sauce and ginger; pour over chicken, and cook 1 additional minute, turning chicken to coat with sauce

1. Cut it up
2. Through it in a bowl ¼ full of water
3. Microwave on high for around 4 minutes

1. Buy at grocery store
2. Follow directions on box 😉
Such a yummy meal and it was SO easy. Maybe I’m not that clueless in the kitchen?!


2 Responses to “Sesame Chicken and Broccoli”

  1. marsea January 11, 2011 at 6:45 pm #

    Cous cous freaks me out. I’m not sure exactly what it is or why we use it. It is so-o-o tiny. You need 10,000 cous cous for one forkful to taste like a decent bite.
    shiver, shiver.

  2. Helene January 12, 2011 at 9:17 am #

    Sounds yummy! Love those quick meals.

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