Lean Muscle Chicken and Red Potatoes Meal

Jason’s Lean Muscle Chicken and Red Potatoes Meal

This lean muscle meal I’m sharing with you is a meal I eat more often than any other dish. To me it’s got the perfect ratio of protein and carbohydrates, and it’s low in fat. The main ingredient is the boneless skinless chicken breast (in the video above I’m using Perdue’s individually packaged chicken breasts, non-seasoned). We all know that eating chicken breasts is one of the best ways to build lean muscle and get ripped. It’s a quality source of protein.

The red potatoes, in my opinion, are a great source of healthy carbs. Red potatoes are high in fiber and antioxidants, and are loaded with nutrients. I usually boil mine and I also eat the potato skins. There’s a lot of nutrients in the skins. I also throw in a carrot; you can throw in whatever vegetables you prefer. I’m personally not a huge veggie fan but I like carrots, which are packed with nutrients as well.

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Lean Muscle Chicken Meal Cookware

Frying pan (I prefer a Wok pan)

Pot (for boiling water)

Lean Muscle Chicken Meal Ingredients

1-2 boneless skinless chicken breasts

2-3 red potatoes

1 carrot

Olive oil

Seasoning (optional)

Cooking Instructions

Jason's Lean Muscle MealsThe first thing I do is pour a little olive oil in the Wok pan and turn that on medium heat. Then I fill up the pot with water and set it on high heat. While the stove is heating up I cut up my red potatoes and the carrot in smaller pieces and dump them in the pot.

Next I cut my chicken breasts in about four to five strips for each chicken breast and usually add a little black pepper and seasonings. This is optional and if you don’t want any sodium you can use something like Mr. Dash seasoning. The reason I cut the chicken into strips is because it changes the texture of the chicken and it seems to cook better. Once I finish cutting up the chicken I throw the strips into the Wok pan with olive oil.

By the time I get the chicken in the pan and potato and carrot chunks in the pot, the water is boiling. I set the timer for about 10 minutes (if you’re cooking whole red potatoes or cutting bigger pieces, you may need to boil the water a little longer). I’ll let the chicken cook for about two minutes before turning the pieces and then cook for another couple of minutes. After that I’m turning the chicken pieces about every minute.

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With preparation and cooking time you can have this lean muscle meal ready in less than 15 minutes. I eat this meal several times throughout the week. Since it’s so quick and easy to cook I don’t cook big portions. Leftover chicken breasts never tastes good and the texture is always tough after it’s reheated. So I just cook enough for that meal and wolf it down.

This is the perfect bodybuilder’s meal. This chicken breast and red potatoes recipe is extremely healthy and packed with nutrients. You can easily control the carbs by adding an extra red potatoes, or taking one away depending on what your current fitness goals are.

Train (and eat) with Passion,

Jason

 

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