Chicken Lentil Salad

If you would like to eat something light, refreshing and filling this is just for you...

4 portions
1 litre water
35g Thermomix vegetable stock
250g green lentils
500g chicken breast fillets
Salt, fresh grinded black pepper
300g carrots
250g cherry tomatoes, quartered
25g parsley leaves
1 big red apple

20g of our previously prepared vegetable broth
30g extra virgin olive oil
20g mustard
20g white wine vinegar

  • Wash lentils and leave them in cold water for 2 hours before you use

  • Put water and vegetable stock in TM Bowl and mix for 10 seconds on Speed 4. Cook for 10 minutes at 100ºC on Speed 2
  • In the meantime cut carrots into thin round slices and put them in Varoma Bowl
  • Wet baking papaer under the tap water and squeeze well and place in Varoma Tray
  • Season chicken fillets with salt and fresh grinded pepper. Fold baking paper onto chicken fillets

  • Get 20g of Thermomix vegetable broth that you just prepared and set aside
  • Wash and drain lentils. Add them into the broth in TM Bowl. Place Varoma Bowl and Tray
  • Cook for 30 minutes at Varoma Temperature on Reverse/Soft Speed
  • Drain cooked lentils, put them in a deep bowl and let them cool (you can use lentil-vegetable broth for your soups if you wish)
  • Add tomatoes onto lentils
  • Put carrots into another plate
  • Rinse and dry TM Bowl with cold water
  • Chop parsley for 5 seconds on Speed 7
  • Add 1/3 of chopped parsley onto carrots. Drizzle with a little oil, season with salt and mix
  • Add the remaining 2/3 of parsley onto lentils

  • Rinse again TM Bowl roughly.
  • Add all the sauce ingredients and mix for 15 seconds on Speed 3

  • Cut apple in quarters and remove the seeds.
  • Cut apple into thin slices. Put them in a bowl. Pour the sauce onto apples and gently mix
  • Keep apple slices aside to decorate serving plate later! Pour the sauce onto lentils and mix

  • Cut chicken into strips
  • Put lentil salad and carrots into serving plate. Place chicken strips on the lentils, decorate with apple slices and serve 
  • You can serve cold or tepid

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It's adapted from a recipe in Mutfak Rehberi Magazine with a few modifications

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