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In this post, I’ll show you how to prepare a juicy honey-lime chicken in a refreshingly sweet marinade. There is also a corn-avocado salsa and fluffy rice.
Watch out: here comes my new favorite recipe! A refreshing honey-lime chicken with rice and a corn-avocado salsa. The perfect dish for warm summer days (and also ideal for the grill). Especially in summer I love to prepare salads or marinades with fresh lime juice. This gives every dish a summery touch and the right amount of refreshment. In addition, the sweet corn combined with fresh shallots, creamy avocado and fruity tomatoes is just wonderful. Everything together on one spoon is a unique taste explosion.
The combination of all ingredients goes perfectly together, but if you like, you can of course also serve the salsa as a salad or simply combine the chicken differently.
Nutritional Information per serving of Honey-Lime Chicken
Calories: 730 – Protein: 56g – Fat: 28g – Carbs: 59g
Honey-lime chicken with corn-avocado salsa
- 2 chicken fillets
- 120g rice
- 1 avocado
- 1 can of corn
- 1 large tomato
- 1 shallot
- 2 limes
- 2 tbsp honey
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 bunch of coriander
- Salt pepper
- optional: sesame
- Step 1 Dab the chicken fillets and set aside. For the marinade, mix honey with the juice of a lime, salt and pepper and soak the fillets in it for 10 minutes.
- Step 2 Meanwhile, lightly roast the corn in a pan. Cut the avocado, shallot and tomato into cubes and store in a bowl. Add the corn and mix everything with the olive oil and lime juice. Finely chop the coriander and stir in.
- Step 3 Boil the rice in salted water.
- Step 4 Meanwhile, bring a well-coated pan to a high temperature and brown the marinated chicken fillets on both sides. (Tip: If you have, you can use a grill pan here.) When the fillets are well browned on both sides, reduce the temperature and finish cooking the meat. If there is still marinade left, simply pour it over the fillets.
- Step 5 Finally, serve everything together optionally with a few sesame seeds.