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Paleo Chicken Patties

I am a big fan of "one family, one meal" idea because none of us likes to slave in the kitchen preparing a different meal for each member of the family. I do understand that it is different for families with food allergies or sensitivities, and I am honestly feeling for you... However, for the majority of us, the idea of one family equals one meal is very appealing.

Let me introduce you the most delicious, nutritious, fast, easy and just mind-blowing Paleo chicken patties that all the family will enjoy, starting from your 9 months old baby, toddler, pre-schooler, husband, and yourself. 

Two secret ingredients (finely grated zucchini and mushrooms) add moisture to these chicken patties, while carrot, spring onion and coriander balance flavour. No one (even you're a picky toddler) will be able to spot it unless you tell them (that you definitely are not going to do). Such a great way to add more vegetables to your and your kids' diet without them even noticing. 

The ground LSA mix adds even more nutrients, such as fibre and essentials Omega-3 which are important for healthy heart and brain functions.

Trust me, this clean eating recipe will be the next favourite in your house.  



500g chicken mince
300g whole zucchini
100g carrots
100g mushrooms
50g spring onion
15g fresh coriander
60g ground LSA mix
1 tsp mustard 
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp turmeric
Pinch of salt (optional) 




Preheat oven to 200C, prepare large oven tray and line it with the baking paper or foil. 

Finely grate zucchini, mushrooms and carrots using a food processor or a hand grater. Squeeze all excess liquid.



Chop spring onion and coriander with the knife. 


In a large bowl combine chicken mince, mustard, grated vegetables and chopped herbs. Season with black pepper and salt according to your taste. 


Use your wet hands to form small balls (about 5cm in diameter) and place it on the prepared tray. Gently flatten balls with the fork. 


Place in the oven on the top rack and bake for 10 min. 


Take the tray out of the oven and flip each pattie. Put it back in the oven for another 10 min. You can change the oven's setting to the grill or fan-bake function if you want to brown the patties up a bit (and if your oven has these functions). 


These healthy chicken patties can be served warm or cold, as part of a burger or plain with the lettuce and tomatoes for a low carb lunch or dinner. 

Store in an airtight container in a fridge for up to 3 days. 






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