Chicken is one of the most versatile dishes. When it comes to meal prep, chicken is a must-have. It takes less time to cook than any other meat.
If you’re searching for super creative meal prep recipes chicken, then you have landed on the right recipe. This chicken meal prep takes less than 15 minutes to prep. Plus, my low-calorie chicken meal prep is ideal for weight watchers!
This chicken meal prep recipe yields 5 servings. You can prep the meal on a lazy Sunday and enjoy it for the rest of the week!
I love prepping my meals in advance. It saves me all the time thinking about chicken meal ideas for the rest of the week. Plus, when I have a healthy meal tucked away in the freezer, I’m less inclined to order in and I stay on track with my healthy eating goals.
Boneless Chicken Thigh Recipes
There are tons of boneless chicken thigh recipes on the internet. That’s because chicken thigh recipes are easier to cook. And most people prefer chicken thighs for their juicer and crunchy taste.
In this chicken meal prep recipe, you can either freeze your chicken after marinating or after frying them. Depends on how you like your meal prep.
You can create boneless chicken thigh recipes with both dry and wet marinades. In this recipe, I am using both! The wet marinade is very easier to prepare. Just pop all the ingredients in the yogurt bowl. Yogurt in the marinade will make your chicken even juicer and softer!
You can also use the marinade as a dipping sauce later on. This dip tastes very well with the spaghetti squash. Once you marinade the chicken, leave it for at least 20 minutes to let it work its magic.
Before transferring the chicken to the frying pan, remove the marinade from the chicken. This will prevent your chicken from burning. Plus, it will give you a crispy outside and a juicy inside. As always, I keep the salt for the last to prevent my chicken from drying out during the cooking process.
Baked Spaghetti Squash
We all know baked spaghetti squash isn’t really your traditional pasta, but I think it’s unfair to compare pasta with squash. This roasted spaghetti squash has its own unique cheesy flavor, with a crunch of its own.
The pumpkin seeds add a bit of the surprise and a crunch to this roasted spaghetti squash recipe. Roasting the squash also gives me a bite in this baked spaghetti squash, rather than the soggy mushy flavor you might get when you steam the whole squash during baking.
How to cook spaghetti squash
Before you start cooking spaghetti squash, I suggest you first watch my video below to learn how to cook spaghetti squash to golden perfection.
My method of cooking spaghetti squash will have you thanking me for life eternal. Who knows you might even be coaching your friends on how to cook spaghetti squash! It’s easier and less messy than other bakes spaghetti squash recipes on the internet.