Chicken & Broccoli Recipes
Tenderstem® broccoli and chicken go together incredibly well. Succulent cuts of chicken combine deliciously with a crunchy bite of Tenderstem® broccoli, whatever meal you're cooking.
Whether you're looking for big, punchy flavours from cuisines from around the world, or a quick and healthy salad for lunch, we've got recipe inspiration for you.
Our chicken and broccoli recipes range from homemade Mexican burritos to Thai curries and Moroccan tagines. But if you're looking for cuisines more closer to home, we have plenty traditional options, such as pies, casseroles and roast chicken recipes.
So upgrade your next chicken and broccoli recipe with some Tenderstem® and try one of our recipes below.
Tenderstem® broccoli and spiced chicken burrito
Have a Mexican-inspired delight all wrapped up with these Tenderstem®broccoli and spiced chicken burritos. Bursting with deliciousness, cook up and devour these burritos hot or…
Tenderstem Royale® and Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl
A wholesome and comforting Japanese-inspired dish made a little more special with Tenderstem Royale®. With a delicious hit of umami flavouring, this dish has been…
Moroccan Chicken & Tenderstem® broccoli Tagine
A tagine for any occasion. You really don’t need an excuse for one, do you?The sweet and mild spicing of a Moroccan tagine is a…
Tenderstem® broccoli, Shallot, Sweetcorn & Tarragon Chicken Pot Pie
Super little pies that are great to prepare ahead of time. Filled with all sorts of goodness, they always go down well! Check out our…
Thai Chicken, Pumpkin & Tenderstem® broccoli Curry
A Thai curry that works like a dream. We aren’t sure why. It could be the pumpkin. It could be the chicken. More likely it…
Thai-Style Chicken, Shiitake & Tenderstem® Broccoli with Noodle & Coconut Broth
Tenderstem® broccoli and Thai food. What a combination! Here, savoury chicken, shiitake mushrooms, and Tenderstem® broccoli sit in a sweet coconut broth.
Tenderstem® broccoli Nasi Goreng
Nasi goring literally means ‘fried rice’ and most Indonesian and Malay families have their very own version of this recipe. Here’s ours.