Easy Mock Chicken


We like to have mock chicken on buttered toast for lunch on Saturdays or Sundays. The mixed herbs are the part that gives the impression of "chicken flavour"


Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 25 minutes
Quantity: Serves 2 - 3

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2 teaspoons oil
1 onion, chopped small
1 large ripe tomato, chopped small
1 egg, beaten
4 tablespoons cheese, grated
pinch mixed herbs
1 teaspoon salt
Pepper to taste



Cook onion in oil until softened. Add tomato, herbs, salt and pepper and cook 5 minutes. Tip in the cheese and stir. Add the egg and stir until just thickened.


This is great hot on toast. A small amount, when cold, can be used as a sandwich filling. Eat the sandwich promptly as it will go soggy if left for too long.

Food Facts:

Onions are high in energy and have good amounts of B6, B1, and Folic acid in them. They contain chemicals which fight free radicals in our bodies. Free radicals cause disease and destruction in our cells. Onions have anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties in them. These properties are most potent when the onion is eaten raw. Onions raise the levels of beneficial HDL cholesterol and they lower the levels of the bad LDL cholesterol.

Tomatoes first grew as wild cherry sized fruits in the South American Andes but the tomato as we know it today, originates from Mexico. Tomato seeds were taken back to the Mediterranean countries where they quickly became popular. There are now more than 7,000 varieties of tomatoes. Eating tomatoes at least two times per week is now believed to reduce the risk of prostate cancer and to be beneficial in fighting other forms of cancer. The key ingredient in tomatoes is Lycopene which is a carotenoid. Cooking tomatoes, most especially in oil, releases the lycopene making it more available to the body. Tomatoes are also said to be good for the eyes. Tomatoes that are ripened on the vine have far more vitamin C than those that are picked green.



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