Spinach waffles with chicken, pesto, pickled red onions, and greens. Quick, healthy, and filling dinner!
- Waffles with spinach
- 100 g spinach
- 3 eggs
- 1 t baking soda
- 2 dl.
- 185 g.
- 1. salt
- 30 g. spinach
- 350 g. breast
- red onion (40 g)
- 2 avocado
- 0.5 c. green onions
- pesto pesto
- 1 parsley bunch
- 1 tsp garlic
- 1 tsp salt
- 1.5 dl rapeseed or sunflower seed oil
Preparing the dish
A stick blender or a regular blender is used to blend spinach, eggs, and milk.
Then add baking powder, wheat flour, and salt. If the dough is too thick, add more milk. If it’s too thin, add more flour.
Bake in an olive oil or other fat-greased waffle iron.
Fry chicken. Clean the chicken and heat a fat pan. Depending on thickness, fry chicken breasts for 4 minutes each side. Add salt and pepper.
Now make the parsley pesto/dressing. Mix parsley with garlic, oil, and salt.
To serve, top with pesto dressing and topped with hot spinach waffles.
Spinach waffles with pesto and chicken
The best spinach waffles ever with chicken, pesto, greens, and pickled onions. We adore spinach waffles with toppings! It’s so simple and can be filled with anything. The food waffles are topped with chicken, avocado, spinach, pickled red onions, and pesto. This dish is great for a healthy lunch or dinner with friends and family. Then it can be made as a self-serve waffle, with different fillings ready in bowls.
If you need waffles for dinner, food waffles are ideal. We made them as spinach waffles to add a little extra green to the waffle, as it cannot be tasted. We also recommend spinach waffles with tuna salad.
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Waffles with filling
Compared to a salad, we think a round of spinach waffles here is a little more satisfying. Simultaneously, you do not need to reduce the amount of green. The waffle is loaded with salad. So it’s a win-win situation for us! It’s a fun and exciting way to eat more vegetables without feeling deprived. We certainly recommend it!