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Say yes to fitness with this healthy Chicken Mushroom Lasagna recipe

This could turn out to be your new 'favourite' comfort food.

Written by Deekshita Baruah | New Delhi |
Updated: July 29, 2016 6:23:52 pm
Enjoy this traditional Italian dish at the comfort of your home. Enjoy this traditional Italian dish at the comfort of your home.

Chicken and mushrooms are a classic combination. Not only are they good to eat but also a great source of protein. You will find a number of recipes for this all-time favourite meal but not as healthy as this one. Dinesh Prasad Bhatt, executive chef, has created a recipe that mostly uses fresh ingredients and is big on carrying the Italian legacy forward but with a twist. The tangy tomato-rich red sauce will make you drool. Try it out this weekend or any other day, really. You will love it.

Ingredients (Serves 2)
150 g- Chicken
½ tbsp- Salt
¼ tbsp- Crush black Pepper
2 mince- Garlic cloves
½ cup- Olive Oil
½ tbsp- Fresh Thyme
1 bowl- Button Mushroom
½ bowl- Chopped Onion
3 cups- Low fat milk
1 ½ tsp- Basil
1 cup- Basil tomato sauce

*Slice the chicken and marinate it with salt, pepper, olive oil and fresh thyme. Keep it in the refrigerator for 4 hours.

*Wash the button mushroom properly and cut it into slices.

*Saute chopped onion, garlic, fresh thyme in olive oil and add the mushroom to it along with some salt and crushed black pepper.

*Add some low fat milk and stir it till the milk evaporates. Keep aside once it is done.

*Now, take out the sliced chicken and seal it in the non stick pan.

*Make a layer with mushroom and add some basil tomato sauce.

*Garnish it with some fresh basil, olives and ricotta cheese and bake in the oven for 10 mins.

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