Bodybuilding Diet for Hardgainers – Muscle mash-up meal #2: Chicken-mince mass gainer




Hello again hardgainers!

Here’s the latest in our series of bodybuilding diet muscle mash-up meals, recipes developed by us to help you eat enough nutritious, tasty food to pack on the muscle mass. Isn’t that what we all want?

Truth is, to gain muscle, we all need to eat in a caloric surplus. If you’re a hardgainer, ectomorph body type, you need to eat more than most – and be consistent with it. There’s no point skipping meals, eating small portions, or letting a tiny appetite kill your gains.

Our muscle mash-up series give you really quick, easy meals which taste great and help you cram in plenty of macronutrients and micronutrients, to give your body exactly what it needs to build serious muscle.

Ready to cook? Here’s a recipe for a chicken meal which is anything but plain and ordinary. Packing over 300 calories per serving, with a balanced ratio of carbs, protein and minimal fat, it’s a taste sensation which will transform your muscle meal menu. Get ready for our chicken mince mass gainer.

This recipe contains around 4 servings (depending on your macros). Why not double up the ingredients, cook in bulk, and have quick-grab meals for the week ahead.

Muscle mash-up #2 – Chicken mince mass gainer

Ingredients:
400 grams chicken chopped small
1 cup cooked quinoa
400 grams roma tomatoes
1 cup baby spinach
16 cashews, crushed
1 teaspoon garlic
1 teaspoon organic butter

Directions:
In a nonstick pan, melt the organic butter.
Lightly fry the garlic until slightly cooked.
Add in the chicken.
Cook for a few minutes until the meat turns white.
Add the tomatoes, quinoa and baby spinach and turn the heat to low.
Cook for around 10 minutes.
Serve and sprinkle cheese over the top.

Nutrient breakdown per serve (4 servings):
Calories: 312.5
Carbs: 26.5 g (of which sugars:9 g)
Fat: 12.25 g
Protein: 24.75 g

Stay tuned for the next recipe in our Muscle Mash-Up series… and do let us know in the comments below if you have any great meal ideas to share!

  • July 7, 2014
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