Zudles with Roast Chicken and Vegetables

Primed Roast chicken is a dish we enjoy weekly in our household. It is filling, nutritious and delicious. We usually roast 2 chickens at a time and then use the left overs for school lunch box items and then the bones for Primed Bone Broth.

After having the roast chicken for Saturday dinner I easily made Zudles with left overs for our poolside garden lunch on Sunday.


2 roasted chickens

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Roasted onions and garlic

Roasted root vegetables like carrots, beetroot etc.


Salt and pepper

Primed Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

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  1. Use your knife or zudle maker to make your zucchini into thin strips.

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2. Heat your Primed VCO in a pan and add your zudles. I also added some of the left over garlic butter from the roast chicken juices. I also added salt and pepper.

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3. Once your zudles have cooked for 5 minutes add in your chopped roasted onion, garlic, carrots, beetroot and chicken. Feel free to add in fresh spinach for added nutrition.

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I cooked 2 separate zudle dishes because Lauren wanted some tuna instead of chicken. Hence, I left some veggies and zudles aside to be combined with Century tuna in water.

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The Final Word:

  1. Just eat real food. Simple. You owe it to yourself and your family. It is not so difficult to do if you plan ahead.

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2. Eat fake food and you are courting ill health.

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3. As part of my Primed Wellness coaching I also teach you and your staff how to cook great food and why it is so vital for your longevity.

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