Honey Garlic Chicken

Honey Garlic Chicken

This Honey Garlic Chicken dish is the meal prep version of the Honey Garlic Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Each dish is filled with rice, chicken, broccoli, and caramelized onions
PREP TIME
30 Minutes
COOK TIME
25 Minutes

Per Serving – Makes 5

461 Calories

50g C | 43g P | 10g F

How to Make Honey Garlic Chicken

Honey Garlic Chicken

This Honey Garlic Chicken dish is the meal prep version of the Honey Garlic Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Each dish is filled with rice, chicken, broccoli, and caramelized onions

PER SERVING – MAKES 5

461 CALS

PREP TIME

30 MINUTES

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COOK TIME

25 MINUTES

CARBS PROTEIN FAT
50g 43g 10g

NUTRITION INFO

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This Post Has 13 Comments

  1. JT

    4 stars
    So good!

  2. Nelson Custodio

    It’s unclear whether I’m cooking the chicken in the air fry only or am I moving it from the air fryer then to step 5

    1. Josh Cortis

      If you are cooking in the air fryer, Step 3 is for that. The other steps would be for the oven

  3. darren

    5 stars
    Great Great recipe for the chicken! The air fryer is definitely better than the oven ive noticed too for getting that perfect char and taste. The flavor of this meal is phenomenal. i switched the broccoli out for Zuchinni & Onions but still awesome’ thanks

  4. Jason

    Hey, if I cook the chicken in the air fryer, do I just broil the raw onion in the oven? Should I add the leftover marinade onto the onion before broiling for more flavor?

    1. Josh Cortis

      You can air fry the onion too. And the leftover marinade would be awesome for more flavor 👍

  5. Adam Rojas

    5 stars
    I made this one a few weeks ago and the honey garlic was so friggin good. I was tempted to make this again but ill do it after I try a few other meals! I let the chicken marinate overnight and it just cemented that flavor even more I feel like.

  6. richard dickson

    5 stars
    I love your recipes, but I always struggle to get the same macros when I punch them into cronometer (I use it instead of myfitnesspal). I followed this one pretty accurately and it still comes up as 3000 calories for the whole thing. Are the calculations maybe using chicken breast? I really don’t see how I am off by 700 kcal.

    1. Anthony McCarthy

      Only thing I could think of is that you are using 3.75 cups of uncooked rice vs cooked rice, but the calorie difference would be more than 700kcal.

    2. Emily

      I’m having the same problem. Using Cronometer I’m getting over 3000 calories for 5 servings.

  7. Roland

    Allergic to sesame and oyster sauce. What could I substitute with?

  8. Silas Lenihan

    My favorite one yet, thanks man!

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This Post Has 13 Comments

  1. JT

    4 stars
    So good!

  2. Nelson Custodio

    It’s unclear whether I’m cooking the chicken in the air fry only or am I moving it from the air fryer then to step 5

    1. Josh Cortis

      If you are cooking in the air fryer, Step 3 is for that. The other steps would be for the oven

  3. darren

    5 stars
    Great Great recipe for the chicken! The air fryer is definitely better than the oven ive noticed too for getting that perfect char and taste. The flavor of this meal is phenomenal. i switched the broccoli out for Zuchinni & Onions but still awesome’ thanks

  4. Jason

    Hey, if I cook the chicken in the air fryer, do I just broil the raw onion in the oven? Should I add the leftover marinade onto the onion before broiling for more flavor?

    1. Josh Cortis

      You can air fry the onion too. And the leftover marinade would be awesome for more flavor 👍

  5. Adam Rojas

    5 stars
    I made this one a few weeks ago and the honey garlic was so friggin good. I was tempted to make this again but ill do it after I try a few other meals! I let the chicken marinate overnight and it just cemented that flavor even more I feel like.

  6. richard dickson

    5 stars
    I love your recipes, but I always struggle to get the same macros when I punch them into cronometer (I use it instead of myfitnesspal). I followed this one pretty accurately and it still comes up as 3000 calories for the whole thing. Are the calculations maybe using chicken breast? I really don’t see how I am off by 700 kcal.

    1. Anthony McCarthy

      Only thing I could think of is that you are using 3.75 cups of uncooked rice vs cooked rice, but the calorie difference would be more than 700kcal.

    2. Emily

      I’m having the same problem. Using Cronometer I’m getting over 3000 calories for 5 servings.

  7. Roland

    Allergic to sesame and oyster sauce. What could I substitute with?

  8. Silas Lenihan

    My favorite one yet, thanks man!

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