Chicken mince is very versatile and economical. Try some of these delicious recipes for pies, meatballs, pasta, salad and curry.
This is a home version of the spicy chicken salad you'd get down at your local Thai restaurant.
This coarse-textured pâté, deliciously flavoured with garlic and fresh coriander, combines minced chicken and chicken livers with lentils for a starter that has considerably less fat than a traditional pâté. Serve with toasted slices of brioche, plus some crisp vegetable sticks and crunchy radishes.
These filo pastry rolls make an excellent starter. The filling is a colourful mixture of low-fat minced chicken and plenty of vegetables, with a little smoked ham and fresh herbs to add to the flavour. The rolls are served with a piquant cranberry relish.
These Chinese dumplings have a chicken filling, which is lighter than the traditional pork mixture. Wonton wrappers can be found in most supermarkets. Serve these dim sum as the starter for a multi-course Chinese meal.
Adding grated apple to chicken burgers not only gives a fruity flavour that complements the meat and herbs, but also lightens up the meaty patties and provides fibre. Served in buns with honey mustard and fresh watercress, these are a great alternative to beef burgers.
Chicken mince and breadcrumbs are mixed to form patties in this delicious alternative to hamburgers.
As the name suggests, this has a messy appearance—a Bolognese mixture served between wholemeal rolls—but it's a recipe all the family will love, and the filling can be prepared ahead or frozen. Lean minced chicken is listed here as a healthy alternative to minced beef, but you could use either.
Sweet capsicums and warm spices flavour this dish, made with chicken mince rather than the traditional beef for a lower fat content, and served on spaghetti to boost the carbohydrate value.
Packed with fresh, zesty Thai flavours, these little minced chicken skewers are grilled and served with baby corn, capsicum and spring onion skewers for a healthy, low-fat meal. Serve with an Asian-style salad for extra vegetables.
Healthy turkey rissoles with mouth watering cheese pockets. I serve one rissole per plate with fresh vegetables and mashed potato.
This recipe was created for Macquarie Chapel in Eastwood, Sydney which serves free meals to the homeless and hard up. Breathe in the aroma while it's cooking to remind yourself that you're alive and ok! If you don't have a sweet tooth you can omit the marzipan.
A fabulous twist on an old favourite with chicken instead of beef and tortilla instead of pasta. This recipe is a winner with my family, friends and healthy too.
Entok is young Indonesian duck and the first time I made this recipe I used entok mince. You can also use duck or turkey…or even chicken mince. This meat makes this dish lighter and less fatty than using beef mince but it still has plenty of flavour.
I came up with this recipe when all I had in the freezer was a packet of frozen spinach and a packet of chicken mince. Incredibly simple, but now a favorite in our house.
This is like the typical Australian sausage roll but with Thai flavours.
This recipe is a great alternative to typically unhealthy sausage rolls (well, apart from the puff pastry...). I use chicken breast mince, but any lean mince could really be used. I usually make quite a few and freeze them for later use.
A simple and basic but tasty recipe
Minced chicken with mushroom, tomato and sour cream; I like to serve this with curly fettuccine
Chicken meatballs and spaghetti is a great alternative to beef or pork. Now, I love beef and pork, but I wanted to give my family something different. This is a recipe for five, plus a little extra for leftovers.
These chicken burgers feature a feta cheese filling.