This is a doozy. Seriously. It’s amazing.

The reason this bad ass recipe goes a long way to not only satisfying hunger is because it is both super easy to cook AND because you can make smaller bite sized pieces…it lasts a bloody long time.

I always hunt for great recipes and foods that allow me, my family as well as those that work with me to put into their meal planners easily. Sure, we all love a Heston Blumenthal work of art but sometimes (and most times) it’s just not practical.

Most of my clients are executives and business owners who are not afraid of cooking however they do have limited time to get their cooking done. Some even give these recipes to their personal chef’s to cook (who do a much better job than I).

Because everyday heroes like you and I don’t have that luxury, I want to give YOU something that can prepared easily and enjoyed by even the fussiest food critic. Plus you’ll be able to keep this in the fridge for a while so that it doesn’t go to waste.
Anytime yummy food can last longer get’s my automatic approval!
Here we go!



Coach Connolly Chicken Cakes


(Makes About A Dozens Fish Cakes)


  • 750g Of Chicken Mince
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Chilli (chopped)
  • 2 Gloves Of Garlic (finely chopped)
  • 3 Tablespoons Of Coriander (my favourite)
  • 2 Onions (chopped)
  • 1 Piece Of Fresh Ginger
  • 1 Tablespoon Of Sesame Oil
  • Lime Zest
  • 2 Tablespoons of Lime/Lemon Juice (I like lime)
  • Cook With 1 Tablespoon Of Coconut Oil

Cool Things To Add:

Fish Sauce – Some like it, others don’t. I didn’t add any on this occasion but I don’t object to a little tartare sauce either.

Sweet Chilli Sauce – This is the best choice











The beauty about this is once you have all the ingredients chopped, diced or however you like to slice your ingredients (the finer the better from personal experience) all you need to do is put everything into the chicken mince and make a patty / rissole. If you like them flat they lay the smackdown and if you like the balls…..well…. you can handle your balls however you like!


Using these as a snack is the best bet if you’re going to make them smaller. After you cook them up, serve them with your favourite sauce or side (coleslaw also works well too!) and enjoy.


P.S: Make sure you put some away in some tupperware so that you can enjoy after training.


P.P.S – Huge thanks to my dynamic duo Chloe and Kristy for helping me out with all of this stuff. You’re absolute life saves and I love you both!




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