This healthy post-workout recipe will keep you feeling full for longer – and it tastes great, too
My rat-a-tat bake is perfect for a family meal or sharing with friends, and I think it’s great for autumn. The flavours of the thyme, garlic and chive mixed with the punchiness of the paprika makes it a taste sensation. This recipe is designed for you to eat after you have exercised – so you can smash out a 20-minute HIIT session, then spend 30 minutes in the kitchen cooking this up. Not only does it taste great, but it will also keep you feeling really full.
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Joe Wicks’s recipe for chicken and orzo rat-a-tat bake