Whip up some homemade shredded chicken in your Thermomix and keep it in the fridge to add to salads, sandwiches, pasta bakes and wraps throughout the week. Ideal for school lunchboxes! Here is my shredded chicken recipe for Thermomix.

Shredded chicken is brilliant to keep in the fridge for sandwiches and salads, or keep some in the freezer to quickly add to a pasta bake for an easy dinner. It’s cheaper than buying it from the deli so is a great budget-friendly way to keep the family fed through the week!

I have poached and shredded chicken in a variety of ways, and the Thermomix is one of the easiest. 

Kat’s tip: Don’t have a Thermomix? Try this recipe instead.

Shredded chicken has a variety of uses – you can serve it with salad, in wraps and sandwiches, on pizzas and more. It can also be frozen and added to a pasta bake style meal for an easy dinner.

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steamed and shredded chicken in thermomix

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  • Author: Katrina Springer


  • 2 chicken breasts
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1 litre water
  • small handful of desired herb (I used basil)


  1. Add water, garlic and herb to thermomix mixing bowl
  2. Slice Chicken breast in half (like a schnitzel)
  3. Place in the top basket of Varoma
  4. Cook on Varoma / 20 minutes / speed 2

shred chicken

  1. Discard contents from bowl and wash
  2. Add chicken to bowl
  3. Shred reverse / 4 seconds / speed 4

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