Cooking meat like chicken in cooking foil is the best way to ensure the meat stays juicy and tender and allows the chicken to absorb the flavor of the garlic. The resulting chicken breast can be eaten hot or cold, served with a salad or simply with a salsa, and it also makes an excellent dish for your lunchbox for work. Fresh herbs could also be added to the garlic and ghee to boost the flavor even more!
This is a hearty breakfast dish that is full of flavor. If you are not sure about radishes, let us reassure you that cooking them produces a much mellower flavor. You could also add in some leftover cabbage if you have it. Garlic and onion are such a perfect combination and they go so well with corned beef. This is a great way to get your protein and veggies in.
When you buy chicken, it’s often a better deal to buy a whole chicken and divide it into pieces yourself. Chicken breast is usually the most expensive part and also the leanest. We suggest leaving it in the store and opt for thighs, with or without the bone in, instead. They often come cheaper, have more natural fat and therefore more flavor. If you can get pieces with the skin on, it’s even better! You’ll find more tips on how to cook chicken below.
If you have never tried green smoothies then this is a great introduction. So quick and easy to make, this is an ideal standby for a busy morning as it takes only five minutes to prepare. The use of the nuts gives great additional flavor to the smoothie. It can be difficult to get enough vegetables and fiber into your keto diet, so keep some greens powder handy in your kitchen.
Hi Howard, You’re right that this bread doesn’t rise much – the volume comes mostly from whipping the egg whites. If the whites fell too much, the bread might not be tall enough. But even if they didn’t, it might still be shorter than some other tall bread loaves. Feel free to multiply the recipe by 1.5 if you prefer a taller loaf. I’m glad you liked the flavor and texture!