Category: chicken

Roast Chicken Breasts with Lemon & Herbs



This is one of those wonderful rustic dishes that takes just 10 minutes to prepare in the morning and then is simply put into the oven to bake, with an enticing aroma of tangy lemon and herbs filling the kitchen.  With only 4 carbs per portion, this is a hearty and delicious addition to any menu.

Chicken Garam Masala


Satisfy your spice cravings. If you fancy something exotic that is quick and easy to make, then this lovely Indian dish is a must and only has 10g carbs per serving. It’s one of my go-to favourites and is easily adaptable to transform into delicious Thai curries too (which I’ll detail on separate posts).  I serve it with cauliflower rice and keto naan bread, which I’ll also detail on separate posts.  It’s just like being at your local Indian restaurant!

Chicken & Mushroom Pie


A classic pie with a wonderful Keto twist.  Crispy pastry pies packed full of chicken breast and mushrooms to deliver a hearty pie, worthy of challenging any pie.  These hearty pies come in at a total of 11 carbs each and are the perfect main course for a wintry day.

Hasselback Baked Chicken Breasts

My Number One Fan ran across this interesting recipe on the Pillsbury website, which is even more interesting because it contains no Pillsbury products in the ingredients whatsoever, just a strong suggestion that you serve it along side Pillsbury Crescent Rolls.  The term “Hasselback” is generally used in tandem with potatoes, a dish that was

Low Carb Chicken Mushroom Spinach Crepes

With credit to My Number One Fan for finding this recipe from the Low Carb Maven website, as well as for finding a product that saved me a whole lot of time, called Crepini Egg Thins, this is a Keto-friendly recipe that was incredibly easy to prepare, resulting in a low calorie/low carb dinner when

Chicken Salad

Like many so-called classic recipes, chicken salad and its origins are debatable.  The current narrative is that chicken salad came about after the invention of mayonnaise, which food historians place sometime in the early eighteenth century in France.  Etymology of the name is obscure but some believe it originated from the provincial French town of

Weekday Chicken in the Oven Recipes

People run pretty hard during the week and so, given the incredible versatility of chicken, it isn’t surprising that just about everyone has at least one, if not several, go-to chicken recipes that can be prepared quickly and popped in the oven for an easy weeknight supper. Here are a couple that we’ve been making

Chicken Florentine

“Florentine” in culinary parlance means something prepared in the style of the Florence region of Italy, and the Internet takes a lot of liberty with what is generally considered a classic preparation that has two features: fresh spinach that has been sauteed in butter and Mornay Sauce. A Mornay Sauce is a Béchamel Sauce with

Low Carb Airfryer Fried Chicken

I’ve been on a quest to find the best substitute for Southern-style fried chicken, the kind that has been dredged in milk and eggs and seasoned flour, and fried crispy golden brown in a cast iron skillet with vegetable oil, like my dad used to make when I was a kid.  But I wanted something

The Ultimate Oven Fried Chicken Wings

I cannot remember when Chicken Wings became such a big deal.  They were something barely tolerable when I was growing up and my parents (generally, my dad) would fry up a mess of Southern Fried Chicken, which meant chicken pieces dredged in seasoned flour and fried in a cast iron skillet with Crisco until deliciously

Oven Chicken Cordon Bleu

My Number One Fan never ceases to amaze me, for many reasons, but noteworthy here for her ability to find great recipes on the Internet, adapt them to make them her own, and create something really outstanding.  It will invariably be selected for its ease in preparation and her ability to use a minimum of

Sheet Pan Shenanigans

I like getting inducted into the latest culinary trend, and I rely on my Number One Fan to keep me educated on what those are.  Apparently when she’s not reading mine, she follows a bunch of other food bloggers.  There are some very creative chefs turned bloggers out there, or perhaps it’s the other way

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