Low Carb Crock Pot Chicken Fajita Soup

A wonderful soup to warm you up on these chilly days!

LOW CARB SIMPLE

20151029_185907

I hope everyone had a Wonderful Holiday! I know my family and I did. 2016 will be a wonderful year I just know it!

Last year this time I had know idea about Low Carb High Fat living and all the Health Benefits that can be achieved. 

                             Low Carb Crock Pot Chicken Fajita Soup

Its getting chilly hear in the South this is a fantastic recipe to warm your soul, I found the original recipe on Peace, Love and Low Carb I tweaked alittle for my family’s taste. But I would like to thank Peace-Love and Low Carb for this recipe. 🙂

Ingredients

1 Crock Pot family Size (If you don’t have a Crock you can make on Stove top).

1 pack skinless Chicken Breast about 1 to 1 1/2 lbs 

2 Cups Chicken Stock lower…

View original post 248 more words

Advertisements

kale with chorizo and eggs

Great recipe and wonderful review of this dish! Will be having some of this soon… very soon!

optimising nutrition

This recipe comes from the Real Meal Revolution which contains a wide range of excellent low carb and nutrient dense meal options as you would expect from a recipe book with Tim Noakes at the helm).

The new Raising Superheroes is a “real food” cookbook with a range of real food recipes to provide parents with scientifically supported advice and delicious recipes to raise the healthiest, brightest kids possible.

The analysis below shows that the combination chorizo, egg, spinach and butter does a really nice job of covering off on a wide range of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fatty acids.

Chrome Legacy Window 9062015 55841 AM.bmp

Chorizo has an excellent protein score, minimal carbs and a reasonable array of vitamins and minerals.  It’s a processed meat, so get the good stuff if you can.

Chrome Legacy Window 28122015 45227 PM.bmp.jpg

Eggs are hard to beat when it comes to a complete protein and also have an excellent array of vitamins and minerals.  Try…

View original post 93 more words

Coating Recipe for Meat

If you are like me, you grew up with fish, chicken, pork and organ meats being coated in either flour or Shake-n-Bake. Here is a simple recipe for a LC coating. Note: this makes a large batch

Ingredients:

  • 2 bags of plain pork rinds, finely crushed (food processor works great!)
  • 1/3 cup of almond meal
  • 1/3 cup of flaxseed meal
  • 1-2 tsp of pink sea salt (or to taste, more can be added later if needed)
  • spices and herbs to taste (garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, black pepper, lemon pepper (best for chicken/fish), oregano, basil, paprika, cumin, cayenne pepper, etc.)

With the salt, spices and herbs, you may have to experiment with the amounts. Some flavors are stronger than others and can affect the overall flavor of the coating. As a general rule, I use 1/2 tsp to a tsp of each of these in my mixture.

Place ingredients in an air-tight container and store in the refrigerator. Remember to shake the ingredients before each use as some of the content will settle to the bottom. Lasts for a couple of weeks.

Note: take out what you need from the large batch. Do not save unused coating as it could grow harmful bacteria and cause food poisoning.

I usually make up separate batches for different flavor combinations. For example: lemon pepper for chicken or fish, Italian-based, hot and spicy, etc.