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Old 02-06-2014, 21:31   #1
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I found the following link on another forum and tried it this morning. My hubby and I were really pleased with it because it appears to be low carb.

My HCG Cooking Blog - Favorite recipes and discoveries on my HCG weightloss journey: P3 Chicken Parm Bites

There were comments left by other forum members and since one of them was the one I tried - I will include the comments below:


You'll like these even more if you dip the chicken in a 50/50 mixture of melted butter and mustard instead of the egg, then do the breading.

I mix mustard with my beaten egg to give it a kick before I dip it in the almond flour/parmesan mix. It also works well with eggplant if you want to make eggplant parmesan.

I add a little hot sauce to the egg mix for added "kick." This is pretty good on fish as well.

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I haven't seen you here in a while, glad you're back. This sounds great. Always looking for the perfect breading, will give this a try. Thanks.

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Gizmo - I was in a hurry when I was fixing our chicken bites and to my dismay I didn't have basil or oregano - so I substituted Italian seasoning. I think the whole recipe would have turned out even better if I had taken more time with it. I hope it works out for you. I would be interested if you try it, if there was any tweaks you think of to make it even better.

I have a 13 yr old grandson who breathes 'chicken nuggets' from McDonalds. I was hoping this recipe might be something I could fix when grandson visits our home.

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