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    Janet Guest

    Default Almond meal and curry powder chicken

    Recently I tried dipping boneless, skinless pounded chicken breasts in a
    very little cream, then in a mixture of almond meal and homemade Madras
    curry powder and a dsh of salt. I sauteed them in olive oil with a little
    butter. It was delicious, good hot or cold, and a nice change from my usual
    grilled chicken.

    You could, of course, use an egg or an egg white instead of the cream. Or
    possibly omit it altogether, but something thick and clingy does help hold
    the mixture on.



  2. #2
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Almond meal and curry powder chicken

    interesting, i bet that would be good in a salad for lunch, Lee
    "Janet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Recently I tried dipping boneless, skinless pounded chicken breasts in a
    > very little cream, then in a mixture of almond meal and homemade Madras
    > curry powder and a dsh of salt. I sauteed them in olive oil with a little
    > butter. It was delicious, good hot or cold, and a nice change from my
    > usual grilled chicken.
    >
    > You could, of course, use an egg or an egg white instead of the cream. Or
    > possibly omit it altogether, but something thick and clingy does help hold
    > the mixture on.
    >




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    Susan Guest

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    On 1/30/2011 12:29 AM, Janet wrote:
    > Recently I tried dipping boneless, skinless pounded chicken breasts in a
    > very little cream, then in a mixture of almond meal and homemade Madras
    > curry powder and a dsh of salt. I sauteed them in olive oil with a little
    > butter. It was delicious, good hot or cold, and a nice change from my usual
    > grilled chicken.
    >
    > You could, of course, use an egg or an egg white instead of the cream. Or
    > possibly omit it altogether, but something thick and clingy does help hold
    > the mixture on.
    >
    >


    Yum, what a great idea. I know some low carbers also use parmesan
    cheese for a coating.

    Susan

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    pavane Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
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    |
    | On 1/30/2011 12:29 AM, Janet wrote:
    | > Recently I tried dipping boneless, skinless pounded chicken breasts in a
    | > very little cream, then in a mixture of almond meal and homemade Madras
    | > curry powder and a dsh of salt. I sauteed them in olive oil with a little
    | > butter. It was delicious, good hot or cold, and a nice change from my usual
    | > grilled chicken.
    | >
    | > You could, of course, use an egg or an egg white instead of the cream. Or
    | > possibly omit it altogether, but something thick and clingy does help hold
    | > the mixture on.
    | >
    | >
    |
    | Yum, what a great idea. I know some low carbers also use parmesan
    | cheese for a coating.

    At 6g carbs per quarter cup the almond meal isn't a real threat, and it is
    also very low glycemic index. But yeah, a bit of parm certainly wouldn't
    hurt the dish.

    pavane



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    Susan Guest

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    On 1/30/2011 8:22 PM, pavane wrote:

    > At 6g carbs per quarter cup the almond meal isn't a real threat, and it is
    > also very low glycemic index. But yeah, a bit of parm certainly wouldn't
    > hurt the dish.
    >


    I wasn't objecting to the carbs in the almond meal, just offering a
    suggestion in the same vein.

    I always have almond flour in my freezer.

    Susan

  6. #6
    pavane Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
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    | On 1/30/2011 8:22 PM, pavane wrote:
    |
    | > At 6g carbs per quarter cup the almond meal isn't a real threat, and it is
    | > also very low glycemic index. But yeah, a bit of parm certainly wouldn't
    | > hurt the dish.
    | >
    |
    | I wasn't objecting to the carbs in the almond meal, just offering a
    | suggestion in the same vein.
    |
    | I always have almond flour in my freezer.

    Wonderful, I am very glad to know that.

    pavane



  7. #7
    Cheri Guest

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    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > On 1/30/2011 8:22 PM, pavane wrote:
    >
    >> At 6g carbs per quarter cup the almond meal isn't a real threat, and it
    >> is
    >> also very low glycemic index. But yeah, a bit of parm certainly wouldn't
    >> hurt the dish.
    >>

    >
    > I wasn't objecting to the carbs in the almond meal, just offering a
    > suggestion in the same vein.
    >
    > I always have almond flour in my freezer.
    >
    > Susan


    There are many recipes using almond flour and parmesan for breading chicken.
    It's very good.

    Cheri


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