https://www.youtube.com/user/kevinhunter7 KETO HOW-TO SERIES. The Ketogenic Diet, or KETO, is quickly becoming the most popular diet in the world! Not just because it helps you lose weight, but tons of research continues to prove that it’s the ticket to your health. This slow baked chicken recipe is to die for, and it fits perfectly into a diet rich in good fats. The right fats not only support keeping you in full blown ketosis, but the health benefits are astounding. This is one recipe you’ll have to keep under wraps, because the first time you make this and allow your neighbors to try it, you won’t be able to keep them out of the house the next time they smell it.
By far, this is the best recipe for chicken that I have ever tasted! – Kevin Hunter, Host of TBFS Radio – The Business Forum Show
From Betty Crocker to Martha Stewart, Food Network, Real Simple, 101 Cookbooks, Allrecipes.com, Cooking Light, Midwest Living, Kraft, Ghirardelli… everyone is trying to come up with recipes that are healthy, heart smart, and allow you to lose weight. That’s exactly what this amazing chicken recipe does for you!
Dietary information is as follows:
This meal as presented: 8 servings (.25 lbs of cooked chicken ea)
Total Caloric breakdown per serving: 407 Calories
Fat 31.0 Grams 68.55%
Carbs 1.0 Grams 1.0%
Protein 30.0 Grams 29.48%
Vitamin A 20.4%
… and many other vitamins and minerals in trace percentages.
Lawry’s Seasoning (or your preferred seasoning) .5 tsp
Garlic Powder – .5 tsp
Parmesan Cheese 1.5 ozs.
Four (4) Boneless Chicken Breasts – 2 lbs.
1 1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup butter
Many people ask the question about rinsing the meat before cooking. Washing the meat is WRONG. Here’s the correct advice from the USDA:
Question: Should You Rinse Raw Chicken Before Cooking It?
USDA Answer: No — in fact, it’s not a good idea at all. The United States Department of Agriculture advises against the practice of rinsing poultry or meat before cooking it for a number of reasons. The problem is that when you rinse raw chicken, you’re allowing the bacteria (that is present) on the surface of the poultry to spread to everything else that’s nearby — including sink, counter surfaces, kitchen utensils and any other foods that might be within spattering range of the rinsing water. Dish soap and warm water is insufficient defense against these types of bacteria. By introducing the meat to your sink, you risk contaminating every dish, knife, fork, and spoon you put in your sink afterwards. Never do this.
Proper method: Bacteria present on the chicken’s surface is destroyed when you cook the poultry properly and thoroughly. Since the recommendation in this recipe is clearly to cook the chicken properly and thoroughly, this recipe makes the meat completely safe for consumption. Here are the facts: Chicken held at 148°F for three minutes will kill 99.999999% of salmonella. While most conventional recipes say take chicken out at an internal temperature of 160°F, it only takes fourteen seconds to kill 99.999999% of bacteria. Cooking is the only safe way to properly handle any bacteria.
SUMMARY: Never rinse raw meat in your sink, and dispose of all grocery store packaging properly to minimize contamination to other surfaces..