Almond Flour Chicken Strips | Low Carb Chicken Fingers Recipe

Almond Flour Chicken Strips | Low Carb Chicken Fingers Recipe

July 22, 2019 17 By William Morgan


Hey everybody and welcome to the video.
This is Josh here and today we’re going
to be making low carb chicken fingers.
These chicken fingers are made with almond
flour instead of traditional flour.
Beyond saving a few carbs, the almond flour
brings a great rich flavor to make these even
more delicious.
I really hope you give this one a try for
your next meal prep, they’re too good to
pass up.
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Starting off, we’re going to prepare our
breading station.
We’ll need two plates, one for egg and one
for flour, along with a cutting board and
our baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray.
Slice your chicken breast into strips, you’ll
want them to be about a centimeter thick or
as close as you can get.
Whisk one egg and pour it onto one of your
plates.
Next, take 1 cup of almond flour and pour
it onto your other plate.
I thought I could get away with 3/4 of a cup
to save on some calories, but I ended up needing
more of the flour mixture half-way through
the process, so make sure to use a full cup.
Add a generous amount of salt, pepper, onion
powder, garlic powder, and paprika to your
almond flour and mix together with a fork.
Now it’s time to start our breading process.
Start by coating the chicken finger in the
egg mixture, shaking free any excess, then
coating the strip with the flour mixture.
Place it on the pan and repeat until we’re
finished.
These need to rest for a few minutes, so preheat
your oven to 425 degrees fahrenheit and set
these aside.
I’m going to use this time to clean up all
of these dishes, but after about 15 minutes
the chicken fingers are ready for the oven.
Bake these for a total of 20 minutes, flipping
half way through.
But that is it, these come out so delicious
it’s definitely worth the effort compared
to boring and plain chicken breast.
At just under 400 calories per serving, these
would make a great substitute for restaurant
chicken tenders or an awesome addition to
your weekly meal prep.
I’m plating these up with some oven roasted
brussel sprouts, recipe for these will be
coming sometime in the next few weeks.
Ingredient amounts and all other info are
over on the website, www.beardedfatloss.com
But until next time, I will talk to you all
later.
Have a good one.