KETO CHICKEN PARM (Chicken Parmigiana) – ONLY 3 INGREDIENTS!!!!

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Succulent moist chicken slathered in marinara sauce and topped with cheese and baked till the cheese is all melty and gooey!!! Sounds perfect? That’s because it is. Even those this Keto chicken parm (Chicken Parmigiana) has no parmesan cheese I guarantee that you will not even notice. You will wolf down this easy Keto dinner recipe that’s only 3 ingredients. So tuck in!!!

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  1. Another keeper! Thank you, Sahil. Since the corona virus lockdown began a year ago, I've lost 65 pounds following a keto eating plan. I could follow it, in very large part, because of you and your efforts. Heartfelt thanks from me in New York to you in India. You are the best!

  2. BTW, Chicken Parmesan is not called that because of Parmesan cheese. There are debates on the true origin of the name, but the facts we know is that:
    1 it has nothing to do with Parmasean cheese,
    2 It came from the United States' large italian immigrant population in the North East (probably New York).

    The name is either named after the city of Parma, but is much more likely a bastardization over the years of another word that sounds similar to Parmasean and it just took on that name.

    You know how the English language screws up other languages words….

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