Keto Chicken Parmesan Recipe [with Low-Carb Cabbage Pasta]

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This Italian dish is filled with ripe tomatoes and parmesan cheese. A classic Italian plate without all the carbs!

The parmesan cheese is simmered in the chicken skillet to encase this dish in a luxurious richness. It is then stirred with baby spinach until the spinach is just warm. The cabbage is fried in butter until it is just soft and this makes the perfect under-pairing to the cheesy Italian chicken parmesan.

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Ingredients:
Chicken Parmesan:
2 tablespoon butter, for frying
24 ounce boneless, skinless chicken breasts, sliced
1 ounce sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
8 ounce cherry tomatoes, diced
3 teaspoon fresh garlic, chopped
1 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
4 ounce parmesan cheese, shredded
4 ounce baby spinach
Salt and pepper to taste

Cabbage “Pasta”:
3 tablespoon butter, for frying
16 ounce green cabbage, shredded
Salt and pepper to taste

Nutrition Summary: This makes a total of 6 servings of Keto Chicken Parmesan with Cabbage Pasta. Each serving comes out to be 600 calories, 40.9g fat, 8.7g net carbs, and 46.8g protein.

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  1. The only thing I will comment is the use of boneless skinless chicken breasts. Dark meat has more flavor because it has more pro-Keto fat, and pre-cooking chicken ON THE BONE is also more economical.
    I purchased a 10 lb bag of chicken leg quarters for $4.71. I broiled them in the oven, well seasoned for the dish the chicken would ultimately be going into. Some was seasoned for Chicken Curry, some (like this dish) for Alfredo, and some for Chicken Tikka Masala. The 10 lb bag yielded 6 pounds of meat, about 1/2 pound of crispy skin and 3.5 pounds of bones to make homemade bone broth. I eat about 1/2 pound of meat for dinner, so with the other ingredients, I made 12 dinners for about $25. Who says you can't do Keto on a budget?!

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