I got the idea for this super quick and easy-peasy meal from my super awesome “suster in law”. Thanks, Sarah!!
This is so easy and quick, it can be prepared in just a few minutes any night of the week, and the leftovers can be used for soup, omelettes, and other chicken recipes the rest of the week. Nothing better than already cooked, super juicy chicken lying around easy meals later!!
- Several pieces of chicken. I used boneless breasts because I love white meat. (How many pcs will depend on how many you’re feeding)
- 2-3 eggs
- Coconut, almond, walnut, or macadamia flour. Don’t have any? Throw a couple handfuls of nuts into a food processor and chop til grainy.
- Sea salt, garlic powder, other spices you might like, and pepper
- Coconut oil (you can use others, but coconut is best as it has a high smoke point and tastes better than anything.
Instructions: (if you even call it that…so easy!)
- Beat the eggs in one bowl, put your ‘flour’ in another bowl
- Heat a large frying pan to medium, put a glob (official meaure) of coconut oil in the pan and melt.
- Coat the chicken pieces in egg then flour mixture and set in the pan
- Cover the pan (helps the meat cook through) for about10 minutes, turn, and re-cover the pan for about 10 minutes
- Cut the center of the thickest piece to check that it is cooked through
- Serve with a ginormous side of veggies or a salad
Easy, right?? My kids LOVED this. They like a lot of the stuff I make, but this seemed to be an exceptional WIN. yay!