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Easy & Healthy Fried Chicken (or Baked)
Author Name: ruthrobinson
Date added: May 13, 2011 02:44:10 PM
Category: Entertainment: Food and Drink

HEALTHY “FLAX-FRIED” CHICKEN Now, here is another healthy flax-based recipe that stems from Anand Clique guitarist Ryba’s “shake&bake” idea. YOU’LL NEED: • half bottle of Anand Bhatt Signature Hot Sauce ? • 1 chicken breast • 1 CUP of flax meal • 2 Celigne (Mozzarella Balls) • 2 cloves of peeled garlic • 2 TBSP ground basil (dried) • 1 bowl • 1 shallow bowl • 1 lightly greased baking sheet (or foil) preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Pour a bunch of the hot sauce in the bowl, and soak/marinate chicken breast in it for a few minutes. In the shallow bowl, lay out the flax seed meal. Roll the chicken around in the hot sauce until it’s thoroughly coated, then quickly roll into flax seed meal for even coating/breading, and then place on baking sheet (or foil). Take the two mozzarella balls (celigine) and arrange on top of the newly “breaded” chicken breast. Ram a whole clove of garlic into each mozzarella ball, then shake basil over the whole thing. Bake in the oven for 45 minutes. Remove, plate, and enjoy with a good sparkling mineral water (my drink of choice). You’ll thank the Gods for this recipe – virtually ZERO net carbs (except whatever’s in the garlic cloves and hot sauce), approx. 23-30g protein, and hardly any saturated fat. AWESOME! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Written by Celebrity Rock Star Anand Bhatt, ROCK STAR RECIPES offers celebrity recipes and lifestyle tips that everyone can use to stay fit, healthy, and indulged! Rock stars don't like to compromise on fun and flavor, and through his travels and on various sets Anand Bhatt has developed and discovered ways to stay healthy and fit without giving up enjoyment! After battling and witnessing unhealthy lifestyle practices on the road and in the studio, Anand Bhatt has finally risen to the challenge of creating and discovering healthy alternatives for the busy & the adrenaline-worn. Rock Star Recipes are easy to add no matter how intense and busy the lifestyle, and will provide immediate benefits to you and your goals. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE TRUTH ABOUT PALM & COCONUT OIL: I’m sure some of you read these recipes and were surprised to see Red Palm Oil as a key ingredient. Despite what the propaganda would have you believe, an educated look at these oils will reveal that they are quite good for us. Not all saturated fats are bad! The fats in palm and coconut oil are what’s called medium-chain (based on the number of carbon atoms). Long-chain fatty acids have more difficulty being absorbed into the body, but short and medium chain ones are available immediately to the body. What this means is the chances are slim that the fats in these oils will be stored in the body. Palm & coconut oil also have a long shelf life; it takes much longer for them to go rancid (which is bad, very bad). Flax oil at room temperature can go bad as quickly as fifteen minutes! Palm and coconut oil can safely last up to five years, all though I don’t recommend waiting that long to use them. The shelf lives are achieved without the need for hydrogenation. Red Palm Oil is also high in antioxidants and beta-carotene as well as Vitamin E (mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols). And lets not forget palm oil’s phytosterol content which prevents cholestorol absorption. Also, palm oil’s resistance to oxidation makes it better than olive oil for cooking (all though you may not want to make the switch for flavor reasons in many recipes). IN OTHER WORDS, don’t believe everything you hear about what is and what’s not good for you without prior investigation! Omega Nutrition answers the question “So how did coconut (AND PALM) oil become the despised artery-clogging nemesis? Credit the American Soybean Association (ASA) and its friends. In 1986, the ASA sent a "Fat Fighter Kit" to soybean farmers enjoining them to write government officials, food companies, etc., protesting the encroachment of "highly saturated tropical fats like palm and coconut oils...not only stealing U.S. soybean oil markets, but...a threat to consumer health." CSPI joined the anti-tropical oil campaign that same year, issuing news releases referring to palm, coconut, and palm kernel oils as "rich in artery-clogging fat." In October 1988, Nebraska millionaire Phil Sokolof, a recovered heart attack patient and president of the National Heart Savers Association, began running full-page newspaper advertisements accusing food companies of "poisoning America" by using tropical oils with high levels of saturated fat. Major food companies, sensitive to consumer fear, reformulated hundreds of products, replacing tropical oils with partially hydrogenated oils.” (omeganutrition). Trust me, we want to stay away from partially hydrogenated anything. rock star ...

And surprisingly low carb and low calorie - Better than KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken), Church's, Popeye's or any of that. Easy to make.

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