Keto Fried Chicken
Keto Fried Chicken
Forget Kentucky Fried Chicken... it's all about the Keto Fried Chicken these days!
This is a quick, easy, and delicious chicken recipe. Instead of traditional flour, the secret to this low-carb fired chicken is the combination of Modern Mountain Lupin Flour and Oat Fiber. When paired together, they're a next-level low-carb combo.
This keto fried chicken recipe is crispy and crunchy on the outside and juicy and moist on the inside. Bake it in the oven or fry it on the stovetop, and can accommodate both thighs and drumsticks. They're perfectly seasoned and flour-free, so you can indulge without the carbs you find in your typical fried chicken!
6 Bone-in chicken breasts (about 4 lbs)
2 Large Eggs
½ Cup Heavy cream
¾ Cup Modern Mountain Oat Fiber
1 ½ Cups Modern Mountain Lupin Flour
½ Cup Parmesan cheese
1 TSP Salt
½ TSP Pepper
1 TSP Garlic powder
½ TSP Onion powder
Pat the chicken dry and season with salt and pepper. In a bowl, whisk together eggs and cream.
In a separate bowl whisk together lupin flour, oat fiber, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, and onion powder. Sprinkle in a dash of salt.
Dip each piece of chicken in the egg/cream mixture, then toss in the breadcrumb mixture until coated. Repeat the process until all chicken is coated.
Add ½ inch of oil to a deep pan. Once hot, add the chicken pieces and fry until golden brown and chicken has an internal temperature of 165° F.
Q: Can I use an air fryer?
A: Yes you can! Prepare as directed and place a single layer in your air fryer. Air fry at 400°F and flip after 20 minutes.
What cuts of chicken are best for keto fried chicken?
Out go-to cuts are thighs, drumsticks, or breasts. Wings are less desirable for this keto fried chicken recipe.
Calories 330, Carbs 21 grams, Cholesterol 145 milligrams, Fat 15 grams, Saturated Fat 6 grams, Trans Fat 1 grams, Fiber 17 grams, Protein 36 grams, Sodium 600 milligrams, Sugar 1 grams, Vitamin D 0.7 , Calcium 150 milligrams, Iron 2 milligrams, Potassium 710 milligrams