Low Carb Tempting Tropical Chicken

This super simple Low Carb Tropical Chicken recipe is so good!

It works whether you’re paleo, keto nutrition, low carb or follow a modified Ketogenic Diet as well as if you eat right for your Metabolic Type. Tired of guessing what’s right for you? Let’s chat!

If you have a fast metabolism, definitely opt for chicken thighs instead of chicken breast! And speaking of fast metabolism. Let’s talk about hunger. A natural response that has truly become a dreaded feeling because of the diet industry.

It’s unfortunate that we’ve created a time that it’s not OK to be hungry. Excessively? Of course not. That’s when we have to look at many factors; hormones, etc. But just to be hungrier one day over another? Absolutely will happen, and it’s OK, as this can change based on energy output, hormone flux, etc.

But what do I do if I’m naturally hungry? I eat more overall, same ratios, up calories. And what do I recommend if my clients are naturally more hungry? Same. Exact. Thing.

It’s actually not good to never be hungry. I’m fat adapted (have been keto/ low carb for over almost 14 years) and I still get hungry. Some days more than others. Some days every 3 hours, sometimes more, sometimes less. I still eat multiple meals per day. Based on my physical hunger.

Unpopular opinion… lack of hunger can mean slower metabolism. It’s finding a balance that’s important!

Now for the Low Carb Tropical Chicken recipe…

1 lb. Organic Chicken – skinless breasts or thighs
¼ c. Almond Flour
¼ c. Shredded Coconut (unsweetened)
1 lg. Pastured Egg
2 tbsp Coconut Oil
1/8 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Sea Salt


  1. Mix dried ingredients in a bowl – almond flour, coconut, garlic powder and sea salt.
  2. Beat egg in a separate bowl…
  3. Add oil to frying pan and heat to medium heat – until hot.
  4. Dip chicken in egg and then “coat” with dry mixture…
  5. Add meat pieces to pan…
  6. Try not to cook on high – avoiding the crusted layer from burning.
  7. If outside is browned and chicken is not yet cooked, bake in oven at 350 for up to 10 minutes.

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