Keto Recipes - Chicken Cobb Salad
This classic chicken cobb salad is a perfect example of why you needn't ever be hungry on a keto plan. Chicken, bacon, egg and avocado are all good sources of protein that will help to keep you full all day long, while giving your body the healthy fats and low carb levels it needs to achieve ketosis.
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1 tablespoon coconut oil
110g chicken breast
sea salt and black pepper to taste
2 cups fresh spinach
1 hardboiled egg, chopped
½ cup chopped cucumber
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
Raw Apple Cider Vinegar to taste
2 slices nitrate-free turkey bacon
Add coconut oil to a frying pan over medium heat.
Season the chicken breast with salt and pepper. When the oil is melted, add the chicken breast.
Cook for about 5 minutes per side until the centre is no longer pink. Set to the side while making the remainder of the salad.
Add the spinach, chopped egg, cucumber, bacon, and avocado to a large salad bowl.
Top with sliced chicken breast, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper.
Mix well and serve.
Net Carbs: 4g
Total Calories: 627 Calories
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