Carbs Per Serving : 29g total Effort: Easy
1 1/2 pounds boneless chicken -- breast, meat only
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 teaspoon Salt -- table
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon Oil -- olive, salad or cookingSauce:
1/2 cup Splenda
1 cup yellow mustard -- French 's
How to Prepare:
The beginning step is to turn those chicken breasts into something
resembling strips. Not only is this process easy as all hell, it's
quite emotionally satisfying as well. Take the breasts, one at a
time, rinse them in water, and place them in a heavy duty freezer
bag. Then place the bag with the breast in it on a sturdy counter or
table and bang away at it with a hammer. That's right, with a
hammer. Make nice, even hits, and hammer the breast out until it's
about 1/4 inch thick. If some hapless soul wanders into the kitchen
to ask what the heck you're doing, give them a maniacal stare and
sort of growl, 'I'm making chicken!'
Now that you've hammered the chicken out to 1/4 inch thick, remove
it from the bag and cut it into strips, lengthwise. You can make
your strips as wide or as thin as you want. The world's your oyster,
baby. Once you've cut them into strips, roll them in the parmesan
cheese and spices, until you have a fine coating.
Now, starting with a hot pan, fry the strips on medium high heat in
the olive oil, for about eight minutes on each side, or until the
chicken is easily pierced with a fork and the juices run clear. Once
the strips are done, lay them on a bed of paper towels and read them
a story while they drain of grease. That's it kidlets!
Use the sauce for dipping, and force your family members to bow
before your low carbohydrate mastery!