Low Carb Gluten Free Chicken Milanese
Chicken Milanese a favorite meal of many, with a keto twist. I aim to please and this is one recipe that will have the whole family asking for more! Low Carb Gluten Free Chicken Milanese – You must try this recipe.
If you are wondering what the difference is between a Chicken Milanese and a Chicken Schnitzel, the answer is…. parmesan. A chicken schnitzel recipe is traditionally done just with breadcrumbs.
To make this very simple and fragrant I have actually created a wash of olive oil, wholegrain mustard, lemon zest and juice.
This recipe is perfect to bake, fry or even air fry. Choose your favourite. As such a lazy cook I much prefer popping it in the oven and setting the time and doing something else, plus clean up is a breeze. If you are choosing to fry, use a little duck fat, or lard. Heat the oil to medium heat and shallow or deep fry until cooked through.
If you like this, you can try other chicken recipes:
- Cheesy Broccoli and Chicken Casserole
- Keto Coconut Flour Chicken Tenders
- Keto Zucchini Chicken Alfredo
- Chicken with Ginger Pesto
- Beer Lime Grilled Chicken
- Keto Chicken Parmesan
- Low Carb Sweet & Sour Chicken
- Keto Bites: General Tso’s Chicken
- Keto Chicken and Kale Stew
- One-Pot Keto Sesame Chicken and Broccoli
- Keto Cream of Chicken Soup with Bacon
Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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