Dig into these Authentic Chicken Enchiladas!
If you’re in the mood for something low carb AND full of flavor then Authentic Chicken Enchiladas are a must-try! Don’t settle for a boring and bland meal when you can have something as delicious as this recipe. What makes this dish so amazing? We’re glad you asked. Not only is it packed with seasonings that will satisfy your pallet, but the combination of zucchini, chicken and perfectly melted cheese makes this an absolutely hearty recipe that’s 100% satisfying.
Chicken Enchiladas are known for flavor, but maybe not considered at the top of the list of healthy options. You may be scratching your head about how in the world this dish is possibly low carb. When it comes to the keto diet the main focus is to make healthy decisions regarding carb count. In the traditional recipe, the tortilla is used to wrap up the ingredients. However, a tortilla is loaded with unnecessary carbs and doesn’t add a lot of flavor or substance to the dish. However, if you swap out the tortilla for a freshly sliced zucchini then you have a low carb substitute that actually adds more flavor to the entire dish!
Authentic Chicken Enchiladas is an easy recipe that can be used as a lunch or dinner. Nobody likes eating the same thing over and over so spice things up with this flavorful dish! This recipe actually makes six servings, but if you’re cooking for one you could always opt to use the leftovers for a delicious meal throughout your busy work week. If you’ve been looking for a healthier chicken enchilada recipe then this dish has it all–amazing flavor, easy to prepare, and totally filling. You just can’t go wrong when you serve up this low carb dish!
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