Check out this low carb one-pan chicken stir-fry recipe!
Let’s face it–we’re all tempted to order in take-out from time-to-time. Not only is this food usually heavily processed, but there are too many carbs to mention! If you want to get your take-out fix without sacrificing the hard work of your keto diet, then this is the recipe for you!
One-pan chicken stir-fry earns its spot on the menu for more than one reason. First, as the name implies. you can get all of this deliciousness by using just one single pot. Not only does that mean a simple fix, but a breeze to clean up afterward! This delicious meal only takes 35 minutes from start to finish which means that you have plenty of time to get back to the things that you enjoy the most. Eating healthy shouldn’t be complicated or time-consuming. Add this amazing low carb recipe to the list of must-try meals this week!
Let’s not forget to discuss the out-of-this-world flavor! Soy sauce and a hint of granulated erythritol make the perfect tangy taste that really brings the entire meal together. You’ll get plenty of veggies and succulent chicken that is sure to keep you satisfied until your next meal.
You really don’t have to give in to temptation when you have recipes like this on hand! If you love eating out, but you really want to curb those carbs, then you just have to give this meal a shot. It’s a great choice for lunch or dinner, but you can easily multiply the recipe to serve a larger crowd. Either way, nobody is walking away from the table unsatisfied!
Try one-pan chicken stir-fry and toss out the take-out number once and for all! This recipe is THAT good!
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