Fried Chicken Recipe: Healthy, Gluten Free, Cooking by Food Smarty Austin

Fried Chicken Recipe: Healthy, Gluten Free, Cooking by Food Smarty Austin In this video Celina shows you how to make a healthier version of everyone’s favorite dish—fried chicken! This delicious recipe uses tapioca flour (which has anti-inflammatory properties) and garbonzo flour which is high in protein. Even if you are not allergic to gluten, this recipe is much healthier and incredibly tasty! Like most of Celina’s cooking, this recipe is also gluten-free. Ingredients: 4 organic eggs* 1 cup garbonzo flour 1 cup tapioca flour ½ cup brown rice flour Organic coconut oil Spices and salt (optional) Bone in split chicken breasts and legs * May substitute eggs for ¼ cup ground flaxseed + ¾ cup water Recipe: – Whisk 4 eggs in a large bowl – In a separate bowl, mix the dry ingredients. – Dip chicken in eggs, then into the dry mixture (repeat optional) – Make sure to heat your coconut to a sufficient heat before adding chicken. After the 2nd batch, you’ll probably need to bring the temperature down as the oil will get too hot. Foodsmarty Celina Jean, has a passion for very healthy food. She combines a unique medical science background, a lifetime of nutrition and her deep love of cooking to create healthy, unique and thoroughly scrumptious cookies, pastries and pies. Visit Celina’s Website at; Visit the FoodSmarty Blog at; http This video was produced by Psychetruth © Copyright 2011 Target Public Media LLC. All Rights Reserved. fried chicken

Gluten Free Recipes for Dinner (Volume 2)

Being allergic to gluten doesn’t mean you have to stress out when finding something to cook for yourself or guests.

These gluten-free recipes are all 100% yummy and includes a few crowd pleasers to use that your guests won’t even realize are gluten-free!

All recipes in this book are gluten-free and provide a range of savory, spicy and sweet dinners.

Perfect Prawn Risotto
Spinach Pilaf
Tempting Thai Beef Salad
Cajun Salmon
Mouthwatering Moroccan Chicken
Scrumptious BBQ Ribs
Slimming Soup
Better Butter Chicken
Chicken Salad Asian-Style
Glazed Salmon with Spinach
Bombay Potatoes with Tandoori Lamb
Teriyaki Salmon
Succulent Veal Cutlets
Divine Quiche
Spiffy Snapper with Salsa
Chicken Paprika
Fool-Proof Fish with Chili, Lemon and Dill
Spicy Spanish Chicken Stew
Tasty Pelau
Mellow Mushroom Risotto with Baby Spinach
Racy Chili
Chicken Quinoa
Delightful Pancakes
Cream of Potato and Leek Soup
Casual Crepes
Tasty Greek Salad
Heavenly Quinoa
Luscious Zucchini
Gobi Aloo: Alluring Curry

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