Paleo/Gluten Free Curry Chicken

Gluten free and Paleo friendly ‘Southern Fried Curry Chicken’chicken

Recipes for busy people that want to eat healthy. Served it Saturday night and got rave reviews.

You will need:

6 boneless-skinless chicken thighs. (They look like cutlets and make a great presentation)

Pat dry and coat with olive or coconut oil. (This is so your coating will stick.)

Dry Ingredients for coating chicken:

1 ½ cups almond flour to coat chicken

½ to 1 teaspoon seasoning salt to taste

1/2 teaspoon of black pepper

1 ½ teaspoons garlic powder

1 ½ teaspoons curry powder

Enough coconut oil to cover bottom of skillet.

Mix all dry ingredients together on a large plate and dip your oil covered thighs in the dry ingredients coating both sides. You may want to shake a few more shakes of curry on the chicken after they are coated if you are as fond of curry powder as I am. I sometimes use Hot Madris Curry, which has a wonderful flavor with a little bite.

Put your coated thighs into your hot skillet that the bottom has been covered with oil. Fry until brown on both sides. (About 6-8 minutes.) Remove browned thighs and place them in a coved baking dish and put in a 350 degree oven for 25 minutes until tender. Remove cover and continue baking for a few minutes to crisp top of chicken. This recipe makes the most tender and moist chicken you have ever tasted. Reduce cooking time a little if using breast meat.

A recipe perfect for busy people. I usually cook 10 or more thighs at a time so I have plenty for home and extras for work lunches and maybe a few to freeze. Finger licking good!

Think healthy as you travel life’s pathways…Love and Light…Alexandra