Keto Recipe – Low Carb Sweet & Sour Chicken

Chinese food has been a weakness for me since I first tasted it. Fried rice, sweet and sour chicken, general tso’s, chow mein. Everything I can’t have on a …

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41 thoughts on “Keto Recipe – Low Carb Sweet & Sour Chicken

  1. This is delicious, made in tonight, reduced the almond flour to 3-4 tbsp, you really have to play around with the breading. The sauce is amazing, I did reduce the swerve down to 1/3 cup as I was running out. I'm going to use the sauce on ribs too.

  2. This is not a low carb recipe. The sauce alone for 3 servings has over 20 grams of net carbs. Then you have to add the breading. The rice vinegar is the highest part. I’m new to Keto diet and I am so tired of searching recipes on YouTube and people saying low carbs and it really isn’t.

  3. ʈɑʈʈɨɲɠ ɕɦɨɕ January 28, 2019 at 8:26 am - Reply

    I'll be trying this soon! Looks easy enough. I'll be subbing out the soy sauce and using organic coconut aminos for health reasons and I have no ketchup and won't be purchasing any for this recipe but I'll be using tomato sauce. Would you suggest just adding a little more sweetener and a tad more vinegar to the mix? What would you suggest?

  4. Soo this music has a Caribbean feel but the meal is Asian. Lol, I didn’t know if I was gonna get sweet and sour or jerk chicken at the end lol

  5. Nice. What are those ingredient cups and where can I get some? How much Stevia to use as a replacement for Erythritol? Erythritol upsets my stomach to much so can't use it.

  6. I bread mine like that and no matter what I do the breading always falls off I’ve tried several different ways and each time the breading never stays on it pisses me off

  7. Hi! Just found your channel, and am really enjoying. I was wondering if you sprinkled a little xanthan gum over the surface of the sauce and whisked it in, if it would thicken it for you faster; rather than cooking it down?

  8. This is great. It gets straight to the point. It's all about the cooking and ingredients. No one giving a background story in the beginning about how good it was or any other jibber jabber that most people do. You got yourself a subscriber.

  9. Oh wow, this looks delicious! What would be a good side with it? Some variation of cauliflower or maybe sauteed cabbage? Thanks for the recipe. I can't wait to try this out!

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