Creating a soufflé was something that I thought would be impossible.  I've watched enough Food Network to know that these things are temperamental and the downfall of many contestants.  Is a soufflé something you can really make at home?  Turns out it's easier than you think! This keto cheese soufflé is puffy, soft, and delicious. Traditional soufflés use a flour roux to help provide stability, but we replace it with much more keto-friendly almond flour.  Just make sure that you really ...
This recipe gives you juicy and tender shredded chicken that is generously spiced with earthy cumin and has a gentle heat from the chilli powder, resulting in tasty and delicious meat to serve either on its own with some homemade guacamole, or served in lettuce leaves for a flavorful light lunch. The overall appearance can be brightened if you use different colored bell peppers.
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Chicken Kiev has been one of my favorite dishes since childhood, so once grown up with kids, I was encouraged to make my own. Well, because I had used cocktail sticks to keep the chicken together, they resembled a Sputnik! Then I found this recipe and my prayers were answered! Paleo Kiev has been my garlicky go-to for years and I hope you enjoy it too.

Alyssa, one more thing. Both the bowl and the beaters need to be spotlessly clean. If there is one hint of oil anywhere the whites will not beat properly. Nicole is correct about not using a plastic bowl. Plastic will even absorb oil to say nothing of the microscopic amounts that get into the surface when it’s scratched. When baking it is always best to use a metal or glass bowl for all of your mixing.


I made dressing/stuffing out of this bread! I cut the bread into slices, then cut the slices into cubes. I put them on a metal pan and into my toaster oven on low temperature and let them crisp up. It takes a good while, but they DO get crisp! Then I have my croutons for the dressing. The dressing I made was delicious. I think the next time I make the bread to use for croutons I’m going to add onion powder and sage to the mixture before baking so the croutons will be seasoned some before I begin making the dressing! Love this bread! It is the most like wheat flour bread that I have tried! Thanks Maya!
I just made it using all the the optional ingredients but I didn’t have a food processor so I whipped/mixed everything by hand. One thing I noticed is that the top of the bread cracked unevenly. Could I have over fluffed the egg whites? Maybe creating an artificial cut in the middle could solve that next time? It rose very well and nearly doubled in size, though the size is still a bit small for my liking. I will most likely use 1.5x the amount next time. It smells great and I’m about to chow down on this!
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