When it comes to food, Youtube has always been a source of inspiration because of the number of food videos. I chanced upon this Munchies video for mustard braised chicken which inspired this recipe. It’s super simple and delicious. I previously had made pork chops in a creamy mustard sauce, which is fairly similar. I’ve mentioned before that chicken in supermarkets are normally sold without skin so I had to make a quick trip to my butcher to get some nice skin on chicken thighs.
This recipe is also amazing for meal prep and you can easily just double or even triple it. Throw in some steamed broccoli or spinach with it and you’ve got yourself a well balanced Keto meal. Anyway enough jibber jabber, lettuce cook.
Fish and Pork will do too!
If I am being honest this is a rather basic recipe and the protein is easily replaceable. You can swap out the chicken for pork or fish. Like I said I made a similar dish with pork chops and this would work well with some salmon with nice crispy skin. This recipe can also be made vegetarian. The most obvious choice would be paneer as the protein but you could also use something more hearty like thick eggplant slices, maybe cauliflower steaks or even zucchini. Most of my recipes are meant to be tweaked to suit your dietary needs. Bon Appitite.
Sahil is the master chef behind Headbanger's Kitchen. He hates writing up recipes because he's a man of few (written) words, but when he's on camera, he's all about the jibber jabber. Somebody stop him.