IngredientsBoneless Skinless Chicken Breast (Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, Water, Vinegar, Sea Salt, Yeast Extract, Citrus Extract, Granulated Garlic, Granulated Onion, Spices), Korean BBQ Sauce (Water, Coconut Aminos [Coconut Nectar, Water, Sea Salt], Prune Juice Concentrate, Apple Cider Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Coconut Sugar, Coconut Nectar, Sea Salt, Lemongrass Puree [Lemongrass, Water], Yeast Extract [Natural Flavor, Yeast Extract, Salt], Tapioca Starch, Cilantro, Dehydrated Garlic, Ginger, Sesame Seed, Dehydrated Onion, Spices, Shiitake Mushroom, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Monkfruit Extract, Stevia Leaf Extract).
|Serving Size||5 oz|
I bought these ,initially, to have a quick, healthy and easy option when family was having something that didn't meet my needs. Turns out, the whole family enjoyed it and it is truly SO easy but no microwave. If you cook some rice and put it over rice it will look 100% homemade.
I have already turned on few other families.
Delicious and easy
I just tried this Korean BBQ Chicken and sauce entree for the first time. I picked it up at the local grocery store a few days ago. Because it heated up here fast in Northern CA, I wanted to cook something in the microwave so as not to heat up the house. I've had Korean BBQ many times before I started the KETO way of eating and of course although it was delicious it was loaded with sugar and other high carb ingredients. I wasn't expecting too much given that the recipe would have to be substantially altered to keep the carbs low, but WOW this is so delicious. I can't wait to taste it again when I can grill or saute the chicken first because if its this tasty just nucked, imagine how good it will be with the meat first grilled or sauteed!! Finally, the other great thing about this is I'm not paying for a lot of vegetables either. I can add some if I want and still keep the carb count low!!! For my husband I served it with lemon rice as he is a donut/cake/cookie sugar lovin nut and he found the chicken and sauce just as delicious as I did. Can't wait to try the other entrees and of course now I want to order the sauce packets so I can try this with steak and shrimp!!!
Such an easy, healthy, versatile dish. We love mixing it in a salad or stir fry veggies! I tend to add some chili sauce for extra kick. My favorite go to!
This is such a great find! Awesome flavor, fast to make. I served it with broccoli and rice noodles. The only minor complaint I have is that it needs more sauce, especially when it’s served with noodles!
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