by Dan Garner
Team Garner – Strength Coach and Nutrition Specialist
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Last night’s dinner was Baked Coconut Chicken Strips with a Greek Salad and Some Beets on the Side.
The chicken strips are delicious, easy to make, and are low enough in carbohydrates to substitute it into your system without doing a math circus (you know, like if you tried to substitute pre-made store bought chicken strips in). If you’re interested in giving these a shot, here’s what to do:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Season chicken evenly with salt, pepper, and paprika. Add the egg and water to a mixing bowl, whisk together well and set aside. Mix the breadcrumbs and coconut together in a separate mixing bowl and set aside. Dip the chicken in the egg and toss until coated completely. Remove and allow excess to drip off for 1 to 2 seconds and then place directly into the breadcrumbs/coconut mixture. Roll until nicely coated. Lightly coat a baking sheet with spray or aluminum foil and place the strips onto the tray and then into the oven. Bake until golden brown or cooked through (about 15mins). You can remove the largest strip and cut it in half to check if it’s done or not.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Boneless, skinless chicken breast cut into 1/2″ strips: 6oz
- Salt: 2 pinches
- Pepper: 1 pinch
- Paprika: 1 pinch
- Organic (or) Omega-3 egg: 1
- Water: 2 tbsp
- Coarse whole wheat breadcrumbs: 1/4 cup
- Grated coconut: 1/4 cup
- Olive oil cooking spray
Serves 1 large or 2 small:
1 large serving contains
That’s how it’s done for the Baked Coconut Chicken Strips, and the beets and salad, well, that’s pretty straight forward.
Dan Garner is the owner and founder of Team Garner and is the head strength coach and nutrition specialist for hockeytraining.com. Specializing and delivering consistent world class results in physique transformation and athletic performance, Dan has worked with many athletes from the youth leagues right up to the NHL, NFL, MLB and UFC. He is an international lecturer on sports nutrition and has been featured in several major media outlets. In addition to his coaching services, he has created many online products available for purchase and is a bestselling author on Amazon.
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