How to make it

  • Pork Rind Crumbs (for coating chicken):
  • Put pork rinds into food processor and grind to a fine texture. Add grated Romano cheese, Italian seasoning, flat leaf parsley and garlic powder to pork rinds and pulse until thoroughly mixed.
  • Red Sauce: (approx. 2 net carbs per 1/4 cup serving):
  • Heat olive oil in pan over medium heat. Add Italian seasoning, crushed red pepper, salt and pepper to hydrate. Add garlic and chopped onions. Cook until soft. Add tomatoes, red wine and fresh basil and puree with stick blender. Bring to boil. Turn heat to low and simmer for approximately 45 minutes.
  • Chicken Preparation:
  • Trim and pound chicken breast. Coat each breast with approximately 1 tablespoon soy flour, shake off excess flour. Beat eggs in large bowl. Coat chicken breast first with egg then with pork rind mixture. Press chicken breast into crumb mixture. Heat seasoned cast iron pan over medium heat -- add enough olive oil to cover bottom of pan 1/4 inch. Fry cutlets in oil until golden brown each side (approximately 4 - 5 minutes). Place cutlets in 325 degree oven (approximately 8 - 10 minutes). Top with warm sauce and 2 thin slices mozzarella. Melt cheese in oven for 2 - 3 minutes.
  • Yields 6 servings - approximately 8 net carbs per serving
  • (Note: All of Soy Flour not utilized)

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  • jones2888 10 years ago
    I've used the pork rinds before in other recipes as a coating for chicken. The two tastes are great together. :)
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  • lunasea 10 years ago
    Wow...pork rinds....I would have never thought to use them for cooking. Great post - thanks!
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  • coffeebean53 10 years ago
    Interesting coating. Thanks for a great post. :)
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    " It was excellent "
    cheryilyn ate it and said...
    I have never used pork rinds in cooking. Sounds interesting. Thats what i depend on you guys for, new ideas. thanks
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  • marriage 10 years ago
    This recipe looks packed with flavors. Great post, thank you for sharing.
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