Keto Chicken Lo-Mein:
This Chicken Lo-Mein recipe is a slightly modified version from my friend Megan Kelly. She has an incredible blog and is a Licensed Estheticain specializing in holistic nutrition, woman’s hormones, and spiritual health. Enjoy this chicken lo mein recipe!
Keto Chicken Lo-Mein
Yield 2-3 servings
1-2 cups of shredded chicken
¼ cup of chopped almonds
½ cup of chopped green onions
½ cup of mushroom (shitake)
2 cloves of garlic, minced
¼ cup of celery, chopped
2 cups of broccoli or cauliflower
2 cups of shredded cabbage
1 tbsp of ginger, minced
1 tbsp of coconut oil
¾ tbsp. of coconut aminos
¼ tsp of pink salt
Step #1: Cut broccoli and mushrooms into bite sized pieces and cook and shred chicken.
Step #2: Thinly slice 2 cups of cabbage.
Step #3: Chop almonds, green onion, celery.
Step #4: Mince or chop garlic and ginger.
Step #5: Heat pan over high heat.
Step #6: Add coconut oil, then add meat if you do not already have it cooked. Cook meat for 3-5 minutes.
Step #7: Add in broccoli, celery and mushrooms and cook for 2 minutes
Step #8: Add in almonds, cabbage, ginger, green onion and garlic and coconut aminos.
Step #9: Cook for 2-3 minutes, until cabbage softens. Serve over cauliflower rice (optional)
Be sure to pour all the leftover oil in the recipe on top of the meat and veggies.
***Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients.***
***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**
Courses main course
Serving Size 2 cups
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 12 g
Total Carbohydrates 15 g
Dietary Fiber 5 g
Sugars 4 g
Protein 35 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Chinese food is such a comfort food for me. I love making this in huge batches and freezing it so on those days where I just want ‘take out’, all I have to do is heat it up in a pan and Voila! I have my Chinese food that I can eat on the floor with my husband.
I love that this is loaded with veggies and flavor.
- You can use tamari or soy sauce if you do not have coconut aminos. I just avoid soy, and coconut aminos tastes just like soy sauce!
- You can use any meat here: beef, turkey, chicken.
- You can also serve this over cauliflower rice or quinoa.
- Serves around two, feel free to double or triple for leftovers.
Dr Jockers Comments:
I used to LOVE Asian stir-fry’s and this healthier version does not disappoint. Ginger and garlic are not only amazing for the immune system but they have such a great aroma and flavor and enhance our digestive tracts.
We avoid the soy sauce as most forms of soy are high in anti-nutrients we want to avoid. Coconut amino’s are the perfect alternative to traditional soy sauce, providing the Asian like flavor without the enzyme inhibitors and phytates common in traditional and organic soy.
This is a fantastic low-carb, nutrient rich stir-fry your whole family will love and enjoy!!