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Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken

This Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken is a healthy meal full of Caribbean flavor! Don’t forget to serve it up with some cauliflower rice!

This Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken is a healthy meal full of Caribbean flavor! Don't forget to serve it up with some cauliflower rice! | heyketomama.com

Having a Jamaican husband, it was pretty much essential for me to develop a love for spicy foods quickly after we got married.

This wasn’t a huge problem for me at all, especially because I quickly fell in love with the cuisine and wanted to learn as much as I could about how to cook it myself.

One of the meals that my husband grew up eating is his mom’s famous Jamaican Curry Chicken.

It is…SO GOOD. I’ve even had it in goat form and surprisingly loved it.

Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken

This Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken is a healthy meal full of Caribbean flavor! Don't forget to serve it up with some cauliflower rice! | heyketomama.com
This weekend my in-laws came to visit and see the new baby, and the visit absolutely had to include this very special dinner!

Funny side note: my husband was brought up so heavily on this stuff, he thought I was joking when I asked him about Indian curry.

He had no idea what I was talking about!

Anyway, this recipe is ridiculously delicious, spicy, super easy and as I just discovered today, curry powder is very low carb!

To make it a meal, I would absolutely recommend pairing the chicken up with cauliflower rice and cabbage!

It’s perfection!

Here’s how to make it!

 

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Low Carb Jamaican Curry Chicken


  • Author: Hey Keto Mama
  • Cook Time: 40 mins
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 6 Servings 1x

Ingredients

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  • 2 pounds of chicken legs
  • 1 tablespoon Seasoning Salt
  • 2 tablespoons Blue Mountain Country Jamaican Curry Powder
  • 1 stalk of Scallion
  • 1/2 medium sized white onion
  • 1 sprig of thyme

Instructions

  1. Wash and clean chicken
  2. Season chicken thoroughly with seasoning salt
  3. Add curry powder, scallion, onion, and thyme to pan spray coated skillet
  4. Brown chicken in skillet for 10 minutes on high heat
  5. Add 2 cups of water, cover and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring frequently

 

 

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Susan

Tuesday 9th of February 2021

Can you provide the nutrition information please?

James Cummins

Monday 13th of July 2020

So you brown the chicken in a pan with only non-stick spray? Then do you leave the chicken in the pan with the water to braise for 30 min?

Happy2Keto

Sunday 23rd of February 2020

The picture does not show when I pin the recipe to pinterest. I tried several times using the picture of the actual food and does not show. I then tried using one of the other picture options (Keto Book) and that works. I am having this issue with quite a few recipes I have pinned. I like many of the recipes! Can you look into this issue so that the pictures will show? You are welcome to email me directly and I can tell you each of the recipes that don't work.

Tracy Bremmer

Saturday 31st of August 2019

I am way excited about this recipe. We love Caribbean flavors, and try to raise our kiddos to be adventurous in their tastes. Our daughter especially will love these, what she calls "chicken handles." Thanks for all of your great recipes.

Chris

Sunday 7th of April 2019

Do you add the spices/onion/thyme to the pan before or after browning the chicken? I'm a little confused by that step.

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