The Banting Plan is taking the world by storm. Banting diet really came into the spotlight when Tim Noakes, a South African scientist was charged with misconduct after giving advice about a low carbohydrate diet to a mother.
Noakes was eventually found not guilty. The Banting Diet has transformed many lives.
Buffalo Chicken Egg- Banting Style
- 6 large Boiled Eggs
- 6 oz boneless, cooked Chicken Thigh
- 3 tbsps Real Mayonnaise
- 1 1/2 tbsps Red Hot Buffalo Wing Sauce
- 1/4 cup, crumbled Blue or Roquefort Cheese
- 8 stalk, medium (7-1/2″ – 8″ long) Celery
Hard boil the eggs: cover 6 eggs with water, bring to a boil, remove from heat and allow to sit for 10 minutes. Immediately plunge eggs into an ice water bath, allow to cool then peel and dice. Reserve in a medium bowl.
While eggs are cooking if your chicken is raw, cook chicken over medium heat in a skillet or on the grill until the juices run clear and the meat is no longer pink in the center. Cool and dice; add to the eggs in the bowl.
To the bowl with the diced eggs and chicken add the mayonnaise, Buffalo hot sauce, and blue cheese. Mix to combine and blend flavors. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve with celery stalks for dipping or carefully fill celery stalks. Drizzle with additional Buffalo hot sauce as a garnish or if more heat is desired.
It is very easy to prepare. This recipe takes about 20 minutes to prepare.
People have been able to decrease their blood pressure, decrease their PCOS symptoms, and reversed diabetes.
I have tried this recipe. It is delicious with salad greens. It was inspired by Dr. Atkins.
All of these ingredients are from the green list of the Banting diet. The Banting Diet is an inexpensive way to lose weight. There are no special foods to buy. The Banting Diet uses everyday foods.
Phyllis Robinson MSN, RN is a Registered Nurse of 27 years. Phyllis is passionate about the prevention and healing of heart disease using traditional and alternative methods. She has experience in emergency room, telemetry, infusion, and critical care. Phyllis currently practices in an intensive care unit.