Chicken Skin is so good and so good for you. My diabetes meal plan has a lot of fatty foods, like crispy chicken skin!
high in fat with protein
crispy, crunch & delicious!
poultry skin bacon is part of my diabetes food plan!
They are wrong. Animal fats are healthy… and tasty!
chicken breast skin bacon
Chicken skin bacon! Crunchy, crispy,
As I recall we were talking about the deliciousness that is rooster thigh skins and she mentioned that she will occasionally cook the poultry skin-like … BACON!!! What?
Chicken Skin is Diabetes-Friendly
I have enjoyed roasted chicken skin’s deliciousness for many years, several times a month. It has been several years since Tonette first pointed out this to me and today is usually the first time I tried chicken pores and skin bacon!
It is AWESOME!!!
Not only is it tasty, if baked or broiled you can make it crunchy and crispy!
Best of all?
Poultry epidermis diabetes-friendly food! It has a little protein but is definitely saturated in fat, which makes it a PERFECT food for any diabetic meals list!
And as with all of my food … it’s so simple even a caveman can do it!!!: )
Making Chicken breast Skin Bacon
1) Pores and skin Removal – I used chicken thighs but all chicken skin is tasty.
I love to use chicken thighs because the meat is usually fatty, juicy deliciousness too.: )
2) Place in the bottom of the broiler pan. You can use a cast-iron skillet if you are only cooking a couple. You can even use the top of the broiler pan, but I like for the cases to cook in the body fat.
Spread the poultry skin out so it browns evenly.
chicken breast skin sausage
Preparing Rooster Skin
The last 15-20 minutes broil on the low setting. Keep an eye on this therefore it doesn’t burn.
The picture below can be immediately after coming out of the oven,
Pro Tip: I do use tongs to turn them and coat them in the rendered body fat underneath of the pan. It makes the seasonings stick to the skin better.: )
chicken pores and skin bacon
Glistening with rooster fat.
so I stepped outside and took this picture after seasoning that with salt and pepper.
You can see how firm it is… very ‘bacon-like’.
Crunchy … I’m going to experiment making ‘taco shells’ with some next time.: )
chicken epidermis bacon
See how firm the chicken skin area bacon is certainly?
Open Your Mind and Explore
Open up your mind and your creativity.
I do know this…
I LOVE THE WAY I FEEL!
I REALLY LIKE THE WAY I EAT!
I ENJOY JUST HOW We PLAY!
I LIKE THE WAY IN WHICH I actually LIVE!
II is never going back to the low- excess fat, managing diabetes grain-based way of eating…. NEVER!