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    Being Southern, I've always loved fried chicken, but since I have been on the first phase of the Atkins diet, I have been unable to use much of anything for a flour substitute. However, I discovered that, because French fried onions have so few carbs, I can have them on Induction, so I came up with the idea to grind them down and use them as a coating for fried chicken. My father suggested to add a little Parmesan cheese to it, which helps solidify it and helps it cling better to the chicken. Honestly, it came out much better than I expected and it actually worked better for me than normal flour, which tends to fall off during the frying process. It tasted great too! :)

    Recipe #506549

    I have always loved pizza, as does my father, so when we started the Atkins diet recently, we wanted to find some way of eating pizza without breaking our carb budget. We came up with this idea, and to me, it tastes just as good as pizza with a crust! Also, to me, the secret to restaurant-quality pizza, with its unique scent and taste, is oregano. I usually use dried oregano.

    Recipe #505104

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