Chicken Ala BuzzFeed: Social Media Inspired Meal Prep.

I just wanted to drop a quick note on meal preparation. This was another area of growth for me. Learning to prepare food quickly and effectively for this diet was key. This trick was a BuzzFeed inspired undertaking. This video came across my Facebook feed and I tried this method of cooking chicken of few times it worked well. That’s right, the people who broke the Trump dossier taught me how to cook chicken. This was an example a unexpected way in which social media contributed to my learning for this project.

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Throw down some parchment paper.
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Add some olive oil.
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Season the chicken. I put salt, pepper and garlic on the right one and paprika and salt and pepper on the left one.
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Bake ’em. For 40 minutes. Remember to flip them half way.
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Eat ’em! There you have it BuzzFeed chicken. Throw in some frozen vegetables and you’re in business.

If you have a chance to watch the video, it presents some pretty interesting ideas on how to prepare low carbohydrate meals. I did this with six chicken breasts. The video gets pretty fancy with asparagus and tomatoes. I’m not that classy. It did allow me to season the chicken in different ways and required very little clean up. I found these types of videos started showing up on my Facebook feed after I started searching for subjects related to the Slow Carb Diet and fitness advice. Thanks Facebook algorithms!

Using this method, I could cook a week’s worth of food quickly with very little clean up. All I needed was some frozen vegetables or a salad and I was ready to go. Talk about your unexpected learning opportunities on social media! Anyway, I thought I’d just add this to the blog, hopefully someone else finds it useful. thanks for reading!

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Chicken Ala BuzzFeed: Social Media Inspired Meal Prep.

  1. Great post! I love meal prepping, especially when it involves nutritious foods! Thanks for sharing this information! This is useful information for those with busy schedules but also depend on maintaining a healthy lifestyle!

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  2. You’ve fallen into the trap! Clicked on a ad targeted for you by Facebook. NOOOooooooooOOOoo!
    But it looks like they fed you a good one. You are correct on practicality being key, and this recipe fits the bill.

    Merci!

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