Hot & Sweet Ginger-Garlic Chicken Recipe #Paleo #21DSD | Diane Sanfilippo

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  1. This looks delicious and I was excited to see the “nightshade free” tag until I saw the chili flakes in the ingredients list. An I missing something? Are chili flakes not nightshades? Not being sarcastic I really want to know thanks

  2. This looks delicious and I was excited to see the “nightshade free” tag until I saw the chili flakes in the ingredients list. An I missing something? Are chili flakes not nightshades? Not being sarcastic I really want to know thanks

    1. Just leave them out – I’ll add that note sorry! It won’t quite be “hot,” of course, but it’ll be just as tasty!

  3. WOW!! Follow this recipe to a tee and you will be in drool worthy, mouth heaven!!! Thanks Diane!! 5 stars! This will be a regular in my rotation.

  4. WOW!! Follow this recipe to a tee and you will be in drool worthy, mouth heaven!!! Thanks Diane!! 5 stars! This will be a regular in my rotation.

  5. Awesome recipe! I think I need to try this recipe at my home in very short time. Is this recipe helps to loss our weight?

  6. Awesome recipe! I think I need to try this recipe at my home in very short time. Is this recipe helps to loss our weight?

  7. I just spent five hours at the grocery store getting ready to start the 30 day autoimmune challenge in Practical Paleo tomorrow. I’m practically in tears because the first meal on the plan is mustard glazed chicken thighs and I can’t find a mustard anywhere that is gluten free and paprika free 🙁 I think I have everything for this recipe – maybe it will save the day! Question – are sesame seeds okay for autoimmune? Thanks!

      1. Thanks! I made it for breakfast this morning without the sesame seeds or chili flakes and it was still really good 🙂

  8. I just spent five hours at the grocery store getting ready to start the 30 day autoimmune challenge in Practical Paleo tomorrow. I’m practically in tears because the first meal on the plan is mustard glazed chicken thighs and I can’t find a mustard anywhere that is gluten free and paprika free 🙁 I think I have everything for this recipe – maybe it will save the day! Question – are sesame seeds okay for autoimmune? Thanks!

    1. The sesame seeds should be left off for AI. Perhaps make some mustard or order some online — it’s not hard to find them generally but your area just may not be ideal for it.

      1. Thanks! I made it for breakfast this morning without the sesame seeds or chili flakes and it was still really good 🙂

    1. Taste wise it would probably be fine. But it’s a soy product and those are avoided pretty strictly around here.

    1. Taste wise it would probably be fine. But it’s a soy product and those are avoided pretty strictly around here.

  9. Thanks for this recipe. Just made it and am super impressed with the flavors. I didn’t have coconut aminos, however, so I just substituted a bit of coconut milk and a spalsh of tamari. Really delicious and easy. Thanks!

  10. Thanks for this recipe. Just made it and am super impressed with the flavors. I didn’t have coconut aminos, however, so I just substituted a bit of coconut milk and a spalsh of tamari. Really delicious and easy. Thanks!

    1. Hmm… if you have my book I’d check the cook-time on the wings in there. My guess is around 30 minutes – until they are 165 degrees at their thickest/meatiest part!

      1. Thanks, Diane! I’ll give it a try! 🙂 I have your “Practical Paleo” book which I LOVE and have preordered your next book, “21 Sugar Detox” and can’t wait to start cooking from it as well! Thanks for ALL you do!

    1. Hmm… if you have my book I’d check the cook-time on the wings in there. My guess is around 30 minutes – until they are 165 degrees at their thickest/meatiest part!

      1. Thanks, Diane! I’ll give it a try! 🙂 I have your “Practical Paleo” book which I LOVE and have preordered your next book, “21 Sugar Detox” and can’t wait to start cooking from it as well! Thanks for ALL you do!

  11. LOVE your recipes! Also cant wait til the nutritional info is included to your recipes! I’m going on a ketogenic leptin reset diet and really need to know the nutritional info (calories, fat, protein, carbs). But its so hard to find good recipes that also include the info:(

  12. LOVE your recipes! Also cant wait til the nutritional info is included to your recipes! I’m going on a ketogenic leptin reset diet and really need to know the nutritional info (calories, fat, protein, carbs). But its so hard to find good recipes that also include the info:(

  13. I finally made this recipe, just tonight, and loved it! I followed the recipe exactly, and used fresh ginger (1-1/2tsp) and not the powder. I could have beefed up my pinches of red pepper flakes, mine were very tiny (I’m spicy heat phobic). It was on the dinner table in no time flat. I served it over steamed red chard and used shallow soup bowls. Very elegant looking. It was perfect for my date night. (and kitchen cleanup was practically nothing!) Thanks for a great recipe Diane! This is a keeper.

  14. I finally made this recipe, just tonight, and loved it! I followed the recipe exactly, and used fresh ginger (1-1/2tsp) and not the powder. I could have beefed up my pinches of red pepper flakes, mine were very tiny (I’m spicy heat phobic). It was on the dinner table in no time flat. I served it over steamed red chard and used shallow soup bowls. Very elegant looking. It was perfect for my date night. (and kitchen cleanup was practically nothing!) Thanks for a great recipe Diane! This is a keeper.

  15. I’ve made this dish three times and feel liking making love to it each time. SUCH a great recipe.

    I’ll add that at the end pour out the rue that was made into a bowl.

    It makes a great dipping sauce.

    I suggest first spooning out the excess oil (most likely from the chicken fat and such) as it makes it less oily tasting and allows the amino/ginger flavor to come on through.

  16. I’ve made this dish three times and feel liking making love to it each time. SUCH a great recipe.

    I’ll add that at the end pour out the rue that was made into a bowl.

    It makes a great dipping sauce.

    I suggest first spooning out the excess oil (most likely from the chicken fat and such) as it makes it less oily tasting and allows the amino/ginger flavor to come on through.

  17. I just made this for the first time last night. DELICIOUS!!! I saved all of the juice in the pan (fat from the chicken, ghee, aminos, etc) and used it to marinate a package of turkey cutlets that I bought. Nothing went to waste and it was one of the easiest recipes I’ve made yet. Thank you!

  18. I just made this for the first time last night. DELICIOUS!!! I saved all of the juice in the pan (fat from the chicken, ghee, aminos, etc) and used it to marinate a package of turkey cutlets that I bought. Nothing went to waste and it was one of the easiest recipes I’ve made yet. Thank you!

  19. Will this lose it’s flavor without the garlic or onion? I’m following a low FODMAPs diet and cannot eat those. I can have everything else (will sub Liquid aminos for coconut aminos). Thanks for your help!

  20. Will this lose it’s flavor without the garlic or onion? I’m following a low FODMAPs diet and cannot eat those. I can have everything else (will sub Liquid aminos for coconut aminos). Thanks for your help!

  21. Would this be lacking a lot of flavor to remove the garlic and onion do you think? I am doing a low FODMAPs diet and cannot eat those 2 things right now. I know some recipes it makes a big difference and others are unaffected! Thanks for your help!

  22. Would this be lacking a lot of flavor to remove the garlic and onion do you think? I am doing a low FODMAPs diet and cannot eat those 2 things right now. I know some recipes it makes a big difference and others are unaffected! Thanks for your help!

  23. Would this be lacking a lot of flavor to remove the garlic and onion do you think? I am doing a low FODMAPs diet and cannot eat those 2 things right now. I know some recipes it makes a big difference and others are unaffected! Thanks for your help!

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  32. can I use skinless, boneless thighs? I really don’t care for how greasy they turned out the first time I made these. But love the flavor!!

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