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1 Jul ’16 - 10:34 am
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Been making this a lot lately, good for low carbers and non alike

Go to walmart, they discount the rotisserie chicken from the previous day to 4.99, we go through several a week.

Pick up the large container of baby spinach for 4 bucks and a roma tomato.

Throw the spinach in a saute pan, add 1/2 cup heavy cream and when the spinach is half way wilted kill the heat and stir in a cup of ricotta.

Pick the meat off the chicken and lay it in the bottom of a casserole pan, pour the spinach mixture over top, garnish with the roma tomato, parm cheese, garlic, salt pepper to taste.

I like to throw some jalapenos on as well.

Bake at 350 for an hour. Split into 4 plates and garnish each serving with a tablespoon of sour cream.  If you are going low carb each portion is 570 calories, 6 net carbs, 3 grams of sugar. Easily feeds 4 for about 3 bucks a serving. I usually eat half the dish and have a light breakfast to hit my macros.

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2 Jul ’16 - 9:04 am
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looks great! I do something similar but I slice and stuff the breasts with the spinach and ricotta... then wrap the whole thing in bacn before it goes into the oven 🙂

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gonna have to try that

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KVR said
gonna have to try that  

it's good. If you have something like a wire rack you can put over the pan and put the chicken on that, the bacon gets crispier beciause the grease can drain away

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I'm trying to convince my wife to raise another pig this year, we are running out of bacon 🙁

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KVR said
I'm trying to convince my wife to raise another pig this year, we are running out of bacon 🙁  

Blasphemy!

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That is what I'm saying

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