It’s finally mid-September. That means it’s Hispanic Heritage Month. Even if you’re not Hispanic there are plenty of ways to help celebrate. LIke, supporting the month. You can do so much just by purchasing or eating this cultured food. Purchasing from a restaurant or even the ingredients to make ahead at home is a great way. The good thing about this culture’s food you can eat on any diet. Even on Keto or low carb lifestyles. That’s why I put together this super easy spicy low carb chicken bowl minus the rice.
Spicy is a factor in Hispanic culture food. This bowl is customizable so if the spice is too much for you then you can use less spice. I wanted to find something that would be a WOW maker so I opted to use Blendabella and their Zesty Mexican. It gives this bowl the right amount of spice without feeling like your mouth is burning. It’s a wildly versatile blend of diced portabella, vegetables & herbs in Zesty Mexican.
Spicy Low Carb Chicken Bowl
When you’re on the go this recipe is great. You can put this in your to go containers. You can put this together in the morning or the night before. Just make sure you don’t slice up your avocado until you are ready to use it. You can also use an avocado hugger if you choose to slice your avocado prior to eating. You can also substitute the chicken for steak if you wish.
- 1 cup of can of chicken or rotisserie chicken
- Half of Avocado
- 1 boiled egg
- 1-2 TBS of Blendabella Zesty Mexican
- 1/4 cup of cheese if needed
- Salt & Pepper for taste if needed
- Add cilantro for garnsih
- You can top everything on top of each other or section everything off
- Section chicken
- cut up or slice egg and section off
- slice open and pit avocado and section off
- add cheese if desired
- Top with Blendabella Zesty Mexican
- Add salt and pepper for taste
- Add cilantro for garnish
- Viola Enjoy
The spice is what makes this bowl. You can purchase your bottle HERE.
Hope you enjoy this recipe. This is also great for kids just in a smaller portion. It gives them all they need with protein, high fats, and nutrients. Plus you can make this dish for lunch or dinner if you have those busy nights as we do.
*Thank you for Blendabella for providing samples to make this post possible.