Phase 2 hCG Recipe | Hot Celery Radish Slaw & Blackened Chicken – AP/SP
Phase 2 hCG Recipe | Hot Celery Radish Slaw & Blackened Chicken – AP/SP
  • 7oz chicken breastcut into strips
  • 1/4tsp salt
  • 1/4tsp pepper
  • 1/4tsp chili powder
  • 2tsp paprika
  • 2tbsp fat free chicken broth
  • 2cups sliced celery
  • 2cups sliced radish
  • 1/2cup red bell pepper
  • 1tbsp cider vinegar
  • 1tsp dry mustard
  • 1/32tsp powdered stevia
  • 1/8tsp salt
  • 1/8tsp pepper
  • 2tsp coconut oil
  • 1tsp fresh chopped dill
  • 1/2tsp lemon juice
  1. Mix 1/4 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp pepper, chili powder and paprika together in a large Ziploc bag. Add chicken strips to the bag and shake to coat. Let sit for 30 minutes
  2. Heat the chicken broth in a large non-stick skillet and add coated chicken strips. Cook on each side for 4 minutes or until the chicken is no longer pink in the center. It’s okay if the broth evaporates as you want to blacken the chicken. Set aside once cooked.
  3. Use a mandolin to thinly shave the celery, bell pepper and radish into strips. Make the strips as skinny and thin as possible and place in a large bowl.
  4. In a small saucepan, combine the vinegar, mustard, stevia, salt, pepper and coconut oil. Heat over medium for 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Add the slaw mix to the pan for 30 seconds to 1 minute, just until warm. Remove from heat. Add lemon juice and dill.
  5. Serve blackened chicken with the hot slaw while everything is warm.
Recipe Notes

-The slaw is also great at room temperature however, when cold, the coconut oil solidifies and makes the slaw very thick. It’s easy to reheat quickly in the microwave or stove-top if the coconut does solidify.

-Slaw is great as a side dish for any entrée and can easily be made ahead as long as the dressing is kept separate, heated and poured onto the veggies right before serving

-Add a shaved apple to the mix for a complete fruit, veggie and protein meal

Macros listed are for AP version.

For SP version, omit bell pepper & coconut oil and add more celery or radish.