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In partnership with FaveDiets ( ) recipe site, I was watching America’s Test Kitchen a few weeks ago, and they were doing a similar recipe to this video. This one took a bit to get the low carb conversion correct, but for those still in Induction, you can replace the savory toppings with Revolution Rolls dumplings. I tried both ways prior to making this video, and while the other method turned out fine, I liked the crumble topping more.

For where to get Carbquik, I have found here to be the best deal:

– Crumble Topping –
1 1/2 cup Carbquik 1/2 tsp Black Pepper
1/4 tsp Cayenne Pepper 4 TBS Butter, unsalted
1/3 cup Parmesan Cheese, Grated
1/2 cup Heavy Cream
2 pounds Chicken Breast (Boneless & Skinless)
3 cups Low Sodium Chicken Broth
1 Medium Onion 3 Celery Stalks
1/4 cup Carrots (optional) Salt / Pepper to taste
1/2 cup Cauliflower 1 tsp Tomato Paste
4 TBS Butter 1/4 cup Carbquik
1/4 cup Heavy Cream 1/4 cup Water
1 tsp Lemon Juice
Makes 8 Servings.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:
422 Calories, 31g Fat, 16g Total Carbs (10.5g Fiber,5.5g net), 29g Protein

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Kent Altena says:

@098anne You are very welcome. I am glad I could share.

looseal22 says:

Bet that crumb topping would be good over broiled fish too. Does the crumb
topping need separate cooking? Could I broil fillets – fish or chicken –
and add the raw topping 10 minutes before its fully cooked?

Shannon Stuck says:

Where can I buy Carbquick?

098anne says:

Is carbquik ok for induction?

Kent Altena says:

@n10ding I have a so-so experience with Carbquik. It does somethings really
well, and others well the flavor is not the best. I think if you doctor it
enough and use less salt, it works pretty well. It seems to be really high
or accentuate any salt used with it. Re: veggies, I know I could have used
more or different ones. My wife would have loved mushrooms, but being the
cook, I get to use my favorites. This would be a great recipe for after
Thanksgiving as well to use up leftover Turkey.

Kent Altena says:

@narcismo247 That was not the target for this recipe. The cracker top
wouldn’t have came out correctly if I had just boiled it. I did have an
alternative recipe where I used the revolution rolls recipe on top of the
same bottom.

narcismo247 says:

why bake, and not boil, the rivels/dumplings?

Kent Altena says:

@Sassymarkrep I like the crumble topping too. It is a nice contrast to the
chicken filling.

Kent Altena says:

Yeah, there is no accounting for the intelligence of their ad targeting
system at YT.

Kent Altena says:

@imnanasmama There is a link in the video description for where I purchase
it routinely (Netrition), but if you live close to a Kroger’s I am told you
can buy it there too.

Hugh Dunit says:


098anne says:

Oh well 🙂 something to look forward to 🙂 Thanks for your videos!!

Kent Altena says:

@keyahnee I typically buy mine online at Netrition (lowest cost), but you
can find it at low carb specialty stores and Kroger’s grocery stores too. I
put a link in the video description where I typically buy mine. (

kmhtigger says:

thank you!

imnanasmama says:

Where can you buy carbquick? Do I have to buy it online?

keyahnee says:

oh that looked sooo good. man you can cook! where did u get that “carb
quick” ?

Kent Altena says:

@looseal22 You don’t necessarily need to cook it separately if the overall
cooking time is long enough. Say 350 for 30-40 minutes would work too. It
isn’t as good if it dries out too much, so to get the results you want is
about making sure the butter and cream don’t entirely render away. If the
fish has enough moisture it should help the whole process too.

098anne says:

Is carbquik ok in induction?

Kent Altena says:

I typically buy mine from Amazon as it’s cheapest. (here’s a link: bit. ly
SLASH carbquik )

Philogaia says:

Someone’s advertisement engine isn’t very smart. This video is preceded by
a DiGogorno’s pizza ad. LOL. Not the right target market, dears!

Kent Altena says:

@SandraLC7 I hope you like it as much my wife, kids, and I do. Thanks for
watching, Sandra!

Crystal Audas says:

What is the serving size and how many carbs are there per serving? Great
recipe that I can make for our family and not just something for myself, I
love recipes like this:)

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