P2 Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry


This was delicious and very filling, which is always nice on HCG Phase 2.

Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry

3.5 oz Chicken Breast (I use 2 tenders)
10 cloves Garlic, peeled and smashed
1.5 cups Broccoli (I use fresh)
2 Tbsp Water
1 Tbsp Bragg's Liquid Aminos

Steam broccoli for just about 2 minutes to slightly cook it.  (Frozen broccoli may not need this step.)  Stir fry chicken in water until about half done, add garlic and finish cooking chicken.  Add broccoli and Bragg's, stirring to coat.  Serve.



http://www.myhcgcooking.com
Pin It
Print this post

8 comments:

Amie said...

When I saw this recipe I had to totally do a double take and go re-read Dr. Simeons protocol...we're allowed broccoli? How have I never known this?! had this for dinner tonight and LOVED it! :) Thanks!

Lianne said...

I don't think it's specifically listed by him but there is no reason it shouldn't be - everyone I know who eats it on P2 does just fine. I love it, so filling, nutritious and delicious!

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Fran Plott said...

My husband and I are on Day 31 and have enjoyed this delicious recipe with no problem!

shakeryaya said...

Soooooo good!

Julianne Wood said...

This recipe is easy to cook. Look yummy. I will cook it later for our dinner. Anyway if you want to learn a lot of Stir Fry Recipes just click Here. Thank you so much for sharing.

nicole said...

I know broccoli is rogue but I'm TOTALLY trying this. Looks SO good and it seems like something I can make for the WHOLE family. It gets a little lonely eating something different from the rest of the family every night.

Lianne said...

I don't know why broccoli is rogue - it is so good for you and totally low carb, There's no reason I can find that it shouldn't be allowed and it was always one of my #1 veggies, sometimes I ate it every day. It's so filling too. And yes, I hope your family enjoys! So nice to all eat the same thing!

Lianne said...

Ha I have to laugh, I said almost the same thing over a year ago! LOL

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...