Keto Chicken Hash Recipe with Coconut Dijon Sauce
What makes this Keto chicken hash recipe outstanding is this coconut Dijon sauce! It’s full of healthy fats, and absolutely delicious.
I would never have thought to use coconut butter in the sauce if Fabio, who has been helping in our kitchen, hadn’t tried it (thinking it was the same as coconut cream).
If chicken is your favorite meat, then you’ll love finding more keto chicken recipes to add to your weekly meals.
What is coconut butter and is it keto?
If you’re unfamiliar with coconut butter, then please read this section as it often confuses people.
Coconut butter (also sometimes known as coconut manna or creamed coconut) is a combination of coconut oil and shredded coconut pieces.
The photo below shows what coconut butter looks like.
Unlike coconut cream or coconut milk, coconut butter has no water in it – it’s just fat and fiber for the most part. And that makes it highly keto-friendly!
If you want to find out more about what coconut butter is, then check out my comprehensive article about coconut butter (along with various ways of eating it) here.
And if you want to try your hand at making it yourself, it’s pretty easy to do so. Check out my recipe on how to make coconut butter here.
How do you use coconut butter on a ketogenic diet?
Coconut butter typically features in many fat bomb recipes on keto. For example:
But you can also eat coconut butter straight out of the jar! My favorite is slathering a scoop on a piece of 100% dark chocolate and eating it as a quick and satisfying Keto snack.
Use this sauce with other chicken recipes
This sauce is too good to only use with this Keto chicken hash recipe. Make a large batch and slather it on all your chicken recipes.
Keto Chicken Hash Recipe
Even if you don’t make the sauce, you can still enjoy this keto chicken hash recipe.
If you can find leeks, definitely use leeks as they add a delicious flavor to this low carb hash recipe.
For a more traditional hash recipe, take a look this chicken, spinach and potato hash.
- 4 chicken breasts (800 g), sliced into small slices
- 1 medium onion (110 g), sliced
- 2 carrots (100 g), grated
- 1 leek (90 g), sliced
- 4 Tablespoons of coconut oil (60 ml), to cook with
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- Coconut Dijon sauce (see here for full recipe)
- Add the diced chicken breast to the coconut oil and saute until cooked. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.
- Add more coconut oil to the saute pan if necessary and cook the vegetables until tender. Add the chicken pieces back in.
- Serve with the coconut Dijon sauce. (See recipe here.)
Nutritional data is per serving and includes sauce.
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
Net Carbs: 6 g
- Calories: 697
- Sugar: 3 g
- Fat: 59 g
- Carbohydrates: 8 g
- Fiber: 2 g
- Protein: 32 g