While I don’t eat carbs, I still cook a couple staples that my kids and friends love. Here’s one of the recipes.

I don’t bother with quantities because the “Magic” of this recipe is timing, just use logical quantities of the ingredients to taste. I put an * next to what steps I think makes this work so well.


  • Basmati Rice
  • Peas
  • Corn
  • Diced Chicken
  • Soy Sauce
  • Himalayan Salt
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder
  • Olive Oil

Process 1: Chicken

  • Heat the plan
  • Add olive oil
  • Put diced chicken in
  • Immediately put in salt/garlic/onion
  • Cool partially
  • Add soy
  • Fully cook
  • Add defrosted peas/corn
  • Simmer

Process 2

  • Cook Rice: use only 75% of the water you normally would, as you want the rice a little undercooked*
  • Heat a pan with olive oil
  • Put the rice in the pan
  • Immediately add salt/garlic/onion
  • Pan fry for a couple minutes, lots of stirring
  • Add soy, mix thoroughly but quickly, and take off heat*

Process 3

  • Merge everything
  • Get off of heat

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