This Keto Coconut Curry Lime Shredded Chicken is BURSTING with flavor and so incredibly easy to make! Make it fresh for lunch or dinner, or use it as a keto meal prep recipe.
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I am about to make your life very easy with a keto shredded chicken recipe that is BURSTING with flavor. Here’s why you’ll love it:
- You can make this recipe in either the slow cooker or Instant Pot.
- Combine it with a little cauliflower rice and you will have a meal made in heaven!
- You can serve this fresh for lunch or dinner, or use it for keto meal prep. (No more boring chicken in your lunch!)
- The chicken comes out so moist — no dry, rubbery chicken (yuck).
Ingredients Needed for Keto Coconut Curry Lime Shredded Chicken
Ingredient quantities and the recipe are located in the recipe card at the end of the post.
- Boneless, skinless chicken breast
- Lime juice
- Ground cumin
- Chili powder
- Fresh jalapenos (optional)
- And the star of the show: Kettle & Fire’s new Coconut Lime Keto Bone Broth. This takes the recipe to total WOW level! I’ve got a deal for you (up to 25% off!), so keep reading.
Let’s talk a little about bone broth…
Potential Benefits of Adding Bone Broth to Your Diet
I’m a big fan of bone broth and it is PERFECT for keto! I’ve written about it extensively in my post:
In addition to what I go into in that post, here are some potential benefits of bone broth according to Medical News Today:
- It is highly nutritious
- It may protect the joints
- It may help fight osteoarthritis
- It may help reduce inflammation and heal the gut
- It may aid sleep
Not bad for some “boring” broth, right?
The Flavor of Bone Broth
The one big complaint I’ve heard from people about bone broth is the flavor. Of all the bone broth brands I’ve tried (plus a homemade version from a friend), Kettle & Fire’s flavor is by FAR the best. They’ve really been on a mission lately to make their bone broth taste even better (like, “is this actually bone broth??”) by creating enhanced broth flavors and soups.
Like the Kettle & Fire Coconut Curry Lime Bone Broth I used in this recipe! I had a “wow” moment when I tried it the first time, which was actually a sip straight out of the carton at room temperature. It was so good before it was even heated up! You are going to LOVE it in this recipe too.
Why I Chose Kettle & Fire’s Bone Broth
First, I purchase my bone broth because making it is a time-consuming task that I just don’t want to do. Specifically, I chose the Kettle & Fire brand because:
- They use organic, grass-fed animals to create their bone broth. I try to eat organic, grass-fed meat whenever possible, so I wanted my bone broth to be the same. Kettle & Fire does.
- Their product is easy to store. I don’t have tons of extra fridge and freezer space, so I didn’t want to buy something that had to be chilled. Kettle & Fire uses a particular packaging process that allows their bone broth to be stored in cartons at room temperature.
- Their product is free of preservatives. I wanted only bone broth and spices. Kettle & Fire is preservative-free.
- They simmer their bone broth for a long time. I didn’t want to purchase a bone broth that had been simmered for only a short period of time, reducing the nutrient benefit. Kettle & Fire simmers their bone broth for 10-20+ hours, plus they simmer it with apple cider vinegar which helps extract maximum nutrient value.
Kettle & Fire Coconut Curry Bone Broth – An Ideal Meal Replacement!
This stuff isn’t just bone broth; it’s bone broth 2.0. Thanks to its fat and protein content, it’s an ideal meal replacement. One serving of the broth itself will give you:
- 190 calories
- 15g fat
- 12g protein
- 1g net carbs
There are two servings per container, so you can adjust your consumption to fit your macros.
How to Save Big on Kettle & Fire Coconut Curry Bone Broth (US Only) – Only for the Next 7 Days!
Are you excited for some bone broth?? 🙂 Kettle & Fire has given us an exclusive 1-week deal (valid until Sunday, September 15 at 11:59 PM PST):
Your purchase is entirely risk-free. If you don’t like the broth for any reason, you can contact Kettle & Fire for a full refund within 30 days of purchase, no questions asked.
TIP: You don’t have to use all of your cartons on this recipe! The broth is so tasty on its own, or you can stir in plain cooked cubed or shredded chicken.
Once the bone broth has safely arrived in your kitchen, you can make some amazing shredded chicken! To get the Keto Coconut Curry Lime Shredded Chicken recipe (for the slow cooker or Instant Pot), check out the recipe card at the end of the post.
Nutrition Facts for Keto Coconut Curry Lime Shredded Chicken
- 157 calories
- 7g fat
- 20g protein
- 1g net carbs
If you want to boost the fat content of this recipe, I recommend stirring in 1 tbsp coconut oil per serving. It will give an extra coconut flavor plus an extra 14g fat.
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- 1 carton Kettle & Fire Coconut Curry & Lime Bone Broth
- 2 tbsp lime juice preferably fresh
- 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- ½ tsp chili powder
- ½ tsp paprika
- ½ tsp oregano
- 2 fresh jalapenos (optional) deseeded and sliced
Slow Cooker Instructions
- Place chicken in the bowl of the slow cooker. Add bone broth and lime juice.
- Top chicken with remaining ingredients.
- Cook on low for four hours.
- When thoroughly cooked, remove chicken from slow cooker and shred with a fork. Replace chicken and stir to combine shredded chicken with juices.
Instant Pot Instructions
- Pour bone broth and lime juice into the insert of the Instant Pot, then place chicken on top.
- Top chicken with remaining ingredients.
- Set the Instant Pot to high manual pressure for 5 minutes.
- When the timer beeps, allow the pressure to come down naturally for 10 minutes.
- If needed, release the rest of the pressure by turning the pressure knob to “venting.”
- When thoroughly cooked, remove chicken from the Instant Pot and shred with a fork. Replace chicken and stir to combine shredded chicken with juices.
- Serve and enjoy.
- This is absolutely delicious served with cauliflower rice!
- If you want to boost the fat content of this recipe, I recommend stirring in 1 tbsp coconut oil per serving. It will give an extra coconut flavor plus an extra 14g fat.
- If you don’t want to use the Kettle & Fire bone broth, you can use regular chicken broth. It won’t have the coconut curry flavor, but it is still a tasty and easy recipe.
- Make sure the internal temperature of the chicken (measured at its thickest point) reaches 165 F.
Nutrition facts are included as a courtesy only. They are accurate to the best of our knowledge based on the ingredients and brands used, but their accuracy is not guaranteed. If applicable, sugar alcohols have already been removed from the total carb count.