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Serve your gluten free chicken stir-fry with garden fresh vegetables for a different dish each time. (One quick ingredient switch will make this recipe paleo.)

This is the SECOND meal I have enjoyed since May. Yes, May! Which also happens to include eggs. Eggs that didn’t upset my oh so sensitive stomach. Or brain. Or whatever controls the nausea.

Try putting almonds in your gluten free chicken stir-fry recipe for a little extra crunch. (One quick ingredient switch will make this recipe paleo.)

It all started with a quick garden harvest and me nothing planned for dinner. Sort of how the majority of my kitchen experiments begin.

Except this one left me at the table once the boys were finished eating. This one resulted in me going back for thirds. THIRDS! People, this is a big deal!

It is so damn good.

Gluten free chicken stir-fry recipe with fried rice. (One quick ingredient switch will make it paleo)


  • 2-3 Chicken Breasts
  • Olive Oil, for the pan
  • Liquid Aminos, to add once plated



  • 4 servings Rice
  • 3-4 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup Sliced Almonds
  • 1/2 tsp Pepper
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 Tbls Chives or green onion
  • Fresh vegetables (Beans, broccoli, pea pods, green pepper, whatever you have.)


  • Mix together all of the marinade ingredients.
  • Slice the chicken breasts into 1/2 inch strips and toss them in the bowl of marinade.
  • Scramble the eggs in one pan.
  • Cook the rice according to the package.
  • Add the cooked rice, almonds, pepper, garlic powder, chives, and vegetables into the pan once the eggs are cooked. Turn off the burner and cover. (Note- I stir mine occasionally to prevent burning while the vegetables steam.)
  • Heat the oil over medium/high heat in a second pan and cook the chicken strips.
  • Enjoy!
Use liquid aminos in your gluten free chicken stir-fry instead of soy sauce. (One quick ingredient switch will make this recipe paleo.)

Doesn’t that sound amazing? I would eat it every stinkin’ night if I could.

I figured out that I have to eat some sort of starch with dinner or I am forever eating. Sure, rice is not paleo. I know this. But I already eat every two hours, so gluten free will have to do until I push this thing out in February.

Or you can easily substitute cauliflower rice for traditional rice if you are a good little paleo preggo. The choice is yours. Err… your fetus’.

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