Hi Amber, Yes, the baking powder and egg whites do help it rise a bit, just not as much as regular bread. It’s hard to say what went wrong, if anything. Everyone’s palate is a little different, so it’s possible you just didn’t like it, or maybe something didn’t go as it should have. It could be that the batter and whites weren’t folded together quite enough?
Hi Ashley, Usually egg whites take just a few minutes to beat to stiff peaks. Definitely not 40 minutes. Old eggs can sometimes be the culprit, or a bit of leftover fat/grease from something else in the bowl can prevent stiff peaks (this is especially common when using a plastic bowl). Lastly, it could be that your mixer isn’t powerful enough to beat that many whites to stiff peaks, but this reason is a last resort and probably less likely. Cream of tartar is a huge help in reaching stiff peaks so you can try adding that next time.
On a side note: I’m not sure if it’s the lighting, but the chicken looks kind of raw. Make sure you all cook your chicken well, to avoid contracting Salmonella and other food borne illness-causing bacteria. I would aim for a few degrees higher than 165 degrees Fahrenheit, to be safe and sure the bacteria are all dead, especially in thick meat like chicken breast.
Coat chicken breasts with lemon juice, then season all over with salt and pepper. Line a casserole dish with the chicken breast and cover with foil. Bake for 20 minutes, or until the chicken breast internal temperature reaches 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove chicken from the casserole dish and let rest 5 to 10 minutes before cutting meat. Once rested, divide between meal prep containers.
Well, I made your Keto bread and was disappointed. It tasted very eggy! I over cooked it like you said and it was still too moist. (I even used thermometer). I’m wondering about maybe an altitude issue since I live in Denver. If I make it again, I’ll try less egg whites. But it still didn’t taste anything like bread. I’m having trouble switching to Paleo! Help.

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