Argentine Corn Chicken Recipe

Argentine Corn Chicken Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 Broilier-fryer chicken (about 2 1/2Pepper to taste1 tbsp Virgin olive oil2 cl Garlic, minced2 Tomatoes1 Bay leaf1/4 tsp Leaf marjoram1 cup Frozen whole-kernel corn thawed

Preparation:

Renove skin from chicken. Season with salt and pepper. In a largenon-stick pan skillet, heat oil and cook chicken until tender,turning. 15 to 20 minutes. Remove from skillet and keep warn. Sauteonion and garlic in skillet. Add tomatoes, bay leaf and narhiran;simmer 10 minutes. Add corn and chicken; heat through, mix well withthe sauce. Serve this dish with "Bell Pepper Salad" (also in thisfile)Food Exchange per serving: 3 LOW/FAT MEAT EXCHANGES + 1 STARCH/BREADEXCHANGE + 1 VEGETABLE EXCHANGE CAL: 246; CHO: 75mg; CAR: 18g; PRO:27g SOD: 138mg; FAT: 10g;Souce: Light & Easy Diabetes Cuisine by Betty MarksBrought to you and yours via Nancy O'Brion and her Meal-Master- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 4

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Is this Argentine Corn Chicken Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Argentine Corn Chicken recipe comes from our category which contains diabetic Chicken recipes. As we are unaware of your specific medical concerns and the advice your doctors have given you, we we can`t say whether this Argentine Corn Chicken recipe is suitable for you. Be that as it may, as the compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least complies with the minimum consideration for the tag `diabetic`, being low in carbs and fat, and should be more healthy than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. Despite that, this Argentine Corn Chicken recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe ingredients are OK for you.

Argentine Corn Chicken Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Argentine Corn Chicken Recipe is one from our diabetic Chicken recipes section. Please understand, it would be hardly possible for us to check every one of the diabetic Chicken recipes to certify that all the recipes are 100% safe for people with diabetes. Our diabetic recipe collection has over 2000 individual recipes in it, and to check each of them even at a speed of 7 per week would take more than six years. We strongly advise you to read the recipe ingredients with care to confirm that they are compatible with the diabetes nutritional guidelines your nutritionalist has given you. If you think that this Argentine Corn Chicken recipe have errors, please inform us and we will change or remove it from our diabetic recipe collection.

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