Baked Chicken With Rice Recipe

Baked Chicken With Rice Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1.00 c Uncooked rice1.00 pk Onion soup mix, divided6.00 Chicken breasts - halved sk1.00 cn 10 3/4 oz. cream of mushroo1.50 c Water0.13 ts Pepper

Preparation:

SOURCE: Cookbook for Diatetics and their families;Oxmoor House.This was posted on *P by Norma Wrenn - ID#NPXR56Band reposted on NVN by Bunny Smith - PSMITH4.1. Spread rice evenly in bottom of 9 x 9 x 2 inchnonstick baking dish.2. Sprinkle with 1/4 onion soup mix.3. Place chicken on top of rice.4. Add remaining onion soup mix.5. Combine mushroom soup, water and pepper.6. Pour soup mixture over chicken.7. Cover with foil; bake at 325 degrees for 2 hours.8. Remove foil, and serve. YIELD: 6 servings EACHSERVING: 2 ounces chicken with 2/3 cup rice. EXCHANGESPER SERVING: 2 bread and 2 medium-fat meat.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 6

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Is this Baked Chicken With Rice Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Baked Chicken With Rice recipe is one of our collection of tasty diabetic Rice recipes. As we are unaware of your precise health problems & the guidelines your nutritionalist has provided, we cannot say for sure that this Baked Chicken With Rice recipe is acceptable for you. Nonetheless, because the original compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, at the very least, complies with the basic specification for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low fat and low carbohydrate and so should be more healthy than the non-diabetic equivalent. Despite that, this Baked Chicken With Rice recipe should only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are acceptable for you.

Baked Chicken With Rice Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Baked Chicken With Rice Recipe is one from our diabetic Rice recipes category. Please understand, it would be out of the question for us to validate every single one of the diabetic Rice recipes to verify that all the recipes are completely OK for people with diabetes. Our diabetic recipe site has in excess of two thousand recipes listed, and to prepare them all even at a speed of one recipe every day would take more than 6 years. We strongly advise you to read the nutritional content with care to ensure that all of them are compliant with the dietary guidelines your medical advisors have given you. In the event that you think that this Baked Chicken With Rice recipe is not safe for diabetics, then please inform us & we will remove the recipe concerned from the diabetic recipe collection.

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