Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney Recipe

Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 tbsp canola oil1/2 cup minced onion1 clove garlic, minced2 tsp minced ginger1 cup mango chutney2 tbsp lemon juice1/2 cup water1 1/2 lb boneless, skinless chicken - breasts

Preparation:

Heat the oil in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Add the onion and garlicand saut? for 4 minutes. Add the ginger and saut? for 3 minutes.Add the chutney and bring to a boil. Lower the heat and simmer for 5minutes. Add the lemon juice and water.Prepare an outdoor grill with the rack set 4 to 6 inches from the heatsource, or prepare an indoor broiler. Grill or broil the chicken on eachside until it is opaque, about 12 minutes total, basting constantly withmango barbecue sauce.Exchanges: Very Lean Meat Exchange -- 4 Carbohydrate Exchange -- 2 Calories-- 272 Calories from Fat -- 47 Total Fat -- 5g Saturated Fat -- 1gCholesterol -- 69mg Sodium -- 152mg Carbohydrate -- 30g Dietary Fiber -- 0gSugars -- 29g Protein -- 26gRecipe for Thursday, 4/2/98Try a healthy exotic recipe this week from Robyn Webb's Memorable MenusMade Easy. Her cookbook features step-by-step preparation tips and dozensof ideas for entertaining with style.You can order a copy of this and manyother cookbooks from our online book!store or call 1-800-ADA-ORDER (1-800-232-6733).Copyright ? 1998 American Diabetes AssociationMC Formatted using MC Buster 2.0d on 4/5/98- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NOTES : 6 servings/Serving size: 3 ozContributor: http://www.diabetes.org/ada/rcptoday.htmlPreparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 6

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Is this Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney recipe is part of our collection of diabetic Chicken recipes. Because we are ignorant of your specific health concerns & the guidelines your doctor has given you, we we cannot say that this Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney recipe is appropriate for you. Despite that, as the compiler labelled it as `diabetic` it should suggest that it, at the very least, complies with the minimum precondition for the tag `diabetic`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and so should be healthier than the non-diabetic equivalent. Despite that, this Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the contents of the recipe are OK for you.

Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney Recipe is one from our diabetic Chicken recipes collection. Sadly it would be totally unfeasible for us to prepare every single one of the diabetic Chicken recipes to establish that they are all 100% safe for diabetes sufferers. We have more than two thousand unique recipes in it, & to cook each of them even at 7 recipes per week would take nearly 290 weeks. You should check the recipe ingredients to verify that all the recipes are compliant with the nutritional advice your medical team has provided. If you feel that this Barbecued Chicken Breasts With Mango Chutney recipe is not appropriate, please inform us and we will remove it from the site.

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