Chicken Fingers Recipe

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

CHICKEN FINGERS3/4 lb boneless/skinless chicken2 tbsp 2% yogurt12 soda crackers, crushed1 tsp dried thyme1/2 tsp dried marjoram1/4 tsp curry powder1 saltSAUCE1/2 cup 2% yogurt2 tbsp catsup2 tbsp celery, finely chopped2 tsp soy sauce1/2 tsp garlic, chopped1 pepper

Preparation:

Chicken Fingers: Trim chicken of all fat. Cut chicken into 8 even strips.In a bowl combine chicken strips and yogurt. Stir gently to coat each pieceof chicken. In a shallow dish or plate, combine cracker crumbs, thyme,marjoram and curry. With fork, place each chicken strip in crumbs and rollto coat with crumbs. Place on a cake rack set in a baking pan or dish.Repeat with remaining chicken strips until all are coated and lined up in asingle layer on rack. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 25 minutes or untilcrumbs are lightly browned and crisp. Remove from oven and sprinkle lightlywith salt to taste.Sauce: Combine yogurt, catsup, celery, soy sauce, garlic, if desired andpepper to taste. Serve as a dip for Chicken Fingers.Makes 24 fingers, 3 Servings. 1 serving = 8 fingers and 4 Tablespoons Sauce: 3 protein choice: 1 starchy choice: 15 g carbohydrate: 22 g protein: 10 g fat: 1000 kilojoules: 238 calories

Serves: 24

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Is this Chicken Fingers Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chicken Fingers recipe comes from our category which lists diabetic Chicken recipes. As we are ignorant of your individual health conditions and the guidelines your health advisors have offered you, we cannot say with any degree of certainty that this Chicken Fingers recipe is acceptable for you. Be that as it may, because the original author labeled it as `diabetic` it suggests in theory, that it, if nothing else, matches the basic condition for the tag `diabetic`, being low in carbohydrates & fat, and should be better for your health than a typical non-diabetic recipe. For all that, this Chicken Fingers recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are suitable for you.

Chicken Fingers Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chicken Fingers Recipe is part of the diabetic Chicken recipes collection. Clearly, it would be completely unfeasible for us to cook each of the diabetic Chicken recipes to establish that they are all 100% adapted for diabetes sufferers. We have more than two thousand diabetic recipes listed, & to prepare them all at a rate of 4 or 5 a weeek would occupy us for 6 years. We strongly urge you to analyse the recipe ingredients to confirm that all the recipes are compliant with the nutritional guidelines your doctor has given you. If you feel that this Chicken Fingers recipe is incorrect, please let us know and we will change or remove the recipe concerned from our collection.

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