Chicken Salad Deluxe Recipe

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

2 cup chicken, cooked cubed frimly packe1/4 cup chicken broth1 cup celery, diagonally sliced2 tbsp green onions, thinly sliced2 oz (1 can) mushrooms, stems & pieces drained24 small grapes, green/red seedless1/4 cup almonds, slivered2 tsp margarine1/4 cup low-calorie dressing, =or=-1/4 cup light mayonnaise1 crisp lettuce leaves

Preparation:

In a large bowl combine chicken, chicken broth, celery, onion, greenpepper, mushrooms and grapes; mix well. Cover and chill several hours.Saute the almonds in margarine, stirring constantly, until browned; spreadon paper towel to cool. Immediately before serving stir the dressing intothe chicken salad. Arrange chicken salad on 4 plates, lined with crisplettuce leaves, and top each with 1 tablespoon of saute almonds. FoodExchange per serving: 3 MEDIUM-FAT MEAT EXCHANGES + 1 FRUIT EXCHANGE; CAL:278; CHO: 13g; PRO: 24g; SOD: 441; LOW-SODIUM DIETS Serve 1/2 cup portion(1 1/2 MEDIUM-FAT MEAT EXCHANGES + 1/2 FRUIT EXCHANGE)Source: The Art of Cooking for the Diabetic by Mary Abbott Hess, R.D.,M.S.and Katharine Middleton Brought to you and yours via Nancy O'Brion and herMeal-Master

Serves: 4

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Is this Chicken Salad Deluxe Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chicken Salad Deluxe recipe is part of our category which lists diabetic Salad recipes. As we are unaware of your specific health conditions & the guidelines your doctors have given you, we are unable to say for sure that this Chicken Salad Deluxe recipe is appropriate for you. Be that as it may, because someone labelled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least complies with the minimum specification for the label `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. Nonetheless, this Chicken Salad Deluxe recipe should only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are OK for you.

Chicken Salad Deluxe Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chicken Salad Deluxe Recipe is part of the diabetic Salad recipes collection. Sadly it would be unthinkable for us to prepare each of the diabetic Salad recipes to warrant that they are all 100% adapted for diabetics. Our diabetic recipe site has thousands of recipes listed, & to check each of them at 7 per week would occupy us for nearly 72 months. Our advice is to analyse the nutritional content with due care to ensure that all of them are compatible with the nutritional advice your medical advisors have provided. In the event that you think that this Chicken Salad Deluxe recipe is not appropriate, tell us & we will modify or remove the problem recipe from our diabetes friendly recipe collection.

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