Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit Recipe

Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

JUDI M. PHELPSBNVX05A1.00 tb Vegetable oil plus1.00 ts Vegetable oil1.00 Piece (2x1") fresh ginger p1.00 lb Boneless chicken breasts, s2.00 c Broccoli florets0.50 c Low-sodium chicken broth0.25 c Grapefruit juice3.00 tb Low-sodium soy sauce1.00 ts Cornstarch1.00 c Grapefruit sections

Preparation:

In 10-inch skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Cookginger, stirring, occasionally, until golden brown,2-3 minutes. With slotted spoon, remove ginger toplate; set aside. Increase heat to medium-high. Addchicken and cook, stirring constantly, until no longerpink and cooked through, 3 minutes. Remove chicken toplate, set aside.Add broccoli, stirring to coat with cooking liquids.Add 1/4 cup water to skilllet, cover and cook untilcrisp-tender 3 to 4 minutes.Return chicken to skillet. Add broth, grapefruitjuice, and soy sauce. In small cup, combine cornstarchwith 1 tablespoon cold water until cornstarch isdissolved. Add cornstarch mixture to skillet increaseheat to high. Cook, stirring frequently, until mixtureboils and thickens slightly. Add grapefruit sectionsto skillet; heat through. Spoon chicken and broccoli,mixture onto serving platter. Garnish with reservedginger.Each serving provides: 1 FA, 3 PR, 1 VEG, 1/2 FR, 10C. Per serving 221 calories. Source: Weight WatchersDecember 1993 Magazine.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 4

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Is this Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit recipe is one of our category which lists diabetic Chicken recipes. Because we have no knowledge of your special health concerns & the advice your doctors have offered you, we really can`t say for sure that this Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit recipe is suitable for you. All the same, because the original compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, if nothing else, complies with the minimum precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low in carbs and fat, and therefore, should be better for you than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Still, this Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are OK for you.

Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit Recipe is one from the diabetic Chicken recipes category. Obviously, it would be completely impracticable for us to prepare each of the diabetic Chicken recipes to verify that all the recipes are totally OK for diabetics. We have thousands of recipes listed, and to check each recipe at a rate of one every 24 hours would take more than 290 weeks. You are therefore advised to analyse the nutritional content carefully to confirm that all the recipes agree with the nutritional advice your medical team has offered you. If you think that this Chicken With Ginger, Broccoli, And Grapefruit recipe is unsuitable, please inform us & we will delete the offending recipe from our recipe site.

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