Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) Recipe

Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

3/8 lb To 2 lb chicken pieces meaty breast1/8 cup Water1/2 tbsp Dry sherry1/2 tbsp Reduced-sodium soy sauce1/8 tsp Garlic powder1/2 tbsp Water1/4 tbsp Cornstarch1/4 cup Celery, bias-sliced1/4"thick1 Green onions, cut into 1 pieces1/3 cup Hot cooked rice

Preparation:

Remove skin from chicken. Rinse Chicken; pat dry.Spray a cold large skillet with nonstick coating.Preheat the skillet over medium heat. Brown chickenpieces on all sides in hot skillet.Add 3/4 cup water, sherry, soy sauce, and garlicpowder. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, coveredfor 35 to 40 minutes or till chicken is tender and nolonger pink. Transfer chicken to a serving platter;keep warm.For sauce, stir together the 2 tablespoon water andthe cornstarch; set aside. Cook and stir for 3 to 4minutes or until celery is crisp & tender. Stir in thecornstarch mixture. Cook and stir till thickened andbubbly. Cook and stir for 2 minutes more. Servechicken and sauce with hot cooked rice. Makes 4servings.Food Exchange per serving: 3 LEAN MEAT EXCHANGES + 1STARCH/BREAD EXCHANGESource: Better Homes and Gardens Diabetic Cook BookShared by: Kathleen's Recipe Swap Pagehttp://www.ilos.net/~answers/reciperecipes@ilos.net- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 1

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Is this Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) recipe is part of our collection of tasty diabetic Chicken recipes. Because we don`t know your special medical problems and the guidelines your medical team has given to you, we really can`t say for sure that this Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) recipe is suitable for you. Even taking that into consideration, as the recipe author designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggests that it, at the very least, meets the basic condition for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low fat and low carb and consequently should be better for your health than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. For all that, this Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are acceptable for you.

Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) Recipe is one from our diabetic Chicken recipes collection. Please understand, it is completely inconceivable for us to validate every single one of the diabetic Chicken recipes to make sure that all of them are completely modified for diabetics. We have in excess of two thousand diabetic recipes listed, and to cook each of them at the rate of 7 recipes per week would occupy us for more than 6 years. It would be wise to analyse the nutritional content with care to ensure that all the recipes are compliant with the diabetes nutritional advice your doctors have offered you. If you feel that this Chinese-Style Chicken(4 Servings) recipe has errors, tell us and we will modify or remove the offending recipe from the site.

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