What are some good chicken recipes that I can eat while im on my diet?

is it good to eat chicken breast often?

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11 Responses to “What are some good chicken recipes that I can eat while im on my diet?”

  1. shake_your_buddhax3 said:

    How about blackened chicken or garlic and basil oil on it? =]

  2. wolfeyes2k1 said:

    just plain chicken and rice…cook the chicken up in a pan(no butter..no shake n bake..just normal)..then add it to rice ..then soya sauce…it rocks.

  3. urbancoyote said:

    You want ROASTED chicken on your diet because it isn’t a sponge for fat the way fried chicken is.

    “Shake’n’bake” chicken breasts are quite a tasty way to make roast chicken.

    Consider using turkey breast and turkey meat whenever possible as a substitute for chicken –it is leaner and has less calories (and is good for your coplexion, too).

  4. koyotee said:

    My wife loves this. Take boneless chicken breast. Put in frying pan with a little vegetable oil. Sprinkle with Lawry’s seasoning salt. Make a salad. Slice into strips and top your salad. Every one likes it. Or–take boneless chicken breast and coat the bottom of a baking pan with cream of mushroom soup. Fillet chicken breast and cover the bottom of the pan. Then cover the chicken with more cream of mushroom soup. Bake until chicken is white and enjoy. Serve with vegetables and stuffing. Really good. Smile.

  5. philbertpheinstein said:

    Sounds like you’re on a food diet instead of an exercise diet.
    A better question for you would be, “How many times do I have to waddle around the track to burn off the calories in a chicken breast?”

  6. gwthewd4u said:

    well,first of all,remove the skin from the chicken,then dip the chicken breast in beaten eggs,and roll in pancake mix,preheat your frying pan in light oil,and put chicken in pan,cooking slowly for about an hour.take chicken out and place on paper towel-voila!!!hope this helps yu-i have a diabetic cookbook and those recipes are for anyone to try.you are welcome.

  7. memyselfandi said:

    I am a chef and I am dieting right now, isnt that sarcastic? well… what i am doing right now is finding real flavors of food. Just add salt and a bit of pepper to it. Grill it until cripsy with little fat. Sometimes going simple might surprise you more than you think.

  8. LuckyWife said:

    A weight watchers recipe I obtained from a message board at http://www.dwlz.com. Per serving of 2 each: 230 calories, 6 gm fat, 2 gm fiber. WW Points per serving : 5 You could also add more veggies to make this more “pot pie-ish”.

    1 (7 1/2 ounce) can homestyle refrigerated biscuits or buttermilk biscuits
    1 cup cooked chicken breasts, diced
    1 (10 1/2 ounce) can reduced-fat cream of chicken soup
    2/3 cup shredded low-fat cheddar cheese
    1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
    1/4 teaspoon black pepper

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
    Separate biscuits and place each biscuit in a cup of an ungreased 12-hole muffin pan, pressing dough up sides to edge of cup.
    In a medium bowl, combine chicken, chicken soup, cheddar cheese, parsley flakes, and black pepper. Mix well to combine.
    Evenly spoon chicken mixture into prepared biscuit cups.
    Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
    Remove from oven. Place muffin pan on a wire rack and let set for 2-3 minutes. Serve at once.

  9. princess said:

    i suggest drumstick better but no eat skin just eat it on steam type

  10. deltazeta_mary said:

    Make your own Honey Mustard and marinade the chicken breasts in it. All you have to do is 1 teaspoon of honey to 2 teaspoons mustard (brown, yellow or dijion the choice is up to you). Mix the two together put it on the chicken and grill.

    Or you can add lemon or lime juice and little bit of olive oil, salt and pepper and a sprig of cilantro. Wrap it in a foil packet with lemon/lime juice with a wedge of the lemon or lime in it. Grill it. When you put it in a packet it keeps moisture in and not letting the chicken dry out.

    Vary your diet with fish and pork. Pork these days is very lean. Frozen fish is a great way to go. It’s much cheaper than fresh (it was fresh they day it was frozen). And most brands individually seal them. Add a little balsamic vinegar or olive oil and lemon juice with thyme or rosemary and bake or grill. Fish has good for you fats like Omega-3. If you want to cook with fats like butter use in moderation so you can get the flavor of butter.

    Check out the site below. They also give you the nutrional value of the recipe.

  11. Momof2 said:

    Grilled Marsala Chicken

    Take 4 – 4oz. skinless, boneless chicken breasts. Put them in a zipper plastic bag with 2 cups Marsala Wine and 2 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce. Seal the bag and marinate in the refrigerator for 1 hour. Remove chicken from the bag and keep the marinade.

    Grill chicken for six minutes on each side or until chicken is done.

    While the chicken is grilling, bring the reserved marinade to a boil in a medium skillet coated with cooking spray. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 15 minutes. Serve the chicken with the sauce.

    I found this recipe on the Internet several years ago. It says that one piece of chicken is 193 calories.




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