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7 Chicken Recipes For Diabetics

Onions and leeks are from the same family, but they taste different. Leeks are sweeter and milder than onions. In this recipe, chicken is glazed in Dijon mustard and roasted with a fusion of leeks, onions, garlic, and shallots. According to a 2015 animal study , onions lower high blood sugar levels when given with the diabetes drug metformin. 3. Oven-Fried Parmesan Chicken Drumsticks Think you cant bite into a fried chicken leg if you have diabetes? Think again! The chicken drumsticks in this recipe are coated in a savory Parmesan cheese and breadcrumb crust. Theyre oven-baked instead of fried. Chicken drumsticks are higher in fat than chicken breasts, so be sure to balance your meal with low-fat sides. Drumsticks are still a great source of protein and much cheaper to buy. This recipe brings to mind apple-picking in early fall, but its tasty any time of year. Tart green apples and thyme are the perfect complements for boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Since the fiber in apples is a good carb that doesnt raise blood sugar levels, you can rest assured youre eating a healthy meal. A great roast chicken is a staple in many recipe arsenals. Its the perfect meal option for an elegant Continue reading >>

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  1. rowan

    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again!

  2. Robinredbreast

    rowan said: ↑
    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again! There's normally wheat/gluten,potato starch, sugars in these soups. We have to be so careful

  3. Bluetit1802

    Yes, tinned soup isn't wise without first checking the label. Far too much flour and very often potatoes. Sweetcorn isn't a wise choice either! Shame because as you say, it is always a handy quick meal.

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Learn how to make a Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe! - Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2012/0... for the ingredients, more recipe information, and over 675 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup!

Diabetic Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

Ingredients 2 (8 ounces each) boneless, skinless chicken breasts 6 cups water 1 can (14 1/2 ounces) fat-free, 1/3-less-sodium chicken broth 1/3 cup finely diced carrot 1 cup diced onion (approximately 1/2 large onion) 1/2 cup finely diced celery 1 teaspoon dried parsley 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon black pepper 4 ounces dry angel hair pasta (break noodles in half) Directions Place chicken, water, broth, carrot, onion, and celery in a one-gallon pot and bring to a boil. Cook until chicken is no longer pink (about 15 minutes). Remove chicken and skim any fat from broth (or refrigerate broth for 2 to 3 hours and then skim fat). Dice chicken into bite-size pieces. Return chicken to the skimmed broth along with all remaining ingredients. Place over high heat and return to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-high and boil gently until pasta is cooked (3 to 5 minutes). Serve right away; the pasta will continue to absorb liquid if the soup is left simmering. Yield: 8 cups. Serving size: 1 cup. Nutrition Facts Per Serving: Calories: 151 calories, Carbohydrates: 10 g, Protein: 21 g, Fat: 3 g, Saturated Fat: 1 g, Sodium: 276 mg, Fiber: <1 g Continue reading >>

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  1. rowan

    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again!

  2. Robinredbreast

    rowan said: ↑
    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again! There's normally wheat/gluten,potato starch, sugars in these soups. We have to be so careful

  3. Bluetit1802

    Yes, tinned soup isn't wise without first checking the label. Far too much flour and very often potatoes. Sweetcorn isn't a wise choice either! Shame because as you say, it is always a handy quick meal.

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Greetings! I spent the whole of my Saturday canning chicken soup from scratch. I had a look in my chest freezer and saw that I still had a bunch of chicken leg and thigh quarters in there from a 39 cents a pound sale about a year and a half ago. I bought a bunch and vacuum sealed them and tossed them in the depths of the freezer. You know, freezers are great, but they can really build up if you don't control what is in there! So I decided along with those chicken quarters, I also had some chicken soup scraps and a whole cut up chicken in there. In the pot (a giant pot) it went! Chicken, water, a couple onions, skin and all, a bunch of celery, root and all, about 4 carrots and a full head of garlic that I cut into four pieces and let it cook for about 3 hours. Really nice stock! I removed all the chicken and picked the meat, strained the stock twice and then removed as much of the fat (schmaltz) to save for use later (don't have a cow! Schmaltz is prized chicken fat used in pastry dough and chopped liver pate'!). I then washed 14 quart jars because that is what will fit in my canner. I put one chopped stalk of celery, one chopped carrot and 1/2 of a medium chopped onion in each jar raw. Then I topped that with shredded chicken and poured over the beautiful stock. I also added a teaspoon of salt per quart. You can choose to leave that out if you like. If you want any additional spices, now is the time to add them. I thought about adding some parsley but decided to add that when I serve it instead. I didn't want my stock to go all green on me. I got the jars ready by burping or de-bubbling them and I wiped the rims with a paper towel dipped in white vinegar to cut down any oils or fats that ended up on the rim that could preclude a good seal. Topped them off with hot rings and lids and put them in the pressure canner that Rick had prepped for me by adding about 3 quarts of water and a cup of white vinegar. I turned on the heat and waited for the canner to begin venting at a steady stream and then vented for at least 10 minutes. Then I placed my 10 pound weight on the pitcock and waited for the canner to come up to 10 pounds of pressure. Then I turned my heat down to medium (where I know the pressure will stay) You get to know where to set your burner on your own stove. You still need to keep a close eye on it, buy my burner set at 5 keeps my pressure right where I want it. Between 10 and 11 pounds of pressure. Set the timer for 90 minutes and wait. Stay close by so you can keep an eye on it. Remember, if your pressure drops below the recommended level for your area, you will need to restart your timer, once it gets to the proper pressure point. By the time the soup was processed, it was bed time so I simply turned off the heat and enjoyed a little television with my family. About an hour later, before I retired to bed, I made sure that the pressure gauge was at zero and removed the weight and took the lid off and then just set it back on loosely. The next morning I took the jars out, and let them cool on a towel on the counter and then removed the rings and washed them in hot soapy water. The chicken looked like it had fused together in some of the jars so I gave them a good shake to distribute the meat. They look great! They looked so good in fact, that Rick and I decided to have some for Breakfast. It was delicious and rich. In fact, when I go to prepare this for dinner I will add a half a jar of water to the soup to stretch it a bit. I figure that a quart will feed my family well for a dinner with either pasta, rice, barley, noodles or dumplings added to it. I also think that this is a great base for a quick and easy tortilla soup. I plan to add a jar of chopped tomatoes and a chipoltle pepper and simmer this then serve it with tortilla chips, cheese, Avocado and sour cream. Instant tortilla soup from food storage! Delicious! I hope that this inspires you to give canning chicken soup a try. It sure does beat the crap that they sell in the cans at the grocery story. I'm not going to tell you it was easy, because it wasn't, but it was certainly worth it. I hope you try it and I hope you love it! Happy Eating! Chicken Stock 101 Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUKnYc... Business Inquiries can be sent to: [email protected] Check me out on social media! Facebook: http://on.fb.me/12bdibt Twitter: @noreenskitchen Instagram: http://bit.ly/12bdqrp Google + http://bit.ly/1o5GMYy ***MAILING ADDRESS**** Noreen's Kitchen PO Box 14173 New Bern, NC 28561 Noreen's Kitchen Community Guidelines (The Rules) http://bit.ly/1gZcwJF Produced by Noreen's Kitchen 2008-2016 all rights reserved All embeds must live link to Noreen's Kitchen channel. No Editorial Excerpts without permission, Violators agree to pay $5,000 per second + $10 per view + all collections & lawyers fees.

Diabetics & Chicken Noodle Soup

Persons with diabetes face a very high risk of developing heart disease. A diet low in saturated fat, about 16 mg a day, and sodium, no more than 1,500 mg daily, and rich in whole grains and non-starchy vegetables will help protect you against cardiovascular disease. Properly prepared, chicken noodle soup makes a healthy choice on a diabetes diet. Video of the Day Choose whole-grain noodles for your soup, instead of noodles made of refined grains. Whole-grain food items make healthy diabetes choices because whole grains are rich in soluble fiber, a nutrient that may help stabilize your blood glucose levels, lower your blood pressure and reduce your low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. In addition, whole grains contain essential fatty acids, vitamin E and most of the B vitamins. Look for ingredient lists topped by 100 percent whole-wheat flour when shopping for noodles. Avoid noodles made from processed and refined grains, like those containing white or enriched wheat flour. Lean Chicken and Broth The healthiest protein sources are low in calories and saturated fat. For your soup, choose lean, skinless chicken breast over fatty cuts. Instead of chicken stock, try preparing your soup Continue reading >>

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  1. rowan

    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again!

  2. Robinredbreast

    rowan said: ↑
    I'm shocked! I usually make my own soup but last lot ran out last night and I was too hungry to wait after coming in from walking the dog, so had a tin of Heinz Chicken and Sweetcorn soup.
    I was 11.7 before the walk, and 17.7 aound 2 hours after the soup! It was 25 carbs a tin, and I've about a dozen tins of various flavours that I bought before joining here. I think I'd best look for the local food bank to donate them, can't see me risking those numbers again! There's normally wheat/gluten,potato starch, sugars in these soups. We have to be so careful

  3. Bluetit1802

    Yes, tinned soup isn't wise without first checking the label. Far too much flour and very often potatoes. Sweetcorn isn't a wise choice either! Shame because as you say, it is always a handy quick meal.

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