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Yield: 6 servings

2 1/2 lb Chicken pieces; skinned -unsweetened
2 Chicken Bouillon cubes; 1/2 c Juice from pineapple;
-Borden Low Sodium 1 ts Light soy sauce;
1 tb Margarine; 2 tb Flour;
1 c Green pepper; diced (1 med. ds Pepper;
-pepper) 4 1/2 c Rice; cooked
1 c Radishes; thinly sliced Chow mein noodles; optional
1 c Pineapple chunks; canned,

Simmer the chicken in water with bouillon cubes. Remove meat from
bones and cut into chunks. Save 1 cup of chicken broth. While
chicken is cooking, melt margarine in frying pan or wok and saute the
radishes, green peppers, and pineapple until crisp tender, but not
brown. (Put rice on to cook.) Mix 1 cup saved chicken broth with 1/2
cup pineapple juice and 1 tsp. soy sauce. Add to pan.

Mix flour with 1 Tb. cold water and stir to remove lumps. Add to
vegetables. Add cut up chicken and a dash of pepper, and cook until
everything is hot. Serve over rice. If desired, sprinkle chow mein
noodles on top. Serves 6. (Portion is 3/4 cup mixture served over
3/4 cup cooked rice.)

Nutrients per serving: Calories 320, fat 7g, cholesterol 58mg,
carbohydrate 39g, sodium 314mg.

Exchanges: Bread 2 1/2, Meat 2.

Source: There IS Life after Lettuce by Pepper Durcholz, Alberta
Gentry, Carolyn Williams, M.S.

Formatted for Meal-Master by Joyce Burton.

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Aloha Chicken<br /> Yield: 6 servings<br /> <br />  2 1/2 lb Chicken pieces; skinned                  -unsweetened<br />      2    Chicken Bouillon cubes;           1/2 c  Juice from pineapple;<br />           -Borden Low Sodium                  1 ts Light soy sauce;<br />      1 tb Margarine;                          2 tb Flour;<br />      1 c  Green pepper; diced (1 med.           ds Pepper;<br />           -pepper)                        4 1/2 c  Rice; cooked<br />      1 c  Radishes; thinly sliced                  Chow mein noodles; optional<br />      1 c  Pineapple chunks; canned,      <br /> <br />  Simmer the chicken in water with bouillon cubes. Remove meat from<br />  bones and cut into chunks.  Save 1 cup of chicken broth. While<br />  chicken is cooking, melt margarine in frying pan or wok and saute the<br />  radishes, green peppers, and pineapple until crisp tender, but not<br />  brown. (Put rice on to cook.) Mix 1 cup saved chicken broth with 1/2<br />  cup pineapple juice and 1 tsp. soy sauce.  Add to pan.<br />  <br />  Mix flour with 1 Tb. cold water and stir to remove lumps. Add to<br />  vegetables.  Add cut up chicken and a dash of pepper, and cook until<br />  everything is hot. Serve over rice. If desired, sprinkle chow mein<br />  noodles on top.  Serves 6.  (Portion is 3/4 cup mixture served over<br />  3/4 cup cooked rice.)<br />  <br />  Nutrients per serving:  Calories 320, fat 7g, cholesterol 58mg,<br />  carbohydrate 39g, sodium 314mg.<br />  <br />  Exchanges:  Bread 2 1/2, Meat 2.<br />  <br />  Source:  There IS Life after Lettuce by Pepper Durcholz, Alberta<br />  Gentry, Carolyn Williams, M.S.<br />  <br />  Formatted for Meal-Master by Joyce Burton.<br /> <br />

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