Quick and Easy Diabetics Chicken Bombay

Quick and Easy Diabetics Chicken Bombay that is Healthy for Anyone

This is a great recipe for diabetics with an almost even amount of carbs and protein per serving.  It is, however, a quick and easy main course for anyone.  This dish contains chicken, healthy almonds, apple, onion, mushrooms, etc.   The curry powder gives this dish great flavor.  This is a great entree to build your meal around.  You could add a simple salad for a really quick meal.  Or a salad, side dish, and dessert for a more elaborate meal.

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How to Make Kenyan Kuku na Nazi

Do you know how to make a Kuku na Nazi Recipe. This recipe is sometimes called Chicken with coconut Recipe. Whichever name you call it, we will teach you how to make it for your guests.

Today more people are concerned about Kenya healthy diets and looking for healthy recipes from Kenya that are quick and easy to prepare for busy lifestyles. We have many recipes on cheap-kenya-vaction-tips.com that fit into a variety of healthy eating plans, in addition to our ‘just plain taste good’ recipes from Kenya.


•2 3-lb chickens, cut into pieces
•5 inches fresh ginger, grated, or 2 tblsp. ground ginger
•20 small cloves garlic
•2 hot chilli peppers or 1 tsp. cayenne pepper
•1 medium Onion, sliced
•2 tblsp. Oil
•2 tblsp. Curry powder
•1/3 cup clarified butter
•1 bunch of fresh coriander, chopped
•1 tblsp. Whole cumin seeds, pounded
•4-6 cups coconut milk
•1 cup coconut cream


1. Wash the Chicken and pat it dry.
2. Pound the ginger, garlic, chillies, and curry powder with a mortar and pestle, or purée in a blender or food processor.
3. In a small skillet, sauté the onions in oil for 4–5 minutes, then add the spice purée and simmer.
4. Braise the Chicken in butter in a large skillet or stew pot.
5. When the Chicken pieces are golden brown, transfer the Onion/purée mixture to the Chicken pot.
6. Add coriander, cumin, and coconut oil, and cook until the Chicken is tender.
7. Pour coconut cream over the Chicken, remove pot from heat, and let stand until ready to serve.
8. To eat, spoon over rice.

Remember, if you are on a speciality diet, some of these recipes may suit you and some not. Please use your own knowledge and discretion when using these recipes to determine which are most suitable for you and the way you define healthy.

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Chicken Green Curry

Chicken without skin and fat is always a healthy protein rich food for all types of people even for those who are on a diet and who are affected with diabetes. Chicken can be cooked in any version from simple blended ingredients to a heavily spiced version.  Something different is chicken green curry. Now let’s get the recipe.

To Serve: 4


Chicken (skinless) – 400 Gms.
Onion – 200 Gms
Curry powder – 1 teaspoon
Spices (cardamom, cinnamon, elaichi, anise) – as per taste
Oil – 50 ml
Salt – as per taste

To Grind:

Coconut – 1 piece
Fresh coriander – 1 bunch
Mint leaver – ½ bunch
Curry leaves – ½ bunch
Green chill – 4
Garlic – 3 medium cloves
Poppy seeds – ½  teaspoon


Cut and wash the chicken. Cut onion into fine pieces. Grind all the ingredients given to grind. Keep a heavy bottom pan on the stove to let it heat then add oil once it is heated add the spices and fry till it changes color and then add cut onion to it and fry till light golden brown. Now add the curry powder then after an minute add the ground mixture and add salt required for the whole dish. If the gravy content is thick add little water. Let the gravy cook well this process has to be done in low flame, after this add the chicken pieces and cook the food till the chicken is done. This is a semi gravy item goes good with toast, boiled or steamed rice or roti and chappati.

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Creamy Curry Lemon Chicken

Recipe for a Delicious Creamy Curry Lemon Chicken. Okay for Diabetics!

Are you tired of serving boneless skinless chicken breasts in the same old way week after week?  If the answer is yes, you should try this recipe for Creamy Curry Lemon Chicken.  This recipe is easy to prepare and bakes for 30 to 40 minutes giving you time to prepare the rest of your meal, set the table, check the kids homework, etc while it is in the oven.  If you are worried about the “creamy” being unhealthy, rest assured it is okay.  Ingredients for the sauce include fat-free sour cream and light mayonnaise, keeping this recipe in the healthy category.  This recipe is also okay for the diabetics among your family and friends.


1/2 cup fat-free sour cream
1/4 cup light mayonnaise
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp curry powder
1/2 tsp Splenda granular
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (about 1 lb)
2 slices whole wheat bread, ground into fine crumbs
nonstick cooking spray

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Rinse chicken breasts and pat dry; set aside.

In a small bowl, combine the sour cream, mayonnaise, lemon juice, curry powder, Splenda granular, salt and pepper stirring until well blended.

Coat a 9-inch pie pan or baking dish with the nonstick cooking spray.  Arrange the chicken breasts in the pan.  Spoon the sour cream mixture evenly over the chicken breasts.  Sprinkle the bread crumbs over the sour cream mixture.  Bake in 400 degree oven for 30 to 40 minutes or until the chicken is no longer pink in the center and the juices run clear.


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