That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could assist you..
Am I the only one that actually likes the old chicken breast? I put in on a piece of rye bread with little mustard and mayo and I have no problem getting it down. I have not tried the new chargrilled chicken breast yet. Maybe it will prove to me my new favorite?!?!?!..
I've honestly never had a problem with any of the foods. One time there was one item that was a little stale which made the taste less than desirable, but that was it..
I guess I have a cast iron stomach and numb taste buds...
I like both versions, myself. The old one is good sliced up on a salad and the new one is great on a toasted lite wheat english muffin with a little olive oil mayo..
I, personally, couldn't tell too much of a difference between the 2. Maybe I'm missing something but all I could notice was that the texture was slightly different. I like both of them though...mainly because I get to eat it on a bun, lol...
I actually like the old Chicken Breast better - the new one is two mushy in my opinion...
We are all so different in likes and dislikes. I think the new one tastes more like chicken than the old one did...
I have 3 chicken breast patties- the old ones- if anyone wants to trade for them...I'll pretty much take anything.
Pm me if interested!!!..
This sounds like a dumb question, but did you cook it first and then rinse it off? Also, why did you rinse it off?.
Thanks in advance,.
Karen, have you tried the chicken yet, either the old or new one? It comes packaged in a really gooey, slimey, gross, smelly slime!.
Most people wash it off before preparing it! But you don't have to!..
This is a great idea, but I have to ask - where did you find an 80-calorie light wheat bun that you can buy only one of? Is there a brand that matches these stats?.
Thanks... I forgot to rinse it .. I used the chicken breast pattie not the grilled one I guess cut it up in fine strips and then cut it up the oppsite way... I used the ff sour cream, ff mayo, dill relish, celery powder & onion powder... mixed put it on a bed of lettuce and added the 4 melba roasted garlic snacks and the best I can figure it is 275.4 calories... Thanks for the idea... Hugs, Molly..
A variation on a great chicken breast patty receipe.
Fry half a chopped onion with pam and tsp of canola oil.
Cut breast in half through center making two thin halves.
Sprinkle both sides with garlic powder and onion powder and salt.
Dip halves into beaten egg until completely covered.
Roll halves into bread crumbs.
Put halves in fry pan surrounded by onions.
Fry until golden brown on both sides. serve with onions on top.
What you have is a very crispy and tasty chicken dish..
You can't just buy one, you have to buy a pack of 8. I freeze half of them and use the other 4 usually each week for hamburgers etc. I get the Bunny Lite Wheat or Holsum Lite Wheat I live in south MS. Don't know if you get those brands but if you can find a lite wheat in any brand it usually runs around 80-90 cals. This is what is allowed on the plan...
I made another version of this the last few nights. I used 1/4 of an apple cut up small, a small stalk of celery cut up small, pepper, onion powder, light mayo, light sour cream (Just enough of each to make it moist) squirt of mustard and a pack of splenda and ate it on Kashi's Honey Sesame crackers to count for my bun. Of course I had alot left over so I ate the rest by itself..
It was really good. I can't stand ff mayo or sour cream but if you like that, you could add pecans chopped up for the fat serving. This would be good on whole wheat crackers or a wheat bun too. Reminder, I am using the new chicken breast...