Ww Raspberry Balsamic Chicken

Ww Raspberry Balsamic Chicken created by Marg CaymanDesigns

Excellent weight watchers recipe altered to match my tastes.

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  • Cut chicken into bite sized pieces. Salt and pepper to taste. Dredge in flour, shaking excess flour from the meat.
  • Cook chicken in a nonstick skillet or wok on medium heat approximately 15 minutes. Remove chicken from skillet.
  • Mix broth, cornstarch and preserves in skillet over medium heat. Stir in vinegar. Add chicken. Cook approximately 10 minutes, turning after 5.
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  1. sonia a.
    I tried this recipe last night and it came out delicious. I did not have ckn breasts, so I tried it with thighs & they turned out great. My husband loved it.
  2. godbreathed01
    The method for this stir fry is excellent. The flavors were very bland, though. That being said, it needs a lot of punch from Asian spice, and using rice wine vinegar. I did modify adding both of those, but not enough. I also used pork, because that is what I had, and it came out very well. But the method was very good. I added a lot of veggies to the last simmer--peppers, mushrooms, snow peas, carrot, broccoli, zucchini. They came out perfectly tender crisp. I can see this method working well with coconut milk instead of broth as well. Won't quite meet WW points, but nice for Thai recipes. Thank you.
  3. godbreathed01
    The method for this stir fry is excellent. The flavors were very bland, though. That being said, it needs a lot of punch from Asian spice, and using rice wine vinegar. I did modify adding both of those, but not enough. I also used pork, because that is what I had, and it came out very well. But the method was very good. I added a lot of veggies to the last simmer--peppers, mushrooms, snow peas, carrot, broccoli, zucchini. They came out perfectly tender crisp. I can see this method working well with coconut milk instead of broth as well. Won't quite meet WW points, but nice for Thai recipes. Thank you.
  4. lckennyx
    I've tried this recipe twice using Smuckers Raspberry Simply Fruit, increasing chicken broth to almost 1cup (an equal half of 14.5-ounce can) and decreasing vinegar to 1 tablespoon (personal preference). I used coconut oil (probably add'l points), added stir fry vegetables after removing the chicken from pan which increased cooking time. Love the flavor--not overpowering. Love the ease and fast preparation. The only other suggestion I would make is to increase corn starch to 2 teaspoons. On both attempts there was plenty of sauce but too thin. Excellent.
  5. Satyne
    Opted not to flour the chicken or thicken the sauce, added carrots, bok choy, shallots and eggplant. I happen to have raspberry wine vinegar so I used T of Balsamic and 1/2 T raspberry vinegar. Served on rice and it is delicious!
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