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Saute of Chicken with Apples & Leeks

September/October 1996, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Fragrant with flavors of fall, this easy chicken sauté turns a weeknight supper into a special occasion.



READER'S COMMENT:
"If this is for diabetic why add the sugar? Maybe a little honey instead. Great recipe Thank you "
Saute of Chicken with Apples & Leeks

4 Reviews for Saute of Chicken with Apples & Leeks

05/14/2011
Excellent taste!

I've made this several times in the past few years, and it always surprises me how good it is. Very simple to make; I omit the sugar and let the leeks do their own thing.

I cut the chicken broth back to about a half cup to reduce the amount of liquid, and also add a few Tbsp. of heavy cream at the end just before the chicken is re-added to the pan to warm up. Doesn't add a lot of calories, and gives a nice creaminess to the sauce.

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12/26/2009
Anonymous

If this is for diabetic why add the sugar?

Maybe a little honey instead.

Great recipe

Thank you

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12/23/2009
Anonymous

We use a lot of boneless chicken breasts and usually just grill them. This recipe was a real success. The flavors were great and the chicken moist. Will definately make again. Would love to know if this can be frozen, as I like to prepare for future use.

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12/22/2009
Anonymous

I made this for dinner last night, it was fantastic!

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