Is chicken a healthy ingredient or food?
It depends on if you add it with a veggie
also it depends how you cook it.
so if you deep fry it then no but if you oven cook it with slight oil then yes
also it depends how you cook it.
so if you deep fry it then no but if you oven cook it with slight oil then yes
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food that have equal amount of all nutrients are good for health. Also you can say vegetable is too~~~
15.6 percent rat poison, 56 percent corn, 4 percent raw petroleum, and 100 percent CRAP.
While some foods when fried are not as healthy as when prepared in other ways, chicken is generally a healthier food. Healthy Chickens Generally, yes. Chickens contain protein, which is essential for our health and that makes them healthy for us.
Salt, dairy solids, rice flour, hydrolysed vegetable protein (soy and corn), wheat starch, yeast extract, chicken fat, sugar, vegetable powders, hydrolysed corn/wheat/soy protein, corn syrup, monosodium gluramate (E0621), herbs spices and/or extracts, tricalcium phosphate (E341iii), Vegetable oil - …soy bean (refined), disodium isonate (E0631), disodium guanylate (E0627), benzyl alcohol, butylated hydr anisole (E0320), Citric Acid (E0330) (MORE)
Yes, teriyaki chicken is healthy. A 4 ounce serving of this dish is130 calories and contains 4.5 grams of fat.
It really depends on the brand. There are different ingredients for every type of chicken hot dog.
Healthy foods contain various minerals and nutrients that help your body to function properly and to the best of it's ability, making your body healthy. For example, many healthy foods contain Vitamin B's, which help your metabolism, so you can burn calories efficiently and properly. This lowers the… amount of fat and cholesterol in your body, so there is less of a chance of heart and carious other diseases. (MORE)
Well, healthy foods are healthy because they contain nutrients andother vitamins for your body. You also need a certian amount of thenutrients and vitamins to be healthy. And when your healthy, you'reliving healthy. Did that answer your question?
Of the thirty-eight ingredients it takes to make a McNugget, I counted thirteen that can be derived from corn: the corn-fed chicken itself; modified cornstarch (to bind the pulverized chicken meat); mono-, tri-, and diglycerides (emulsifiers, which keep the fats and water from separating); dextrose;… lecithin (another emulsifier); chicken broth (to restore some of the flavor that processing leeches out); yellow corn flour and more modified cornstarch (for the batter); cornstarch (a filler); vegetable shortening; partially hydrogenated corn oil; and citric acid as a preservative. (MORE)
There are thousands worldwide and each have different mixes of available grains. In North America the main ingredient is often corn, whereas in Asia rice is plentiful and corn is not. Soy is often the protein source. While the ingredients may vary the nutritional analysis should remain a near co…nstant. 18% crude protein 3% crude fats 5% crude fiber 1% calcium .70% phosphorus Less than .15% sondium Vitamin A 8000 IU Vitamin D3 2500 IU Vitamin E 15 IU (MORE)
Dark Chocolate is an especially healthy chocolate. It contains nutrients such as iron, calcium and potassium, and vitamins A. B1, C, D, and E. A 1 1/2-ounce square of chocolate may have as many cancer-fighting antioxidants as a five-ounce glass of red wine.. Depends on what type. Chocolate that you… buy from the shop is packed with sugar but chocolate the way the Aztecs made it was actually REALLY good for you but it is a little bitter (Aztecs made it in a drink form). (MORE)
The ingredient of a chicken is the bird itself. Some people mightadd flour, salt, pepper, and other things to the bird beforecooking, however.
Well most foods are healthy just that some food have a lot of sugar in them. Fruit and Veg are the main healthy food but cakes and chocolate are high in sugar. if fry the food is going to have more fat but if you grill it will have less fat
Well...I am eating them right at this moment! Unfortunately the packets been thrown away so i can't tell you at the moment. But I know not a lot of it is really chicken! . Hope this helps!
Here is a basic recipe found online for Tempura batter. Dip the chicken in the batter and deep fry to enjoy. I've made my own Tempura batter with flour, salt and water and it has worked just fine.. 1/2 cup flour 1/2 cup cornstarch 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon s…ugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 egg 2/3 cup ice water Oil for deep frying (MORE)
Chicken Fritters contain: chicken, salt, parsley, lemon juice, all purpose flour, baking powder, eggs, and milk.. Please refer to the link below "Recipeland" for a good Chicken Fritter recipe.
Healthy food is "nutrient dense". A nutrient dense food has a low ratio of calories to nutrients. For example, a spinach leaf is loaded with nutrients with very few calories. Healthy food is also satisfying. A satisfying food fills you up without a ton of calories. For example, a potato chip packs …a load of calories, but it takes a load of them to fill you up. The best meals are both satisfying and nutrient dense. For example, a spinach salad with grilled chicken is both satisfying and nutrient dense. (MORE)
3 to 4 lb chicken, cut into 8 parts(2 breasts, 2 thighs, 2 legs, 2 wings) excluding the back . Olive oil . Salt and freshly ground pepper . 1/2 cup of chicken stock* or white wine for the gravy (optional) 1 Preheat oven to 400Â°F. Rinse chicken pieces in water and pat dry with paper towels.… Coat the bottom of a roasting pan with olive oil. Rub some olive oil over all of the chicken pieces in the roasting pan. Sprinkle both sides of the chicken pieces with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Arrange the pieces skin-side up in the roasting pan so the largest pieces are in the center (the breasts) and there is a little room between pieces so they aren't crowded in the pan. 2 Cook for 30 minutes at 400Â°F. Then lower the heat to 350Â°F and cook for 10-30 minutes more (approximately 14 to 15 minutes per pound total cooking time) until juices run clear (not pink) when poked with a sharp knife or the internal temperature of the chicken breasts is 170Â°F and the thighs 185Â°. If your chicken pieces aren't browning to your satisfaction, you can put them under the broiler for the last 5 minutes of cooking, until browned sufficiently. 3 Remove roasting pan from oven. Remove chicken from roasting pan to a serving plate. Tent with aluminum foil and let rest for 5 to 10 minutes before serving. 4 To make gravy for the chicken, take the roasting pan with its drippings and place on a medium setting on the stovetop. Use a metal spatula to scrape up the drippings stuck to the bottom of the pan. Add a quarter cup of white wine or chicken stock* to the pan to help deglaze the drippings from the pan. (MORE)
1lb bonelesschicken breast, cut into 1 inch pieces 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 teaspoon light sesame oil or 2 teaspoons vegetable oil. 3 tablespoons green onions 2 garlic cloves, minced 1/4 -11/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes.
Yes it is. Its a much better choice than frying it. Just don't use any oil or butter when cooking it. Grilled chicken is good for you too.
Yes, because roasted chicken has proteins that we need, and roasted chicken tastes really good.
Vegetables but particularly dark green vegetables, fruits (but some fruits more than others), quality protein and certain beneficial fats and oils. In addition, organic food is much better than non organic food.
Chicken broth powder is not that healthy, but it is also not badfor you. Many people use to flavor soups and even vegetables.
No. Curry makes you smell really bad. A very hazardous side effect. It can be compared to old person smell only one hundred times worse and cannot be washed away.
You can find healthy ingredients a health store, for instance; raw honey, unprocessed foods, flour, sea salt, flavorings etc.
there are lots of healthy foods but none are good to eat on there own. You have to eat them as part of a balanced diet. If you look at a food pyramid, carbs make up the bottom, then fruits and veg etc, then both meats and dairy follow and fats are on top.
Sazonador Total Seasoning from Goya contains granulated garlic,granulated onion, monosodium glutamate or MSG, salt, parsley,oregano, cumin, and tricalcium phosphate. It's considered acomplete seasoning.
That depends largely on how the chicken is prepared and how much of it you feed to the dog. Some of the best home-made dog food is made with boiled chicken. However, fried or deep fried chicken are generally not a good idea.
Healthy ingredients are not natural ingredients. Salt is a natural ingredient, yet too much is not good for you. Healthy ingredients would be considered natural, and then the quantity to see if it's okay, but calories is also important too. :)
As the cooking method drains all the fat off the meat and if the skin is removed after cooking the meat will have even less fat, this therefore makes the meat more healthier to eat.
Chicken broth is just the juices aka the drippings from chicken so it is healthly
No, no it really isn't. Rabbits cannot digest the grains the form chicken food, it will cause gut obstructions and make them very very sick.
yeah like apples An ingredient can be anything in a prepared item's contents. Not all are food items, for example, preservatives, thickening agents, colorings, etc. are all "ingredients" in food that are not actually food. Non food items like toothpaste etc. also have ingredients, the bulk of whic…h/none of which are not food. (MORE)
That's almost rhetorical, you make food from ingredients but can also make ingredients from food. The simple answer is yes.
First, start with a pot. A chicken would then be helpful. Maybe chuck in some water.
It gets its ingredients from banana juice which is injected to the chicken after it has been boiled for 1 hour to make the meat easily absorbent to the marinade.
No. Fried foods are not healthy. It depends on how often you eat them. Normally, fried foods are high in fat and carbs.
Health is usually defined by how free we are of disease and howmuch vitality we have in general. Things that are natural arefamiliar to the body and provide the body with the things it needsto maitain its natural healthy state. If we give it processed food,it gets confused and does not know how to u…tilize it because it isso unfamiliar. (MORE)
Probably one of the worst thing a human can eat. Fried foods spike your cholesterol and increase the fat in your body.
There are a few ingredients one can add to food to make it more healthy. For example, you can add quinoa to any dish to provide fiber in which will help you feel fuller for a longer amount of time.
Your question is a bit of a fallacy, since any truly healthy food is healthy. However, there are clearly many unhealthy foods which are advertised as having health benefits, but this does not necessarily make them healthy. For example, pretty much any type of gummy sweet could carry the health cla…im "low in fat" on the packaging, since it is true - sugar contains no fat. Many could also carry the claim "low in salt", but again, this does not mean they are a healthy foodstuff. What you'll find these days, however, is that most gummy sweets make the claim "no artificial additives, colourings, flavourings or preservatives" - or something along those lines. Once again, it is a true claim, but it promotes the naturalistic fallacy - that natural products are safer/more desirable/healthier/lower calorie than "unnatural" things. You may notice that a similar rationale is implied by labeling something "organic"; even though, rationally, most people realise that an organic biscuit is likely to carry the same amount of calories, fat and sugar as a regular non-organic biscuit, there is still a feeling that, in some way, the organic biscuit is healthier/more special. You may also notice gummy sweets claiming that they're "25% fruit juice!" or sometime similar. I assume this is meant to make them sound better than "75% sugar!". The fruit juice claim is designed to give the impression that it's a healthier product than it actually is. Another weird claim which finds its way onto packaging is the "contains (this many portions) of your 5 fruit and veg a day". One portion of fruit/veg is considered to be 80g of uncooked fruit/veg. But this claim can still make it's way onto packaging if the fruit/veg has come from a concentrate (80g of fruit which has then been concentrated becomes a tiny amount), or if it was 80g of fruit which has been dried etc... This means that, in some instances, you will find products making a claim about being part of your 5-a-day, without actually being able to see fruit or vegetables in the product. For example, a well-known brand of tinned spaghetti claims to be one of your 5-a-day, on the basis of the amount of tomato concentrate in the sauce. To me, being able to put these kind of claims on heavily processed goods completely misconstrues the idea of 5-a-day, giving the impression that the goods are over-all healthy, when in many instances they are not. However, you will also see products which do contain fruit/vegetables which claim to be part of your 5-a-day - e.g fresh fruit salad pots. This seems a perfectly legitimate use of the claim. Another slightly odd health claim is one which makes it's way onto a particular brand of microwaveable oatmeal breakfast cereal, sold in a variety of flavours in the UK. It claims to lower your cholesterol, and it is true that eating oats can lower your cholesterol. However, you would have to eat at least three bowls of the cereal per day to experience any cholesterol lowering effect, which would not be a great idea in itself due to the high sugar of the cereal. Recently, you may have noticed a decline in the amount of yoghurt adverts and probiotic drink adverts which make claims that they "keep your tummy happy/less bloated" etc... These claims had to be withdrawn due to lack of evidence. Although there is evidence to suggest that in a very specific group of people, probiotic capsules prepared under medical conditions using specific bacteria in an enteric coated capsule may benefit their health, this claim cannot be applied to yoghurt/probiotic drinks, because of the variability in bacteria, bacteria levels, and the tendency for stomach acid to kill off the bacteria before it reaches your gut. (The enteric coating of the capsules prevents the bacteria being killed by your stomach acid). Finally, you may have noticed a trend for products to become fortified with various vitamins and minerals, particularly if a certain one is becoming very popular: For example, a few years ago, omega 3's were the new fad, and many manufacturers began to fortify their foods with omega 3's. These days the data on omega 3's and health is more varied than it was, and it's not easy to draw a straightforward conclusion from it. Not that that matters hugely, since the level to which manufacturers fortified their foods was pretty tiny anyway; they only had to add a tiny amount in order to put that claim on their packaging, and were inclined to only add a tiny amount due to the cost, and the fact that omega 3's tend to turn rancid more easily than other oils. However being able to stick the claim "with added omega 3" on their packaging still managed to give the impression that their product had health benefits when in many cases that was not true. These days, vitamin D seems to be becoming the new omega 3. It has recently been added to cornflakes, and in the UK there is now a couple of brands of yoghurts which advertise with the suggestion that if you don't eat their particular yoghurt which is fortified with vitamin D, you will break a hip. Although there probably are not any side-effects from consuming foods fortified with omega 3/vitamin D (because generally the fortification is tiny), it is the health claim that goes with it which sometimes gives the misleading impression that a product is more healthy than it actually is; it's still best to read the ingredients and nutritional analysis. (MORE)
"Other ingredients" can refer to anything, but a list of a few of the ingredients that are involved in this dish are 2 large eggs, 3 slices of lemon and 1/3 cup of sugar.
The main ingredients that are needed for a chicken wrap are tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, mayonnaise (or ranch) and most importantly the chicken breasts.
The main ingredients of Chicken Cordon Bleu include chicken. Similarly, use other ingredients such as salt, pepper, cheese, ham and bread crumbs to create the dish.
Yes, carbohydrates are healthy and your body needs them. They are aquick source of energy. Foods high in carbohydrates include bread,cake, sugar, potatoes, cereal etc. The problem with carbohydratesis that people tend to eat too much of them and/or the wrong typeswhich can lead to weight gain.
the human body needs a vast variety of nutrition, therefore you need to incorporate the different types of food evenly and sufficiently. Too much of one food is not healthy at all especially water. fruit, nuts, whole grains are just some of the few that are healthy.
Peanut oil, boneless chicken breast, garlic, soy sauce, grated ginger, chicken flavour ramen noodle soup, water and mixed vegetables are all the ingredients of a typical Chicken Lo Mein recipe.
Chicken and spices. A rotisserie chicken is a chicken that is put on a spit (this is the thing that spins), and then it is put into a special rotisserie oven where it rotates and cooks.
The main ingredients in a chicken satay are: Chicken, lemon grass, shallot, garlic, chillies, turmeric, dark soy, fish sauce, vegetable oil, brown sugar, coriander.
Both kinds of food are edible. Also healthy foods and non healthy foods contain many of the same ingredients but there are extra ingredients that are not good for humans in not healthy food.