The chicken dish I made for dinner yesterday was easy and really tasty, but is it healthy? (It’s the cheese that concerns me) So I’m looking-up and add together all of the nutritional facts for the ingredients. The new scale I bought came in very handy for calculating these numbers. Each of my chicken breasts came in around 9 ounces.
After I butterfly them, which just means cut them in half, each piece of chicken now weighs about 4.5 ounces.
I again used supertracker to find the nutritional information for most of this (except the cheese and the oil which I just took of the product label) The food tracker didn’t calculate based on half ounces so I just used 5 ounces for the chicken weight. This is what I came up with for the chicken:
Pretty darn good! I was worried about the cheese, but I didn’t really use that much so it wasn’t too bad. I think I can now safely say that we will be adding this to our healthier food diet. In case you’re curious here are the numbers for the whole meal. Pretty good numbers, fast, easy, and delicious, SCORE!