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Chicken and Rice Soup

Renal Diet Nutrient Analysis

  • Servings per recipe: 8
  • Serving size:

Nutrient Analysis

  • Calories: 160
  • Protein: 14g
  • Carbohydrates: 19g
  • Fibre: 2g
  • Total Fat: 3g
  • Sodium: 221mg
  • Phosphorus: 90mg
  • Potassium: 251mg

Renal and Diabetic Exchanges

Renal:
1 protein
1 starch
1 vegetable

Diabetic:
1 Carbohydrate choice

Ingredients

•3 Cup Mirepoix:
(1 Cup white onion, finely chopped
1 Cup celery, diced
1 Cup baby carrot, chopped)
•2 Tbsp Extra virgin oil
•¾ Cup instant white rice, uncooked
•½ tsp fresh ground black pepper
•4 fresh thyme sprigs
•1 bay leaf
•10 cups No salt added chicken/vegetable broth
•2 boneless skinless chicken breasts, cooked and cubed
•2 Tbsp lime juice

Directions

1. In a large pot, sautee onion, carrot, and celery in olive oil until softened
2. Add stock, rice, bay leaf, fresh thyme, and pepper. Bring to a boil
3. Reduce heat, and simmer for 15 minutes.
4. Add cubed and cooked chicken. Simmer for 10 minutes.
5. Remove bay leaf and add lime juice.

Chicken and Rice Soup, 3.5 out of 5 based on 26 ratings

Reviews

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I like this chicken soup

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i just finished making this tonight and its delicious! at the end we added more lemon juice and Valentina sauce to add spice to it

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I have just started a low potassium diet and am trying to learn! Is it necessary to use instant rice or can I use regular rice. I think I am finding that processed food is less in potassium, am I correct? I always make my own stock so know it is salt free.
Thanks in advance for any help. Barbara

    Reviewed on by

    Hi Barbara! You’re in the right place if you’re looking for low potassium meal ideas. I’m going to check with our team of dietitians and get back to you about the rice question as soon as possible. Making your own stock is a great way to reduce sodium! Thanks for your question.