At last–a stir-fry recipe that’s not loaded with MSG and other high-sodium ingredients. The vibrant flavor in this chicken
dish comes from mandarin oranges, green onions, low-sodium soy sauce and fresh ginger. See our collection of Low-Sodium Recipes for more ways to reduce sodium in your diet.
Rotisserie chickens from the grocery store deli are often high in sodium because of the salty seasonings that are added. It’s
easy to make your own roasted chicken and season with just a small amount of salt along with garlic, peppercorns and lemon
Fried chicken goes healthy when you pan-fry in a small amount of oil and add whole wheat flour and spices to the coating mixture.
When you add flavor with ginger, paprika, cinnamon and nutmeg, you don’t need to use as much salt.
Soy sauce, fresh ginger, cilantro, jalapeño peppers, green onions, and Chinese rice wine provide the Asian flavors for this
make-ahead chicken dish. The chicken becomes more flavorful after it soaks in the wine marinade overnight.
Combine yogurt with a spice blend of paprika, onion powder, chili powder and cayenne pepper to make a marinade for the chicken
strips. Grill the chicken on skewers and serve with a dipping sauce of honey mustard and sour cream.
This dish gives a Southwestern accent to the grilled chicken with the addition of crisp corn tortillas and toppings such as
shredded lettuce, chopped avocado, pickled jalapeño peppers and queso fresco cheese.