Making Carbs Count chicken, the nutrition of chicken, Miguel Barclay One Pound Meals

KITLIVING

MAKING CARBS COUNT

revealed today at a reception in Parliament.

Coinciding with the launch of its report,

'Leading the Way in the Responsible Use

of Antibiotics', the industry reinforced

the leading role it has on this subject.

Antibiotic use is an incredibly important

subject for both animal and human health.

The British poultry sector has taken a lead

in understanding its own use and impact,

and we hope that others will follow suit.

Since 2011 we have worked with the

Veterinary Medicines Directorate to collect

accurate poultry-specific data, and we

are delighted that we have reduced our

use of antibiotics by 44%. Our priority

remains the health of our birds, and the

responsible therapeutic use of antibiotics

is crucial."

Chicken out

Two quick tips when handling raw

chicken: always remember to wash

your hand thoroughly after handling raw

chicken and also eggs, and don't touch

anything else in the kitchen until you have

done so.

Never wash chicken in water (this was

a habit with some people but it's been

found that this can increase your risk

of food poisoning from campylobacter

bacteria (the most common cause of food

poisoning in the UK). Splashing water from

washing chicken under a tap can spread

the bacteria on to hands, work surfaces,

clothing, and cooking equipment. Water

droplets can travel more than 50cm in

every direction. Only a few campylobacter

cells are needed to cause food poisoning. RESOURCES

For news on the UK's chicken

farming industry, see the British

Poultry organization:

britishpoultry.org.uk

America's National Chicken

Council has a 'Chickopedia'

which explains about terms such

as free range, farm raised, natural, organic,

and enhanced:

nationalchickencountil.org

And there's the upsides of organic chicken from Organic

Facts:

organicfacts.net/chicken

(per 140g, or one cup chopped or

diced): 230 calories (12%), 43g protein

(87%), zero carbs, 5g fat. Vitamins and

minerals: 20mg Niacin (96%), 0.8mg

Vitamin B6 (42%), 40mg Selenium

(55%), 320mg Phosphorus (32%),

40mg Magnesium (10%), 1.4mg Zinc

(9%)1.5mg Iron (8%),

Percentage Daily Values (%DV) are for

adults or children aged 4 or older, and

are based on a 2,000 calorie reference

diet. Your daily values may be higher or

lower based on your individual needs.

Source: SELFNutritionData

NUTRITION OF

CHICKEN

continued over

'Oven-fried'

chicken and slaw

by Miguel Barclay

"By using the secret

ingredient of a beaten

egg in the coating, this

recipe is able to recreate

the delicious taste and

texture of your favourite

fried chicken but using an

oven. This also makes my

'oven-fried' chicken a much

healthier alternative. For the

southern fried seasoning,

I have a great One Pound

Meals money saving (and

space saving) cheat for you! We all know that the Colonel has a secret

blend of 11 herbs and spices, well, if you Google it, you'll find most of

them are found in 1 jar of Cajun spice!" - Miguel Barclay. This recipe

comes from his book, One Pound Meals.

For the full recipe, click the image to download a PDF, or click HERE.

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