Back to top

Indonesian and International Recipes

Homemade Napa Almond Chicken Salad Sandwich friendly diabetes recipe

Share on :

Homemade Napa Almond Chicken Salad Sandwich

 friendly diabetes recipe

For diabetics eating a meal was not like before diabetes. So many restrictions and warnings on each menu are served. Often people with diabetes find it difficult when they have to eat food that is not according to taste. Few breaking taboos will raise blood sugar levels.

Keep in mind the type of content of foods to watch out for people with diabetes.
- carbohydrate
- protein
- fat
- fiber
carbohydrate content of food is the most rapid increase in blood sugar than protein and fat.

Here is one recipe that might arouse your appetite.


Makes 4 or more servings.

3 cups shredded roasted or rotisserie chicken, skin removed
1 cup red grapes, cut in half
2/3 cup finely chopped celery
1/3 cup sliced almonds, honey roasted or plain roasted


1/2 cup low-fat or light mayonnaise (or nonfat plain Greek yoghurt)
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1/4 teaspoon black pepper

Garnish (optional):

8 leaves romaine lettuce
8 slices of tomato

In a medium bowl, combine shredded chicken, grapes, celery, and almonds.
In a small bowl, combine dressing ingredients with whisk or spoon until smooth and blended.
Drizzle dressing over the chicken and grape mixture and stir to blend.
Spoon chicken mixture onto bread to make 4 or more sandwiches. Garnish with lettuce and tomato, if desired.

Per serving, including bread (if 4 per recipe): 500 calories, 42 g protein, 51 g carbohydrate, 14 g fat,
2.6 g saturated fat, 6 g monounsaturated fat, 5 g polyunsaturated fat, 96 mg cholesterol, 7 g fiber, 764 mg sodium.
Calories from fat: 25%. Omega-3 fatty acids = 0.4 gram, omega-6 fatty acids = 4.5 grams.

Source :