What Medifast recipes/Dishes do you use your horseradish sauce in or on top of?

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My question is What Medifast recipes/Dishes do you use your horseradish sauce in or on top of? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Another question... I have not had my.


Yet and I've noticed that a lot of people get sick from chicken. I know that grilling it is probably one of the healthiest ways to cook it, but I"m wondering if I were to pressure cook it, and make it into chicken and gravy if it wouldn't go down easier. When I cook chicken like that it is very tender and falls apart. Is this a bad idea?..

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That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

My husband makes a delicous poached chicken (whole in broth) that is out of this world with flavor and it is very moist. I can't wait to try it post op (have to wait another month). I am looking forward to trying it with some of those delicious dip recipes that Shelly has on her site. I think the extra moistness and flavor from the broth would make it much more palatable. MaryM..

Comment #2

He puts a roasting chicken in a can (large? not sure) of 100% chicken broth (no added salt). He cooks it on low for a couple of hours. He then uses the leftover broth and stuff for gravy (for him) and then he debones it and we either eat right off the bone or put it in salads, etc. Very moist and very flavorful due to being cooked in it's own broth. The chicken is a good sized roaster and I believe the size and time would need to be considered..


This helps...

Comment #3

I only eath boneless/skinless chicken thighs. Any other part of the chicken is too dry for me. I also eat canned chicken..

I either nuke it, shake-n-bake (very lightly coverd) or grill with b-b-q sauce. With baking for 20 minutes keeps it from dryingout. Also crock pot -make it like a soup (chicken, water & broth, celery & carrots - sometimes with peas & corn and a little bit of cooked rice mixed in when done. At thanksgiving - will make turkey soup using the legs which I debone later..

2 yrs out - I eat more chicken then I do beef unless it's ground beef or pot roast...

Comment #4

I am eating one skewer of chicken (1.5 ounces) today (and I ate one yesterday) with no effect on my two weekish pouch yet. I have a yogurt taziki sauce and it slips down just fine..

I poach/grill the chicken in lemon juice and greek spice and keep it moist. Having had stomach problems and pickiness issues my whole life, I am looking around in wonder right now...

Comment #5

I am almost 1year out and no matter how hard I try, no matter how it's cooked, I can not at all tolerate chicken. my pouch (who I named oscar bc he's so grouchy and picky!) will make me suffer. no matter how much I chew what sauce I used with it nothing works. Oscar HATES chicken and wont let me throw it up either, he likes to make me suffer for feeding him chicken :( alas I still try every few weeks...what makes no sence to me is I can eat turkey all I want!..

Comment #6

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.