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« on: February 02, 2009, 02:17:13 PM »

Ok, I am a little late, but check out these recipes:

Celebrate Super Bowl with dialysis-friendly finger foods

Are you ready for some football? Super Bowl Sunday is a time to party with family and friends. Unless you are one of the lucky ones with a ticket to the big game, you will probably choose to party at home. If you don’t already have a game plan for your menu, here are some dialysis-friendly recipes that everyone can enjoy. DaVita dietitian Kathy provides an array of pigskin-minded favorites. These high protein, low phosphorus, low potassium and low sodium recipes will score with all football fans.
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If you are a person with chronic kidney disease who is not on dialysis and need to limit your protein intake, choose several of these meatball or wing recipes along with some lower protein appetizers.

    * Spicy Crunch and Munch Mix http://www.davita.com/recipes/appetizer_snacks/?id=285
    * Raw Veggies and Dip http://www.davita.com/recipes/appetizer_snacks/?id=258
    * Pineapple Cheeseball http://www.davita.com/recipes/appetizer_snacks/?id=631
    * Cranberry Dip with Fresh Fruit http://www.davita.com/recipes/appetizer_snacks/?id=332

Pre-game, halftime and after the game munchies can be satisfied with any of these delicious recipes named just for the occasion. For beverages you may want to consider kidney-friendly favorites like 7-Up®, ginger-ale, Sprite® or Barq’s® root beer. Coffee and tea are also good choices. Avoid beer, however, as it is too high in phosphorus. Plus, remember to take your phosphorus binders when you eat.

Put on your favorite jersey, find that giant foam finger and call the gang over for a Super Bowl party with all the fixings.

Denver Broncos Barbecue Meatballs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                             

Serving size: 2 meatballs

Ingredients

    * 3 pounds ground beef
    * 2 large eggs, beaten
    * 1/2 cup skim milk or nondairy milk substitute
    * 1 cup dry oatmeal flakes (Quaker® Quick Oats)
    * 1/2 cup onions, diced
    * 1 tablespoon dried thyme
    * 1 teaspoon dried oregano
    * 1/2 teaspoon pepper
    * 1 cup barbecue sauce (look for the lowest sodium brand or make your own)

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
   2. Combine all ingredients, except barbecue sauce and water, in a large bowl and mix together.
   3. Roll into 1” balls and place on a baking sheet.
   4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until meatballs are cooked through.
   5. Combine barbecue sauce and water in a warming dish or crock pot on low temperature setting. Add meatballs and stir. Cover until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 158
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 6 g
    * Fat: 10 g
    * Cholesterol: 55 mg
    * Sodium: 167 mg
    * Potassium: 154 mg
    * Phosphorus: 91 mg
    * Calcium: 24 mg
    * Fiber: 0.5 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1/2 fat
    * 1/2 high calorie

Carbohydrate Choices

    * 1/2

Helpful hints

    * Instead of using commercial barbecue sauce, serve with Zesty Barbecue Sauce. Sodium content is much lower.
    * Make meatballs ahead and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat ingredients together and transfer to a warming dish.
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Buffalo Bills Buffalo Wings

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 12                 

Serving size: 2 wings
Ingredients

    * 8 tablespoons unsalted butter or margarine
    * 1/3 cup Tabasco® hot pepper sauce
    * 24 chicken wing drummettes

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
   2. Melt butter or margarine in a saucepan.
   3. Add hot sauce and remove from heat.
   4. Place chicken wings in a baking dish.
   5. Pour sauce over wings and bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Check for doneness.
   6. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or crock pot, until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 179
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 0 g
    * Fat: 15 g
    * Cholesterol: 34 mg
    * Sodium: 72 mg
    * Potassium: 88 mg
    * Phosphorus: 68 mg
    * Calcium: 6 mg
    * Fiber: 0 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 2 fat

Helpful hints

    * Buy fresh wing drummettes at the grocery. A 1-1/4 pound package contains 12 drummettes.  If unavailable, ask your butcher to cut whole chicken wings into drummette size.

    * Boneless chicken pieces may be used in this recipe. Check for doneness after 20 minutes.
    * Hot sauce brands vary greatly in sodium. Choose a brand with less than 140 mg sodium per teaspoon.
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Dallas Cowboys Deviled Eggs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                 

Serving size: 1 egg (2 stuffed halves)
Ingredients

    * 24 eggs
    * 1-1/2 cup mayonnaise
    * 1 tablespoon mustard
    * 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    * paprika

Preparation

   1. Boil eggs for 15 to 20 minutes.
   2. Let eggs cool for approximately 1 hour.
   3. Slice eggs in half, lengthwise and scoop out the yolks.
   4. Combine the yolks, mayonnaise, mustard and pepper; mix well.
   5. Stuff yolk mixture into egg white halves and sprinkle with paprika.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 178
    * Protein: 6 g
    * Carbohydrate: 1 g
    * Fat: 16 g
    * Cholesterol: 217 mg
    * Sodium: 150 mg
    * Potassium: 70 mg
    * Phosphorus: 91 mg
    * Calcium: 25 mg
    * Fiber: 0 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1 meat
    * 2 fat

Helpful hints

    * Use low-fat mayonnaise if you are watching your fat intake.
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Houston Texans Hula Meatballs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                 

Serving size: 2 meatballs
Ingredients

    * 3 pounds ground beef
    * 4 large eggs
    * 7 tablespoons cornstarch (divided use)
    * 4 tablespoons onion, grated
    * 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    * 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    * 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
    * 2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
    * 1/3 cup vinegar
    * 2/3 cup water
    * 1/2 cup brown sugar, unpacked
    * 1/2 cup white sugar
    * 2 cups pineapple juice
    * two 20-ounce cans pineapple chunks, drain and reserve juice
    * 2 cups sweet bell peppers (red and green), diced

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
   2. Combine ground beef, eggs, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, onion, black pepper, nutmeg and garlic powder. Mix well.
   3. Form into 1” balls and place on a baking sheet.
   4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until meatballs are cooked through.
   5. Drain juice from pineapple cans into a measuring cup. Add water to make 2 cups. Reserve pineapple chunks.
   6. Combine remaining 6 tablespoons cornstarch, reduced sodium soy sauce, vinegar, water, brown and white sugars and pineapple juice. Heat until thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat.
   7. Place meatballs, sauce, pineapple chunks, green and red peppers in a covered warming dish or crock pot set on low setting until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 200
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 16 g
    * Fat: 10 g
    * Cholesterol: 72 mg
    * Sodium: 92 mg
    * Potassium: 189 mg
    * Phosphorus: 84 mg
    * Calcium: 14 mg
    * Fiber: 0.5 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1 fat
    * 1 fruit, low potassium

Carbohydrate Choices

    *   1

Helpful hints

    * Reduced sodium soy sauce contains 500 to 600 mg sodium per tablespoon compared to 950 to 1050 mg sodium in regular soy sauce. Limit to the amount specified in the recipe.
    * Make meatballs ahead and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat ingredients together and transfer to a warming dish.
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New York Jets Italian Meatballs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                 

Serving size: 2 meatballs
Ingredients

    * 3 pounds ground beef
    * 3 large eggs, beaten
    * 1 cup dry oatmeal flakes (Quaker® Quick Oats)
    * 6 tablespoons parmesan cheese
    * 1 tablespoon olive oil
    * 1 tablespoon garlic powder
    * 2 teaspoons oregano, dried
    * 1 cup onion, chopped
    * 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
    * Roasted Red Pepper Sauce (see recipe below)

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
   2. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix together.
   3. Roll into 1” balls and place on a baking sheet.
   4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until meatballs are cooked through.
   5. To serve, place meatballs in a warming dish or crock pot on low heat setting. Serve with 2 teaspoons sauce on the side.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 160
    * Protein: 12 g
    * Carbohydrate: 3 g
    * Fat: 11 g
    * Cholesterol: 65 mg
    * Sodium: 54 mg
    * Potassium: 133 mg
    * Phosphorus: 99 mg
    * Calcium: 27 mg
    * Fiber: 0.5 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1 fat

Helpful hints

    * Roasted Red Pepper Sauce adds 37 mg potassium and 21 mg sodium for one tablespoon. This lower-potassium, low-sodium sauce can be used as a substitute for tomato sauce in a variety of dishes.
    * Make meatballs ahead and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat ingredients together and transfer to a warming dish.
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Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

(Reduced potassium red sauce)

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Portions: 16                             

Serving size: 1 tablespoon
Ingredients

    * 1/2 cup roasted red peppers (bottled or canned, unsalted)
    * 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
    * 1/2 cup tomato sauce
    * 2 tablespoons olive oil
    * 1 teaspoon dried Italian seasonings
    * 1/4 teaspoon red pepper chili flakes (if spicy desired)

Preparation

   1. Drain red peppers and measure 1/2 cup, (approximately 2 whole peppers).
   2. Place peppers and garlic in food processor or blender. Process until smooth.
   3. Add tomato sauce, olive oil and Italian seasonings. Process until well blended.
   4. Serve with Italian Meatballs.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories 19       
    * Protein 0 g
    * Carbohydrate 1 g
    * Fat 2 g
    * Cholesterol 0 mg
    * Sodium 21 mg
    * Potassium 37 mg
    * Phosphorus 5 mg
    * Calcium 4 mg
    * Fiber 0.2 g
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Detroit Lions Lemonade Wings

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 12                 

Serving size: 2 wings
Ingredients

    * 24 chicken wing drummettes
    * 4 tablespoons canola oil
    * 4 tablespoons butter or margarine
    * 4 tablespoons onion, chopped
    * 4 teaspoons fresh rosemary, chopped
    * 1 cup lemonade (regular or diet)
    * 2 teaspoons black pepper

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
   2. Place chicken wings in a baking dish.
   3. Add all remaining ingredients to a saucepan and cook for 3 minutes.
   4. Pour mixture over chicken and bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Test for doneness.
   5. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or crock pot until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 200
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 3 g
    * Fat: 16 g
    * Cholesterol: 34 mg
    * Sodium: 67 mg
    * Potassium: 88 mg
    * Phosphorus: 62 mg
    * Calcium: 13 mg
    * Fiber: 0.3 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 2 fat

Helpful hints

    * Carbohydrate content is less than 1 gram if sugar-free lemonade is used.
    * Buy fresh wing drummettes at the grocery. A 1-1/4 pound package contains 12 drummettes.  If unavailable, ask your butcher to cut whole chicken wings into drummette size.

    * Boneless chicken pieces may be used in this recipe. Check for doneness after 20 minutes.
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Washington Redskins Raspberry Wings

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 12                 

Serving size: 2 wings
Ingredients

    * 2 cups raspberry jam (regular or sugar-free)
    * 3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce
    * 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
    * 24 chicken wing drummettes

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
   2. Heat jam, soy sauce and vinegar in a saucepan, stirring until smooth.
   3. Place wings in a large bowl. Pour jam sauce over wings and toss to coat heavily.
   4. Place chicken wings in a large baking dish sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
   5. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Check for doneness.
   6. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or crock pot on low setting until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 200
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 21 g
    * Fat: 8 g
    * Cholesterol: 34 mg
    * Sodium: 181 mg
    * Potassium: 121 mg
    * Phosphorus: 70 mg
    * Calcium: 7 mg
    * Fiber: 0.7 g

Renal Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1/2 fat
    * 1 high calorie

Carbohydrate Choices

    * 1-1/2

Helpful hints

    * Buy fresh wing drummettes at the grocery. A 1-1/4 pound package contains 12 drummettes.  If unavailable, ask your butcher to cut whole chicken wings into drummette size.

    * Boneless chicken pieces may be used in this recipe. Check for doneness after 20 minutes.
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Pittsburgh Steelers Soft Pretzels

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24                 

Serving size: 1
Ingredients

    * 2 cups warm water
    * 2 packages dry active yeast
    * 4 tablespoons canola oil
    * 5-1/2 cups flour (divided)
    * 6 cups water
    * 3 tablespoons baking soda
    * 1/4 cup mustard

Preparation

   1. Dissolve yeast in warm water and let stand for 10 minutes.
   2. Add canola oil and half of the flour. Stir until thoroughly mixed. Add remaining flour and knead for 5 minutes.
   3. Let dough rest for 1 hour.
   4. Divide dough into 24 pieces. Roll into 18” lengths and twist into pretzel shape. Let rise for 30 minutes
   5. Preheat oven to 475° F.
   6. Add baking soda to 6 cups of water in a large pot and bring to a boil.
   7. Add pretzels to boiling water for 1 minute then transfer to a baking sheet sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
   8. Bake for 12 minutes.
   9. Serve each pretzel with 1/2 teaspoon mustard.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 141
    * Protein: 4 g
    * Carbohydrate: 24 g
    * Fat: 3 g
    * Cholesterol: 0 mg
    * Sodium: 188 mg
    * Potassium: 47 mg
    * Phosphorus: 40 mg
    * Calcium: 6 mg
    * Fiber: 0.8 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 starch

Carbohydrate Choices

    *   1-1/2

Helpful hints

    * Choose the mustard brand lowest in sodium.
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San Diego Chargers South of the Border Meatballs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                 

Serving size: 2 meatballs
Ingredients

    * 3 pounds ground beef
    * 1-1/2 cups onion, chopped
    * 1-1/2 cups green peppers, chopped
    * 4 cups rice, cooked
    * 5 large eggs, beaten
    * 1 tablespoon garlic powder
    * 2 jalapeno peppers, chopped
    * 1 cup taco sauce (choose lowest sodium brand)
    * 1 cup water

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
   2. Combine ground beef, onion, green pepper, cooked rice, eggs, garlic powder and jalapenos in a large bowl and mix together.
   3. Roll into 1” balls and place on a baking sheet.
   4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until meatballs are cooked through.
   5. Combine taco sauce and water in a saucepan and bring to boil.
   6. Add meatballs to taco sauce and lower temperature to warm.
   7. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or slow cooker on low heat setting.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 178
    * Protein: 12 g
    * Carbohydrate: 9 g
    * Fat: 10 g
    * Cholesterol: 81 mg
    * Sodium: 101 mg
    * Potassium: 202 mg
    * Phosphorus: 102 mg
    * Calcium: 13 mg
    * Fiber: 0.4 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1/2 starch
    * 1/2 vegetable, low potassium
    * 1/2 fat

Carbohydrate Choices

    *   1/2

Helpful hints

    * Make meatballs ahead and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat ingredients together and transfer to a warming dish.
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New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Kabobs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings     

Serving size: 1 kabob
Ingredients

    * 3 pounds boneless, skinless turkey breasts
    * 6 tablespoons reduced-sodium teriyaki sauce
    * 1-1/2 teaspoons sugar or sugar substitute
    * 3 teaspoons canola oil
    * 1 teaspoon ground ginger
    * 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    * 2 large onions, kabob-sized pieces
    * 3 sweet bell peppers (red and green) kabob-sized pieces
    * two 20-ounce cans pineapple chunks, drained
    * 1 cup Girard’s® raspberry salad dressing
    * 1/2 pound grapes (purple, red, green)
    * one 8-ounce can mandarin oranges, drained
    * 24 skewers or kabob sticks

Preparation

   1. Cook turkey breasts at 350° F for 1 hour or until meat thermometer reaches 180° F. Let cool.
   2. Cut turkey into bite size cubes.
   3. In a large bowl, combine reduced-sodium teriyaki sauce, sugar, oil, ginger and nutmeg.
   4. Place turkey cubes in mixture. Cover and let sit in refrigerate for 30 minutes.
   5. Using skewers, alternate turkey, onion, peppers, and pineapple chunks to make 24 kabobs.
   6. Place kabobs in a large microwave safe dish and cover with wax paper. Microwave kabobs for 8 minutes.
   7. Place kabobs on a serving platter. Pour dressing over kabobs and garnish with grapes and mandarin oranges before serving.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 170
    * Protein: 13 g
    * Carbohydrate: 14 g
    * Fat: 7 g
    * Cholesterol: 38 mg
    * Sodium: 168 mg
    * Potassium: 234 mg
    * Phosphorus: 100 mg
    * Calcium: 25 mg
    * Fiber: 0.8 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 2 meat
    * 1/2 fruit, low potassium
    * 1/2 vegetable, low potassium

Carbohydrate Choices

    * 1
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Seattle Seahawks Swedish Meatballs

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 24 servings                 

Serving size: 2 meatballs
Ingredients

    * 3 pounds ground beef
    * 1/2 cup onion, minced
    * 1 tablespoon canola oil
    * 1 cup dry oatmeal flakes (Quaker® Quick Oats)
    * 2 large eggs, beaten
    * 1/2 cup low-sodium beef broth
    * 1 tablespoon dried dill
    * 1 tablespoon dried thyme
    * 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
    * 1/4 teaspoon allspice
    * 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

   Sauce

    * 3 tablespoons unsalted butter or margarine
    * 3 tablespoons white all-purpose flour
    * 2 cups reduced-sodium beef broth
    * 1 tablespoon dried thyme
    * 1/3 cup water
    * 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
   2. Combine meatball ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
   3. Roll into 1” balls and place on a baking sheet.
   4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until meatballs are cooked through.
   5. To make sauce, melt butter in a large saucepan.
   6. Add remaining sauce ingredients and cook over medium heat, stirring until thickened.
   7. Add meatballs to sauce and lower temperature to keep warm or place in a covered warming dish or slow cooker on low heat setting.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 172
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 4 g
    * Fat: 11 g
    * Cholesterol: 59 mg
    * Sodium: 93 mg
    * Potassium: 140 mg
    * Phosphorus: 91 mg
    * Calcium: 19 mg
    * Fiber: 0.5 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1 fat

Helpful hints

    * Reduced sodium broth contains 450 to 500 mg sodium per cup. Low sodium broth contains 140 mg sodium or less per cup.
    * Make meatballs ahead and refrigerate. When ready to serve, heat ingredients together and transfer to a warming dish.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Teriyaki Wings

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 12                 

Serving size: 2 wings
Ingredients

    * 24 chicken wing drummettes
    * 1/2 cup water
    * 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
    * 2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
    * 2-1/2 tablespoons reduced-sodium teriyaki sauce
    * 1/4 cup brown sugar
    * 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
    * 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
    * 1/2 teaspoon ginger

Preparation

   1. Place chicken wings in a large zip-lock bag.
   2. Add all ingredients and shake to mix and coat.Refrigerate overnight to marinate.
   3. Preheat oven to 400° F.
   4. Place wing drummettes in a baking dish and bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Check for doneness.
   5. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or crock pot on low setting until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 136
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 5 g
    * Fat: 8 g
    * Cholesterol: 34 mg
    * Sodium: 224 mg
    * Potassium: 99 mg
    * Phosphorus: 68 mg
    * Calcium: 9 mg
    * Fiber: 0 g

Renal and Renal Diabetic Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1/2 fat

Helpful hints

    * Regular soy sauce and teriyaki sauce are extremely high in sodium. Reduced sodium soy sauce and teriyaki sauce contain less sodium, but are still considered high in sodium content. Be cautious to use only the amount required in the recipe.
    * Buy fresh wing drummettes at the grocery. A 1-1/4 pound package contains 12 drummettes.  If unavailable, ask your butcher to cut whole chicken wings into drummette size.

    * Boneless chicken pieces may be used in this recipe. Check for doneness after 20 minutes.
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Tennessee Titans Tex-Mex Wings

Diet Type: CKD non-dialysis, Dialysis

Recipe submitted DaVita dietitian Kathy, MS, RD, LDN, CSR, from Pennsylvania.

Portions: 12                 

Serving size: 2 wings
Ingredients

    * one 8-ounce can diced green chili peppers
    * 1/2 cup barbecue sauce (choose lowest sodium brand)
    * 3/4 cup honey
    * 2 teaspoons chili powder
    * 1/3 teaspoon ground cumin
    * 24 chicken wing drummettes

Preparation

   1. Preheat oven to 400° F.
   2. Combine all ingredients except chicken in a large bowl.
   3. Add chicken and toss to coat.
   4. Place chicken in a baking dish and bake for 30 to 35 minutes. Check for doneness.
   5. Serve hot or place in a covered warming dish or crock pot on low setting until ready to serve.

Nutrients per serving

    * Calories: 193
    * Protein: 11 g
    * Carbohydrate: 21 g
    * Fat: 8 g
    * Cholesterol: 34 mg
    * Sodium: 187 mg
    * Potassium: 140 mg
    * Phosphorus: 66 mg
    * Calcium: 13 mg
    * Fiber: 0.8 g

Renal Food Choices

    * 1-1/2 meat
    * 1/2 fat
    * 1-1/2 high calorie

Carbohydrate Choices

    * 1-1/2

Helpful hints

    * Buy fresh wing drummettes at the grocery. A 1-1/4 pound package contains approximately 12 drummettes.  If unavailable, ask your butcher to cut whole chicken wings into drummette size.

    * Boneless chicken pieces may be used in this recipe. Check for doneness after 20 minutes.
    * Instead of using commercial barbecue sauce, serve with Zesty Barbecue Sauce. Sodium content is much lower.


complete article here:  http://www.davita.com/diet-and-nutrition/special-occasions/a/692
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Jenna is our daughter, bad bladder damaged her kidneys.
Was on in-center hemodialysis 2003-2007.
7 yr transplant lost due to rejection.
She did PD Sept. 2013 - July 2017
Found a swap living donor using social media, friends, family.
New kidney in a paired donation swap July 26, 2017.
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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2009, 08:47:55 PM »

Hey, thanks for sharing those nice list of food. I also like the recipe of davita.com they are kidney friendly foods and very delicious.
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My aunt have survived kidney disease Dialysis Program is great!!

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