Posted: 5/14/2013 6:30:34 PM
I agree with all the lighter ingredient changes. I'd take it a step further and use corn tortillas. Instead of the flour . Corn is lower calorie, and will soak up the sauce better, and crisp better. More nutrient dense also
Posted: 5/14/2013 4:59:58 PM
Lighten this recipe up by using only the breast portion of the rotisserie chicken, low fat cheese, low fat sour cream & substitute fat free cream of chicken soup for the progresso recipe starter.
Posted: 5/14/2013 4:28:26 PM
You can use fat free cream of chicken soup, fresh garlic, low fat sour cream, low fat cheese & only the chicken breast portion of the chicken to lighten this recipe up...I agree progresso needs to lighten up on the calories & sodium. I wouldn't use it in any of my recipes.
Posted: 5/14/2013 2:37:36 PM
FYI I don't think the nutritional data is correct...notice every gram amount is exactly equal to the percentage amount...2120 mg sodium and 2120% DV, doesn't make sense. (I"m sure the sodium content isn't great, but just wanted to point that out.)
Posted: 5/14/2013 12:09:13 PM
Lighten this recipe by using chicken breasts prepared by grilling or baking, preparing a bechemal sauce using skim milk and adding fresh garlic. Use fat-free sour cream and low fat cheese. Sorry Progresso but your cooking sauce is way too high in sodium!
Posted: 5/14/2013 12:06:49 PM
Lighten up this recipe by making a bechemal sauce using skim milk and adding fresh garlic. Fat free sour cream and low fat cheese. This will also lower the sodium content. I also use chicken breasts that I have prepared myself as chicken you buy prepared is loaded with sodium. Sorry Progresso but your cooking sauce is loaded with way too much sodium.
Posted: 5/14/2013 11:48:45 AM
Recipe but I would never try it. Calorie count is way to high and the sodium count is outrageously high. Sorry will not be trying this.