Sweet And Sour Chicken For Microwave

1 lbs. boneless chicken (6 portions)99% fat free

2 tablespoons of corn starch

cup of chopped onion.

Roll chicken in corn starch. Put into a 7 x 10 inch lightly greased microwave dish. Cover with the onions and microwave on Roast for 25 minutes.

3 tablespoon of honey

1 tablespoon of corn starch

1 tablespoon low sodium soy sauce

teaspoon ground ginger

cup wine vinegar

cup thinly sliced carrots

cup of chopped celery

1    can of pineapple chunks (15 oz. can)

 Put above ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Add to cooked chicken. Return to microwave and cook on roast for 8 minutes more, stirring every 2 minutes. 

This recipe provides magnesium, potassium, manganese, boron, beta carotene, zinc, iron, copper, Vitamin C, as well as B vitamins.

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