Recipe Kidney Friendly One Pot Pasta Dish for Renal Diet

Recipe Kidney Friendly One Pot Pasta Dish for Renal Diet

September 16, 2019 14 By Ewald Bahringer


I’m really super excited to present you this
video. It’s a new segment, the best kidney friendly
recipes suitable for your renal diet. Today we are making a one pot pasta dish,
very very flavorful and easy to make but really low in potassium and phosphorus. Hello, how are your kidneys doing? This is Katherine, welcome to 00Kidney – don’t
forget to like and subscribe! It’s really great to be here with you today,
this is a new segment and I hope you’ll like it. I’m always recommending people to eat this
or that food but I never really say how to prepare them. And I believe that everyone should have the
possibility to eat something flavorful, even if they have to follow a strict kidney diet. This recipe is a complete meal, 8 servings,
with balanced nutritional values and it’s 100% kidney friendly. Very easy to make and I’ll show you step by
step how to get it done quickly. It’s an easy one pot pasta dish and it shouldn’t
take you much time to make it. Let’s start. First of all cut the chicken breast into pieces. Set it aside Then, mince the garlic. Set everything aside. Slice one zucchini, two tomatoes and one red
pepper. Set everything aside. Set a large pot on medium high heat with some
olive oil. Add the chicken breast and the garlic we prepared
earlier. Saute for 5 or 10 minutes, until it’s not
completely done. Stir not to make it stick to the pot. Add some basil, rosemary, black pepper and
oregano to taste. When the chicken starts to look good add everything
we diced earlier. The zucchini, tomatoes and red pepper. And some wine. Saute for other 5 minutes. Now, a lot of patients are on a protein restricted
diet. But they still need some proteins. Chicken breast is one of the best sources
of high quality proteins and is one of the things that make this recipe great. In this recipe, for 8 servings, there are
300g of chicken breast, containing about 90g of proteins. Remember to count them in your daily allowance. You can also use low protein pasta if you
want. Remember to remove the pot from the heat as
soon as it’s done. In the meanwhile, bring 700ml of chicken broth
to a boil, with some white wine. If you don’t want wine in your recipe you
can use more chicken broth, but a small amount of wine it’s not bad at all. When it’s boiling, add 500g of pasta. Here in Italy we usually put pasta in the
water as soon as the water is boiling, Always scream butta la pasta while doing this. Also it is absolutely a must to cook pasta
just until it is al dente. Stir during cooking to prevent pasta from
sticking. The trick here is to start removing the pasta
when it’s still a bit undercooked. Use a ladle to drain the pasta and put it
in the same pot as the other ingredients. Use another ladle to add some broth. Cook it for another couple of minutes or until
all the sauce thickens. Serve with some shredded parmesan cheese and
if you want some parsley. Buon appetito And remember to let me know in comment if
you tried this recipe and how it was! This is all for today! If you liked this video, please like and leave
a comment. Thank you for watching!