Citrus Grilled Chicken
Contributed by: NAPSA
Bring Out Your Best (NAPSA) - Stress, fast food and not spending enough time with those we love may not only have an impact on one's health, but it
may also affect your state of well-being. A healthy diet may make an impact on your mind, mood,
energy and spirit.
The advice comes from a panel of consultants assembled by the makers of
Hellmann's and Best Foods Salad Dressing to help consumers improve their state
of mind, boost their body's energy and nurture the soul through food.
The panelists are psychologist and author, Dr. Joan Kenley, cookbook authors and twin
sisters, Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford and radio and television host, Lauren Groveman.
Choosing to commit to a good eating regimen is sometimes the hardest part. In order to
reap the long term benefits of a good diet, you have to stick with it. Dr. Kenley suggests finding a
friend or a group of friends with similar health goals who are willing to commit together to good
eating. This may also provide someone to exchange recipes with and a support system. Try this simple recipe to start with.
- 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
- 1/2 cup Hellmann's or Best Foods Citrus Splash Oriental Orange, Tangy Tangerine or Ruby
Red Ginger Vinaigrette
Combine chicken and dressing ingredients in plastic bag. Marinate in the refrigerator for up to
three hours. Remove chicken from plastic bag, discard marinade. Grill chicken over high heat, 6
to 8 minutes on each side or until chicken is no longer pink. Brush with fresh dressing while
cooking for added flavor.
Mary Barber and Sara Whiteford recommend a salad with angel hair pasta, grilled salmon,
green onion, cilantro and peanuts, and topped with Oriental Orange Dressing from the
Hellmann's¨, and Best Food's¨ Citrus Splash line of tangy vinaigrettes as a delicious
way to help give your body energy. Remember to be creative with good eating to help you stick
Lauren Groveman says when you need to refresh your spirit, the simple act of cooking or
baking can be very comforting, as you unleash your creativity and surround yourself with the
sweet smell of your culinary success. For instance, try using creamy salad dressings such as
Hellmann's¨ and Best Foods¨ Light Honey Dijon as a quick dip for fruits or
vegetables to welcome yourself and your family home.