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Chicken Kitchen Nutrition Information

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author image Danielle C. Tworek
Based in Florida, Danielle C. Tworek covers health news and medical topics for various online publications. She is a certified personal trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, as well as a Schwinn indoor cycling instructor. Tworek holds a Bachelor of Science in human nutrition.
Chicken Kitchen Nutrition Information
Learn the nutrition facts of Chicken Kitchen. Photo Credit Michael Blann/Lifesize/Getty Images

Chicken Kitchen offers a wide range of traditional and creative entrees including skinless chicken breast platters, on-the-bone chicken platters, Pita-Pockettes and Panini Grillers, as well as their most popular entree, the World Famous Chop-Chop. Knowing the nutrition information about your options at Chicken Kitchen can ensure that you make the best choices when dining at this fresh food restaurant.

Chicken Kitchen

Chicken Kitchen strives to be fast-food that's healthy and delicious. Unlike many fast-food chains, all ingredients are made fresh and are never fried, microwaved, or left in a holding cabinet. What's even better is that Chicken Kitchen claims to make every effort to offer meals in compliance with the nutrition recommendations of the American Heart Association.

Deluxe Chop-Chop

The large Deluxe Chop-Chop at Chicken Kitchen is a 6-ounce freshly grilled chicken breast chopped over 3/4 cup of yellow rice with shredded lettuce and tomato. An entree like this provides 720 calories from 2 grams of fat, 108 grams of carbohydrates and 63 grams of protein. Yellow rice contributes a large number of calories per serving even though it is has no fat content.

Mexican Chop-Chop

The small Mexican Chop-Chop is freshly grilled chopped chicken breast served over a bed of yellow rice, black beans, shredded lettuce and tomato. This entree serves up 686 calories, 26 grams of fat, 55 grams of carbohydrates and 57 grams of protein. Thanks to the beans layered in this dish, your daily intake will include 4.4 grams of dietary fiber.

The American Heart Association

Although Chicken Kitchen has heart-healthy items listed on their menu and the website touts their compliance with American Heart Association recommendations, you must still be very careful about the portion sizes and additional toppings. These options can quickly skyrocket the calories and fat, even if the ingredients are fresh.

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