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[Care Food Kitchen] One-bite chicken with white sauce

【Care Food Kitchen】Bite Size Creamy Chicken

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  • Chicken thigh 250g (cut into no more than 1.5cm x 1.5cm)  
  • 1 onion (cut into no more than 1.5cm x 1.5cm)  
  • 1 carrot (cut into no more than 1.5cm x 1.5cm)  
  • 1 American baked potato (cut into no more than 1.5cm x 1.5cm)  
  • Unsalted butter 25g
  • Flour 1-2 tablespoons  
  • Chicken broth 100ml 
  • milk 80ml



  • Chicken thighs - 250g  
  • Onion 1- piece
  • Baked potato - 1 piece
  • Carrot - 1 piece  

Chop all the above in 1.5cm x 1.5cm  

  • Unsalted butter - 25g  
  • Flour - 1-2 tablespoons  
  • Chicken broth -100ml  
  • Full cream milk - 80ml  



  1. chickthighMeat firstin advanceUse salt andblack pepperpickled flavor30 minutes, set aside.
  2. Use carrots firsthotwater15-20 minutes, reserve.
  3. in the frying pan withSauté the onions over medium heat until they are half cooked.
  4. Add chicken,Boil potatoes and carrots until cooked.
  5. Add butter, add flour after butter melts, stir-fry briefly, add chicken stock and milk, cook untilThe white sauce becomes a hero, and the sauce is turned into a low fire.
  6. Season appropriately according to personal preference.



  1. Season chicken with salt and pepper for30 mins, for use later.
  2. Blanch carrots for 15-20 mins until they are tender, for uselater.
  3. Sweat onions over frying pan until halfcooked.
  4. Add chicken,potatoes and carrots. Continue tocook.
  5. Add butter into the frying pan, followed by flour. Keep stirring and add broth and milk gradually. Keep stirring until a thick white sauce has been formed. Turn to lowflame.
  6. Season to taste.


This dish is based on the Nursing Food Standard Guideline Level 6 (i.e., the International Dietary Standards for Dysphagia (IDDSI) Level 6)

This dish follows Level 6 of the Guideline of Care Food Standard, which corresponds to Level 6 of the International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI).

Bite Size Creamy Chicken (Level 6)

  • Cooking clips, recipe content, food hardness, hardness, size and testing methods are for reference only. The actual situation may be affected by factors such as the type of food, food temperature, cooking methods, feeding techniques, tools and environment. Before eating, patients are advised to consult speech therapists and related professionals to assess their individual dietary level and eat according to the instructions.

    The content of this video is for reference only. Patients are advised to consult with speech therapists or other related professionals before eating, to access the personal appropriate dietary level, and to eat according to the instructions.

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