Rotisserie chicken?

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  1. lea8198

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    Hi all,

    We bought a cooked chicken this evening and I had 50g of the breast (no skin) with salad and potatoes. How many points would the chicken be? I know a standard chicken breast (165g) is 2.5 but how do I point a smaller portion off a rotisserie? I need a glass of wine but I am not sure if I have enough points! Help! lol:cry:
     
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    just count it at 1 point x
     
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    Really? That doesn't seem enough? I would have though chicken off a rotisserie would have been higher?

    Thanks though Rach! I had my glass of wine anyway ;-)
     
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    its just a chicken that goes round in an oven rather than sitting still in an oven. if you removed the skin, i can't see there being any reason for that small an amount of chicken to be more than 1 point. x
     
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