Dukan Diet Chicken Recipes: Chicken Supreme and Sesame Chicken

This post contains two chicken recipes which have been given to me by Edyta and Barbara to share with everyone who visits.  Edyta’s recipe is for Chicken Supreme and Barbara’s recipe is for Sesame Chicken.  These recipes are suitable for the Cruise Phase as both recipes use tolerated items which are not added until this point in the diet.

Edyta’s Chicken Supreme


  • One Chicken Breast
  • One glass of White Wine (Tolerated)
  • One teaspoon of Dijon Mustard
  • Two tablespoons of Fat Free Yogurt
  • One teaspoon of Chopped Chives
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  1. Cut the chicken breast into strips and dry fry in a pan for one minute to seal.
  2. Add the white wine and continue cooking until the chicken is done.
  3. In a bowl mix the remaining ingredients to make the sauce.
  4. Allow the chicken to cool slightly before adding the sauce and then serve.


Barbara’s Sesame Chicken

Ingredients (Serves two)

  • Two Chicken Breasts
  • Four tablespoons of Oat Bran
  • 1/3 cup of Low Sodium Soy Sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of Splenda Brown Sugar (The sweetener used by Barbara contains some calories so is best avoided.  Try replacing with Splenda no calorie granulated sweetener instead.)
  • 1 tablespoon of toasted Sesame Seeds
  • Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper to taste
  1. Cut up the chicken breasts.
  2. Place the oat bran, salt and pepper in a bag and shake well.
  3. Put the pieces of chicken in the bag and shake well again to cover the chicken.
  4. Remove the chicken from the bag and dry fry in a pan for about 15 minutes.
  5. Take the chicken out of the pan and keep warm.
  6. Put the soy sauce and Splenda in the pan and cook for a few minutes.
  7. Add the sesame seeds and then the chicken pieces and serve.


15 Responses to “Dukan Diet Chicken Recipes: Chicken Supreme and Sesame Chicken”

  • Sara Rees on March 22, 2017

    Hi, in the supreme recipe, do I need to remove the chicken from the white wine when its cooked or do I add the sauce to the cooking pan? Thanks

    • Amber on March 22, 2017

      Hi Sara

      The chicken stays in the pan when you add the ingredients in the bowl.

      Kind regards


  • Gina on April 17, 2016

    can you add Egg with the oat bran so that It will stick to the chicken?

    • Amber on April 17, 2016

      Hi Gina

      Yes you could.

      Best wishes


  • Rodrigo on January 15, 2016

    Hello! I tried the Barbara’s Sesame Chicken and I would like to give my feedback.

    I honestly believe the idea is awesome. For the ones making the Dukan Diet is an incredible option. Unfortunately, it was extremely salty. I followed the recipe letter by letter and in the end, it was a waste of soy sauce and in the amount of sesame. I would recommend using half of the soy sauce and half of the sesame seeds te have an outstanding result.

    Thanks for sharing this marvelous recipe.

    • Amber on February 6, 2016

      Thanks for your feedback Rodrigo!


  • Isabella on September 4, 2014

    Hi everyone,

    I’ve tried both recipes and wanted to leave my feedback.

    Chicken Supreme:

    I will just start off by saying that if you are not a fan of white wine based sauces, you’re better off sticking to the Sesame Chicken recipe. I really enjoyed this chicken recipe and I thought the sauce was delicious, will definitely be using it with other recipes.

    I found that the one glass of wine was excessive (and tragically wasted). I’d recommend using half the amount. I also don’t like pale chicken, so I seared it after cooking it in the white wine to give a little color and crunch.

    It reminded me of a chicken francaise.

    Sesame Chicken:

    I thought this was absolutely delicious. I liked this recipe better, but I am a sesame chicken fanatic.

    I did use a little extra oat bran because I was really craving the crunch. I had trouble getting the oat bran to stay on the chicken while I was cooking. Next time I’m going to try chopping it up a little bit so it’s not so chunky.

    I also thought it was a little salty for my taste, I going to try reducing the soy sauce with a little water next time.

    Thank you Amber for posting these! They will will be worked into my dinner rotation!

  • mrsj2008 on November 18, 2012

    I wish I had made the sesame chicken instead, I made Edyta’s and neither of us enjoyed it.

    Amber, how about adding a star system to replies so people can leave good/bad or suggested amendments to recipes after they’ve cooked them?


    • Amber on November 18, 2012

      Hi mrsj2008

      I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy the recipe for Chicken Supreme.

      I’ve found a WordPress plug in that I’ve added to the site that allows you to rate each post using a star system at the bottom of the post but I’ve not found one that allows you to do it on an individual comment.

      Kind regards


  • Ashlee on May 30, 2012

    I made the sesame chicken tonight and it was sensational. My 4 year old niece ate all her tea. Very nice recipe I’m thankful for finding =)

    • Amber on May 30, 2012

      Hi Ashlee

      I hope Barbara reads your lovely comment.


    • Meghan on October 2, 2013

      Hi All,

      It says that you use 4 tablespoons of oatbran in the sesame chicken. Would you still be allowed that even if you have had your two tablespoons for the day?(cruise) :/

      • Amber on October 2, 2013

        Hi Meghan

        The Sesame Chicken recipe serves two people so the 2 tablespoons of oat bran in the serving would be the daily serving of oat bran. This means you wouldn’t be able to use the recipe if you had already eaten your oat bran for the day.

        Kind regards


      • Lauren on April 7, 2014

        Hi Amber,
        The recipe mentions 1 tablespoon of Splenda Brown Sugar.
        Would I be able to leave this out?
        Would the sugar be allowed in the attack phase as I would think that it would think that the sugar would be a problem in the attack phase.
        Can I have yoghurt in the attack phase and what types?

        • Amber on April 8, 2014

          Hi Lauren

          Well spotted as it wasn’t one of my recipes I should have checked it more thoroughly. I’d recommend using Splenda no calorie granulated sweetener instead. http://www.splenda.com/products/granulated. I’ll put a note on the recipe as sugar is something which should be avoided in the weight loss phases.

          Yes you can have yoghurt. It depends on whether you want to follow the 2% fat/7% carbs rule or use the no additives pure yoghurt rules than are sweetened only with zero calorie artificial sweeteners, and no flavours apart from coconut, lemon or vanilla. Have a look at this post http://thedukandietsite.com/5083/dukan-diet-update-to-what-yogurts-can-you-eat/

          Best wishes


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