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    Diabetic Favorite Things

    A collection of recipes from the August 2013 A few of My Favorite Things thread, August 2013.
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    Artichokes with vegetables in a lemon-dill sauce Aginares Latheres pronounsed ahg-kee-NAH-rehs lah-theh-RES. Artichokes are very popular in Greece. This recipe combines them with dill and lemon. If you can't get fresh artichokes you can substitute frozen artichoke hearts but make sure there are no additives such as salt in them. Defrost before using. Recipe is from about.com

    Recipe #426749

    This recipe comes from Alton Brown and it's the only way we have rice anymore. My servings are quite a bit smaller than his, though! You can use chicken or veggie broth in place of the water, or add herbs and spices.

    Recipe #177017

    This recipe came from Allrecipes (Ruth Crickmer). My whole family loved it even though it cooked too fast. The original recipe said 'high heat' on the grill, which my husband did. It ended up cooking 8 minutes total, charred but not burnt tasting, and very juicy and flavorful. We'll turn down the heat next time for texture, but this is a keeper in our home!

    Recipe #29598

    Use this as a side or as a filling for a pita sandwich with hummus. Cooking time is chilling time. From Moosewood Restaurant.

    Recipe #460021

    4 Reviews |  By Linky1

    I adapted this from another recipe for grilled asparagus. The grill was out of gas, so I decided to try using the oven. I modified the seasonings to reflect my desire to cut the fat content. My company, family and I all loved the results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #498564

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is wonderful when that spring asparagus arrives on the supermarket shelves. I've also made this using lime with great results. This makes a light amount of the drizzle double it if you would like all of the asparagus well coated.

    Recipe #479593

    This chicken recipe is so easy, I hesitated in posting it. But I couldn't find it posted here, and it's so good, I thought I'd share it. It's my favorite way to bake chicken because it's moist and tender every time and the flavor is delicious!

    Recipe #111514

    From a local source. I tested this recipe by substituting a variety of colors of cauliflower (purple, white, golden) for the broccoli. Other cruciferous vegetables such as broccolini, broccoflower, brussels sprouts, romanesco, etc. will work, too. Easy!

    Recipe #438546

    Simple roasted salmon coated in brown sugar and glazed with a maple-mustard-dill sauce. Taken from salmoninseconds.com and posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #428310

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe can be adapted for an indoor grill, a George Forman grill or even outside over gas or charcoal. There is plenty of spice to spice up your life!

    Recipe #116416

    My entire family loves this dish. I grill thick salmon steaks in a grill pan, but it can be cooked on a barbecue, or sauteed in a cast iron skillet. I have made this with whole tilapias and with halibut. I have seasoned the fish with Old Bay and once with a fish rub instead of the salt and pepper. You can actually use just about any kind of fish you like, as long as it will hold its shape after cooking. Once, I only had 2 shallots on hand, so I used 1 small red onion along with the 2 shallots. I have used 1 large jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped finely, when out of Thai chilies. When out of fresh ginger, I have used 1 1/2 Tbsp of jarred, pickled ginger, chopped. No tomatoes? leave them out. You can use apple cider vinegar instead of rice wine vinegar. As you can see, this dish is very forgiving. I cook the topping in a separate skillet alongside and it is ready right as the fish is. This meal cooks up in 10 minutes, looks and tastes great.

    Recipe #505454

    Caribbean Jerk Chicken Breasts from www.kraftrecipes.com.

    Recipe #500309

    7 Reviews |  By Mme M

    As part of a mezze, or as the main ingredient in a sandwich, or pita wrap, this is a flavorful, homey recipe. This recipe is translated from Cuisine du Liban by Pomme Larmoyer.

    Recipe #203219

    I found this recipe on the Eating Well website. Charring tomatoes in a hot, dry skillet makes them smoky and flavorful; in combination with fresh herbs and spices, they elevate this dish from “everyday” to “ta-da!” Serve the tacos with reduced-fat sour cream.

    Recipe #464854

    Lemony, garlicky and lots of parsley! This is a delicious marinade that is typically used on beef, but its flavors make it outstanding on chicken or seafood. Grilling really brings out the true flavor, but a quick turn in a skillet on the stovetop works, too! Prep time includes marinating.

    Recipe #92354

    After trying several recipes for vegetarian spring rolls (all good) I came up with this combination that I like best. Although they're at their very best fresh, they also keep and pack well, making this a nice alternative to packing a salad for lunch. I also like to add cooked shrimp or fake crab to these - but then, of course, they aren't vegetarian anymore.

    Recipe #343166

    1 Reviews |  By Eismeer

    This delicious soup is traditionally served in autuum and a southern Styrian (Province of Austria) speciality. Feel free to add a pinch of cinnamon and garnish with drops of pumpkinseed oil, this really makes a difference! I only use half (100ml) of the usual amount of cream (200ml) as I find that the soup turns out to be sufficiently creamy. If you'd like to go with half of the cream, yet still desire more "texture", cube a medium sized potatoe and add to soup along with the pumpkin.

    Recipe #468363

    This is a variation of a recipe from my DD high school culinary class.

    Recipe #457907

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    It's a meal in a bowl. There are many versions of Gumbo, I'm sure that everyone has there own. I like this one that I found an site for diabetic's.

    Recipe #189060

    Thaw and marinade your chicken breasts at the same time in this wonderful concoction! Toss it all in a zipper seal bag and throw in the refrigerator. Ready the next day to throw on the grill! The seasonings are a fusion of Asian and SW flavors making it suitable for both catagories in the World Tour.

    Recipe #135664

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