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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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    Recipe by Melissa d'Arabian (as seen on Food Network). Made this for my diabetic mother-in -law several times (but I omitted the salt and used low sodium bacon). Hope you enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #507105

    for zwt9 you may add more spices if you like

    Recipe #505784

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    The crockpot makes easy work of pulled pork. This one features a coffee rub. Coffee, you say? The coffee adds a boost to the meaty flavor. After shredding the pork, it can be used in multiple ways. Serve in pork tacos, press a Cuban sandwich, add your favorite BBQ sauce, or even roll taquitoes. Note: Country pork ribs are thick meaty cuts with a bone, but are not spareribs. A pork butt would be a good substitute, but I find the country ribs make a smaller batch. ***I added no salt to the rub as the sauces contain enough for our family, but do add it if your family would miss it.

    Recipe #505377

    From Eating Well magazine. Crispy fish doesn't have to be deep-fried to be tasty. This is a healthier version with a yummy pineapple slaw. Note: don't used crushed pineapple, it is too small for the slaw. Also, take some help from the grocery store and buy a carrot and cabbage slaw mix. Easy peasy! Our family loved this and will be making it often.

    Recipe #504292

    If you like pickled herring, try this refreshing salad!

    Recipe #504212

    2 Reviews |  By Ck2plz

    I thought this sounded good really good; a different kind of salad. Recipe comes from Morrocanfoods.blogspot.com

    Recipe #504102

    Cinnamoned Peaches or Oranges from Morocco. For the test recipe I used one of my favorite summertime fruits: white peaches. Fresh from the garden lemon verbena garnished the fruit beautifully! From 'The Arabian Delights'. Try other seasonal fruits: watermelon/honeydew, nectarines, cara cara oranges, blood oranges, etc.

    Recipe #503977

    An easy chicken tagine recipe - serve with cous cous or quinoa as a side. A budget friendly meal

    Recipe #503845

    I learned this recipe from my mother-in-law in Tunisia. Serve it on four separate plates or on one large platter. Serve with sliced French bread.

    Recipe #503158

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    So easy, so few ingredients, and so tasty! Simply heat this in winter for a side dish, or serve it cold with a vinaigrette dressing in summer, as a salad. It's best to use fresh herbs, which I could not get because I made this in midwinter and I had to use dried herbs.

    Recipe #502899

    The red onion bleeds just enough to lend a pretty pink color. This would be good alone or as part of an antipasti plate. Pair with meats and cheeses.

    Recipe #500479

    Caribbean Jerk Chicken Breasts from www.kraftrecipes.com.

    Recipe #500309

    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

    Tasty Mediterranean style marinated lamb cutlet. A recipe from an advertisement is a women's magazine. Suggested to serve with a Greek salad and tzatziki for full Greek style family meal for 4 people. Prep time does not include the one hour marinating time required

    Recipe #496426

    If you want a healthy yet satisfying superfood-filled bowl for breakfast, or a treat after dinner, this is the recipe for you!

    Recipe #494427

    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

    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Not a bread roll by any stretch of the imagination! But some time ago a dietician wrote down a similar recipe for a friend on a weight-loss diet, and I tweaked it. It's one of those strange, clever ideas, ideal as a pretend-bun for those who should stay away from bread, such as diabetics. I have discovered since that several fairly similar (not exactly the same) recipes are floating round the Internet. This is not bread, it does not puff up enormously, and, eaten as is, it is quite bland. But it can be dressed up with low-carb savoury toppings -- and you could even put a beef pattie between two of these puffs! I experimented a little with these floppies, and found that at room temperature, in a plastic bag, they last for days. I kept some out to see what would happen if they dried out a little, and I liked their texture better after a day or two! Keep in mind that these are especially handy to use with bacon, eggs and a side of sliced tomato! Or to use with any egg dish which needs a "receptacle", such as scrambled eggs or an omelette. By the way, you can toast them too! The nutrition table will show how low-carb they are!!

    Recipe #473830

    6 Reviews |  By awalde

    I'm sure that with this recipe a lot of people would convert to fennel lovers!

    Recipe #469445

    9 Reviews |  By awalde

    This eggplant and or zucchini parmigiana is a fat reduced version and easy version. The main change is insteat of frying the vegetables you roast them in the oven. This procedure takes some time, but you avoid to soak everything with a lot of oil. I prepare always a big portion as I freeze the rest!

    Recipe #469200

    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

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