From EatingWell: November/December 2008 “The zesty lemon-garlic rub for this turkey gives it amazing flavor. Instead of using a conventional supermarket turkey that’s been “enhanced” with added sodium solution, here we brine a natural or organic turkey to keep the meat extra juicy without a lot of extra sodium.” 12 servings, 3 ounces turkey &
From EatingWell: November/December 2008 “This ultimate fall and winter tart showcases the best fruits of the season: pears, apples and cranberries. Unlike other tarts, the tarte tatin is made upside down in a skillet. You start by cooking the fruit, then top it with the dough, carefully tuck in the edges and let it cook.
From MayoClinic.com “Dietitian’s tip: Canned pumpkin puree, available year-round, is an easy source for the mashed cooked pumpkin. When pumpkins abound in the fall, however, you can make your own puree by roasting a small pie pumpkin and whipping the flesh in a blender or food processor.” By Mayo Clinic staff Serves 4 Ingredients 3/4
This diabetic potato salad is great for family picnics or outings. This recipe has a few ingredients that are not typical of your potato salads, but why not give it a try. I love the creaminess of this dish! From easy-diabetic-recipes.com Servings: 8 = 1/2 cup serving size Ingredients: 2 cups diced boiled potatoes 1/2 cup
This diabetic sweet potato recipe is far from your average sweet potato’s. It is a wonderful combination of sweet potatoes and biscuits. ( Retrieved from http://www.easy-diabetic-recipes.com/index.html )
This diabetic steak recipe is hot and spicy. My husband loves this marinade for his steaks, and all of his buddies always ask him to make this. Little do they know, it’s pretty simple to make this food recipe. ( Retrieved from http://www.easy-diabetic-recipes.com/index.html ) SOURCE: Marinate and Grill Beef Recipes, 1991 Beef Industry Council fromSimply Southern the