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Diabetes Quick Fix: Crustless Salmon Quiche

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You can have this homemade quiche ready in just 25 minutes. It’s a warm, inviting quiche supper, without fussing with pastry dough. The secret to saving time and calories is to use bread crumbs for the crust instead. You can still slice and serve the quiche with this crust.

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— You can use any type of mushrooms. If using meaty...Read more

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Diabetes Quick Fix: Mango Salsa Pan-Roasted Chicken and Hot Peanut Rice

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Chicken with chunky mango salsa makes a sweet and spicy dinner.

To cube mango: slice off each side of the mango as close to the seed as possible. Take the mango half in your hand, skin side down. Score the fruit in a crisscross pattern through to the skin. Bend the skin backwards so that the cubes pop up. Slice the cubes away from the skin. ...Read more

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Diabetes Quick Fix: Sweet and Spicy Pork and Succotash

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Hot Pepper Succotash is a spicy, quick version of an American staple that is simple to make and fun to eat. A dry rub gives a sweet, spicy crust to the pork. The heat is up to you. The recipe calls for 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper. Add more if you like it hot.

Helpful Hints:

— Use any type of hot pepper jelly for the vegetables.

— Ground ...Read more

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Diabetes Quick Fix: Sukiyaki (Japanese Beef and Soy Sauce)

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This is a fun meal that’s cooked at the table. Use an electric frying pan or wok at the table. You can also cook the entire meal in the kitchen and bring it to the table.

Helpful Hints:

— To keep from looking back at a recipe as you stir-fry the ingredients, line them up on a cutting board or plate in order of use. You will know which ...Read more

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Diabetes Quick Fix: Mexican Orange Fillet with Fried Corn and Green Pepper

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Fish fillet sauteed in a savory orange sauce is an unusual, tangy Mexican dish. Add fried corn tossed with green peppers to complete the meal. More people are beginning to savor the subtle flavor distinctions of Mexican food that extend beyond ever-popular tacos, tamales and tongue-scorching salsas.

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— Use any type of non-oily ...Read more

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Diabetes Quick Fix: Lamb Curry

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For this quick meal, I used curry powder from the supermarket spice section. Strictly speaking, prepared curry powder doesn't really exist in India. Good cooks prefer to make their own blend of spices using the freshest ingredients. The curry powder found in the markets should be used within three to four months. After that it loses some of its ...Read more

 

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