Diabetes

Pan-Roasted Trout with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce (diabetes-friendly)
Here’s a simplified cooking method for trout. It’s served with a vibrant fresh tomato topping that is more popularly associated with bruschetta. More »
Seafood Chowder (diabetes-friendly)
'I adapted this recipe to use frozen fish and seafood, which is sometimes more readily available and less expensive than fresh. Using frozen fish, your soup will be cooked in half an hour. The soup is delicious the day you make it or next day. It also freezes well.' -Karen Graham More »
Cantonese Mushroom, Vegetable and Scallop Stir-Fry [Xing Bao Gu Chao Dai Zi] (diabetes-friendly)
This saucy Cantonese-style dish from Hong Kong is delicious served over buckwheat or soba noodles. More »
Stir-Fried Shrimp with Ginger (diabetes-friendly)
This quick, easy and delicious way to cook shrimp works well for just one person. Serve on a bed of lettuce, with a slice of crusty whole-grain bread or cooked brown rice. More »
Angel-Hair Pasta with Shrimp, Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Peppers (diabetes-friendly)
Want a taste of the Mediterranean in under 30 minutes? Try this savory dish to take your taste buds on a trip. Serve with a side of sautéed spinach or broccoli. More »
Asparagus Swiss Quiche (diabetes-friendly)
Eliminating the crust typical of quiche reduces both carbs and fat in this recipe, without losing the gooey goodness. More »
Roasted Asparagus Salad with Arugula and Hazelnuts (diabetes-friendly)
Roasting the asparagus gives it an altogether different flavor than steaming, and the roasted hazelnuts are a perfect combination with the peppery arugula. Your family and guests will love it! More »
Sichuan Beef Stir-Fry (diabetes-friendly)
This dish, called Si Chuan Jiang Bao Niu Rou, originated in the Sichuan province, in southwestern China, and is popular, in various incarnations, in restaurants around the world. This version is spicy, but if you are heat-averse, you can omit the dried red chiles. Serve with a side of rice and some... More »
Thai Basil Beef (diabetes-friendly)
This better-than-takeout dish is also quick and easy — and it's perfect for a weeknight meal. Serve with Fried Cauliflower Rice. More »
Chinese Stir-Fry (diabetes-Friendly)
Carefully planned, nutritious meals and sensible portion sizes are an essential part of diabetes management. Diabetes Meals for Good Health by Karen Graham makes meal planning easy and straightforward, so it’s no wonder that the first edition has nearly 100,000 copies in print. More »
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