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 »
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 »
Papaya-Tomato Bruschetta (diabetes-friendly)
Swap a typical refined white bread for high-fiber, wholesome grains like this whole wheat baguette. Fresh fruit like papaya adds sweetness and antioxidants at the same time. What a deliciously healthy way to enjoy fruit! More »
Jamaican Fricassee Chicken (diabetes-friendly)
Fricassee chicken is another recipe that is typically cooked with the skin on, and the whole chicken is usually used. Avery Chin, a great Jamaican chef, shared this fantastic recipe with us, and we’ve reduced the fat by using skinless chicken thighs and drumsticks and by draining off the oil after... More »
No-Bake Key Lime Pie (diabetes-friendly)
Wander into a tropical haven of limes, coconut and cashews. You may not be on an island, but it will taste like you are! More »
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