The Complete Diabetes Cookbook: The Healthy Way to Eat the Foods You Love by America's Test Kitchen Editors

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  • leonamm on August 17, 2019

    Made the Classic Hummus and my family loved it!

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  • Thai grilled-steak salad

    • SACarlson on June 28, 2019

      The ingredient proportions in the dressing recipe are all off. There are better recipes for Thai beef salad out there, so I would skip this one.

  • Pomegranate roasted salmon with lentils and chard

    • Londonyankee on April 27, 2019

      Easy and beautiful looking! Will definitely make again

  • Chicken pot pie

    • cottonmama on January 18, 2022

      I only made the filling, because we could not get puff pastry, and then topped it with biscuits. I feel like the flavors were a little blander than my regular pot pie recipe. Next time I would add a splash of lemon juice. I think homemade chicken stock would also make a difference here. If you don't need to limit dairy fat, I would recommend using a filling recipe where you brown the flour in butter before adding the broth. You don't get less carbs with the thickening method used in this recipe, just less dairy fat. You may still want to use the puff pastry topping for a lower carb crust. I was worried that the soy sauce would stand out (it smelled like it would, when you added it), but it all blended together nicely, and the soy sauce had nothing to do with my disappointment in the end result.

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  • ISBN 10 1945256583
  • ISBN 13 9781945256585
  • Published Nov 06 2018
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 408
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher America's Test Kitchen

Publishers Text

Take control with more than 400 healthy and inspired diabetes-friendly recipes. Without compromising flavor, we’ve tailored these recipes to fit within the often-daunting nutritional parameters of a carbohydrate-conscious diet, paying special attention to fat, sodium, and calories. This collection of recipes will show you that you don’t have to give up the foods you love and will encourage you to branch out and try new ingredients as well as learn some innovative techniques and strategies.

A foreword by the prominent head of the renowned Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, explains the role of diet and cooking in combatting diabetes. Thirteen recipe chapters feature everything from Breakfast; Appetizers and Snacks; and Soups, Stews, and Chilis to Meat, Vegetarian Mains, and Special Treats.

Recipes include: Blueberry Oat Pancakes; Omega-3 Granola with Peanut Butter; Breakfast Tacos; Toasted Corn and Black Bean Salsa; Popcorn with Warm Spices and Garlic; Caprese Skewers; Creamy Broccoli-Cheddar Soup; Pumpkin Turkey Chili; Penne with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Spinach, and Feta; Pan-Seared Chicken Breasts with Warm Mediterranean Grain Pilaf; One-Pan Roasted Steaks with Sweet Potatoes and Scallions; Cheesy Shrimp and Grits; Maple-Caramel Apples; and Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Creamy Chocolate Frosting.


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