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Chickenlegs With Basil Sauce

You'll Need:
8 chickenlegs, salt & pepper, 20gr cleared butter, 1 cup dry white wine, 3 cups chickenstock, 50gr ice cold butter, 4 - 6 fresh basil leafs.
Procedures : salt & pepper chicken, fry in cleared butter for about 10 min. or until golden brown. set chicken aside, cover with foil and keep warm. add wine to pan and reduce, while stiring, to half. sieve liquid to sauce pan where chickenstock was reduced to half. Stir in cold butter flakes,add minced basil.serve sauce over chicken.

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Chop Suey Recipe


You'll Need:
1/4 celery, 1 big onion, 2 tomatos, 3 tbsp peanut oil, 150 gr fresh or dried mushrooms, 300 gr deboned & sliced chicken breast, salt & pepper, 2 cups chicken stock, 1 tsp cornflour, 1 tbsp water, 1 cup soja sauce.
Procedures : Dice all vegetables and stirfry with mushrooms in wok with oil until limp, remove vegetables & keep warm, stirfry chicken in wok remove and keep warm add salt & pepper, add bouillon to wok heat up, add water and soja sauce with corn flour, let it simmer for a minute. add meat and vegetables heat up and serve.

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396 Diabetic Friendly Recipes


Living with diabetes is not easy,

but cooking diabetes friendly meals is not a walk in the park either. Read on to find out how things are going to get a lot better for you from now on...

Whether you are dealing with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes mellitus, this disease affects every part of your life, including the food you eat every day.

YOUR DOCTOR...  probably told you that you will never be able to enjoy a 'normal' dietagain.

YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY...  don’t know how to cook 'diabetic foods', so when you are invited to some place, you always end up eating foods that taste more like cardboard than something edible.

AND WHILE...  you've been living with diabetes for a long time, you still have questions, doubts and fears about what you can and cannot eat.

The result is that you feel trapped and helpless, and you feel like THE FOOD BECOMES YOUR ENEMY.

Something as simple as breakfast, lunch or dinner becomes a minefield almost impossible to pass - I’m sure you know exactly what I’m talking about...

Is your diet the most basic, boring and bland collection of foods possible? You need to understand that many of the recipes you can find online can be dangerous not only to your taste buds, but also your health.

Thinking about how many carbohydrates, starches, sugars and fats each dish contains can be boring or even exhausting. Food is no longer something you can enjoy. It simply becomes a medical necessity such as insulin injections. I know that long ago you had to give up the idea of eating tasty foods, and enjoying delicious recipes with your friends and family.

I’ve listened to many people suffering from type 2 diabetes complain because they are already tired of consuming unhealthy foods and preparing recipes that taste horrible. But that’s not all! Some of my friends and members of my family are diabetic... For many years I saw the dishes that they had to prepare for themselves. On many occasions, I tried them - and like you, I can say that  it could be tastier to eat rotten eggs  than some of the so called 'diabetic foods'.

For a long time, I was looking for ways to help my loved ones in their fight against this disease (this was one of the reasons that motivated me to start my research into diabetes-friendly diet). Seeing their frustration of not being able to enjoy delicious dishes was devastating for me. I became almost obsessed with cookbooks and recipes, trying to help them in going back to eating 'normal', tasty food, just like they used to.

For months, I've been searching the web, bookstores and libraries for kitchen resource that would make life easier and food more enjoyable for diabetics, but I had very little luck. I’ve contacted numerous renowned dieticians, cooks and restaurants to see if they had any special resources that could make my the food a little tastier and not so boring, but with no success... I was surprised to know how few cookbooks, recipes or even interesting food ideas exist for diabetics. Eating should not be so difficult, but unfortunately many people think that this is how it has to be.

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Garlic Chicken Recipe


"You'll Need:
2 chicken, 1 tbsp salt, 2 tbsp black pepper ground, 2 sticks butter, 2 whole heads garlic, peeled and chopped, 1/2 cup parsley, 1 cup white wine.
Procedures : cut the chicken in pieces as for frying, rub the pieces with salt and pepper, heat the butter in havey skillet and saut? the chicken. when the pieces are nearly cooked, add garlic, parsley, last the wine. cover pan and simmer slowly for 15 min. adjust seasoning, serve."

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Grilled Pork With Mustard Sauce


"You'll Need:
4 pork tenterloins clean 6-8 oz each 1/4 lt. cream, 2 diced sour gherkins 2 tbsp Dijon mustard, 1 small diced onion, 1 tsp vinegar, 1 tsp sugar, salt & pepper. 1 tsp flour disolved in cold water to thicken sauce.
Procedures : 1. Flavor meat with mustard, salt and pepper. 2. Grill meat and place aside. 3. Prepare sauce: heat in pan (where meat was grilled)cream with mustard, gherkins and onions. 4.Add vinegar and sugar. 5. Thicken sauce with flour. 6. ad meat back to sauce , heat up and serve."

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Breast Of Duck With Peach Sauce

You'll Need:
4 breast of duck ( maigret de canard), 20gr sunflower oil, salt & pepper, 1 cup beefstock brown, 4 half peaches poached in redwine, 20gr butter.
Procedures : Fry breas on high heat on each side, season with salt & pepper and lower heat let simmer until golden brown, ( a point inside should stay rosen color) place breats aside keep warm, drain oil out of pan, add stock to pan and stir with remains, heat up, add peach sirup (liquid only) stir in cold butter.serve sauce around breast, not on top.

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Beef Stroganoff Recipe

You'll Need:
300 gr beef cut in stripes, 100 gr diced onions, 200gr mushrooms sauted in white wine, 50 gr sour gherkins cut in fine stripes, 1 dl meatsauce, 2 dl cream, salt, paprika, 0.5 dl sunflour oil, 10 gr butter.
Procedures : On high heat brown meat shortly in oil, season meat, stir and take meat out of pan & place aside on plate, lower heat add butter in pan saute onions & gherkins add sauce and mushrooms and reduce, add cream simmer 1 min. add meat. serve.

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396 Diabetic Friendly Recipes