48 Recipes Created by PHYLCK
Cooking for the different diets of diabetic, low fat low, low sodium and gluten free is very challeging. I am new to many of these diets. In learning vegetarian dishes, but need to know how to balace them with others to meet daily intake values.
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This is our family's favorite salad dressing - we have it over both leafy and chopped salads! Delicious as a marinade too! Nutritional information is calculated for approximately eight 2-tablespoon servings - your personal preference may be to use less - the flavors are quite strong and a little goes a long way!Submitted by VERA_MOM
Cookbook creator says: Just tried your recipe and found it a hit at my house. I served it with BBQ pulled turkey sandwiches. Thank you so much.
Cookbook creator says: Wonderful recipe. I used "Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce" as I do not like tabasco sauce's after taste. We also like hot dishes. Thank you for the submission. :) I served it with sweet potatoe fries. YummySubmitted by CHEF_MEG
Cookbook creator says: Tried this recipe with what I had on hand. So I used beef broth to cook the polenta and chunked 1lb. turkey, 2 Tbs. chili powder,1 can diced stewed tomatoes.Submitted by KITHKINCAID
This recipe is really easy; it's really more of a process than a recipe. Rice paper wrappers, which are available in the ethnic sections of most larger supermarkets these days, are a great way to wrap your veggies and protein for a quick snack or light lunch.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG
Warning: must love garlic.
This dish serves 1, but can easily be modified to serve more.
Some Soba noodles are gluten-free (check package). They are made from buckwheat and metabolize much more slowly than most carbohydrates, which makes them ideal for diabetics and health-conscious individuals. You can pick them up at your local japanese market or health food store.
If you don't have any chicken leftovers on hand, Marinate chicken breast tenderloins or sliced breasts in some sesame oil, chopped up garlic, sake or rice vinegar, sugar, salt and pepper for 4-24 hours. Cook in nonstick skillet.. adding a bit of soy sauce and sake/wine halfway through the cooking.
This sauce can be used on any noodles with just about any vegetables you like. Enjoy :)Submitted by VALKYRIA-