|How to Cook for People with Diabetes|
|by American Diabetes Association|
Proper cooking techniques to help people with diabetes and those who cook for them spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying their meals.
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Place sliced apples in 9 inch ... (such as Granny Smith) and red (such as Cortland or Mcintosh) works best. A few drops of vanilla can be mixed into sugar.
I created this ... toss out the apple peels and cores. I ... found that freshly grated ginger much improves the flavor over the ground type in this recipe.
Preheat oven to ... peeled and diced apples in cooking dish. ... salt. Yields 8 servings. © 2010 and ®/™ Morton Salt, Inc., used with permission. ® Salt
Preheat oven to ... large bowl, combine apples, lemon juice ... recipe with good results. We serve this cobbler with Butter Pecan or Vanilla Ice Cream.
Mix sugar and apples; set aside. ... cake springs back when touched lightly in center with fingertips or a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
Combine apple, orange juice, ... cinnamon in a saucepan. Bring to a boil. Stir in rice. Cover, remove from heat, and let stand 5 minutes. Makes 4 servings.
Scald milk in ... become more manageable. Peel and core apples and slice thinly. ... degrees F. oven until lightly golden, about 35 minutes. Puncture bubbles.
Spread butter dough ... a layer of apples in rows on ... lb. butter. Fold dough over and roll flat, repeating rolling and folding process 3 times in all.
Sterilize the jars, ... Fold in the apples, nuts and ... are not sealed. Use unsealed jars right away. Store jars in a cool, dry place, for up to 6 months.
Beat flour, sugar, ... one layer of apples and half of ... minutes at 350°F degrees. Cut into thin slices before serving. Goes well with vanilla ice cream.
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