|The Diabetic Cookbook|
|by Azmina Govindji|
Just because you suffer from diabetes does not mean that you have to eat tasteless, bland food for the rest of your life.
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Cook rice. Chop green pepper. Cut pork in small chunks. ... cooked rice and soy sauce. Combine mixture while keeping warm. Serve with biscuits or cheesebread.
1. Brown bacon ... desired.) 2. Brown pork sausage and onion ... pour them over the top of the hash browns instead of poaching them to save a step. mico, WI
Brown beef and remove from pan. Add pepper and onions and brown. Then add meat, bell pepper, onions, and remaining ingredients to a saucepan. Cover ...
If you are ... fat! OR, for pork chops; salt and ... brown in small amount of oil in large electric skillet. Add a little water and cook about 1/2 hour.
Choose lean, meaty pork chops. Rub your ... prepare for unexpected guests, because all the ingredients, except the pork chops, come right off the shelf.
Cover with water ... hours. Take out pork, remove bones ... then lettuce, then meat, then tomatoes, onion, green peppers and cheese. Then top with sauce.
(Put cores of ... the casserole.) Parboil pork sausages (which have ... a cup or 2 of the liquor from parboiling. Bake at medium, 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Brown chops in ... to stuffing. Stuff pork chops. Use toothpicks ... approximately 75 minutes or until tender. Have gravy ready; pour over pork chops and serve.
Mix and bake 2 hours at 350 degrees.
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