You can have a fresh, flavorful, satisfying meal that is diabetes-friendly – and it won’t cost a fortune or take all night to prepare. As chicken is the best source of protein and protein helps you to stay full for longer period of time and you don’t have those hunger pangs in between. Chicken thighs and eggs are simmered in a broth of dashi, soy sauce, and sake, infusing them with some serious flavor.
I have tried making them from scratch several times and with several different recipes. As empty nesters, it’s not always easy to find recipes that won’t leave us with lots of leftovers. Pre-heat the grill, sprinkle the olive oil over chicken and season it with salt and pepper.
This Spicy Honey Garlic Salmon is perfect for a quick weekday evening: smother your pan seared salmon fillets with a garlic honey mustard glaze and dinner is ready in under 20 minutes! Very easy and tastes great, mix I small jar of hoisin sauce and 1/2 cup brown sugar, marinate 2 to 4 salmon steak for up to 1/2 hour.
Cook fresh snapper fillets or other firm-flesh white fish with an easy tomato-olive mixture and crumbled feta cheese. These days I am completely experimenting slow cooker recipes and as promised earlier, I did try the Indian biryani recipe in slow cooker! There’s no need to spend the extra money at a fancy restaurant just to eat a nice seafood dinner.
Give chicken a boost – citrus, mint, and crisp snow peas add fresh and light flavors to this quick and easy diabetic chicken dinner. Let me share beef recipes which are one of my favorites and are also filling and a crowd pleaser. I love recipes that bake in the oven While your taco bakes, you can whip up a simple salad or vegetable to complete your easy dinner menu.