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An internationally inspired cookbook for anyone managing diabetes.
This cookbook has huge appeal for two primary markets of high-risk individuals: 1) those from an ethnic background who want meals that are traditional yet offer healthy alternatives; and 2) those who are not from a specific ethnic group but seek ethnic recipes that are healthier and diabetic-friendly.
Each enticing recipe has been specifically created for those managing diabetes and retains the taste and appearance of traditional ethnic dishes. These recipes have been developed by a registered dietitian and culinary school professor, so great taste and solid nutrition are guaranteed. The ingredients ensure a broad range of dishes and options, and there is no use of artificial sweeteners. Most of the recipes can be made in less than 20 minutes and each recipe has a complete nutritional analysis as well as handy professional tips.
Everyone can enjoy these traditional recipes, with the same taste and look as long as they watch portions or modify certain ingredients. For example coconut milk or oyster sauce can be added to a favorite dish, so long as it is understood why certain amounts were chosen for the recipe and how they affect nutrition value.
There are wonderful adaptations of dishes like Cauliflower and Potato Curry (Alloo Gobi), Butter Chicken (Makhani Murgh), Goan Style Pork Vindaloo, Hakka Bamboo Shoot Dumplings, Stir Fried Soy Bean Sprout, Kung Pao Chicken, Black Bean Soup and Valencia Seafood Paella.
Unfamiliar ingredients are defined in the Multicultural Pantry List along with the invaluable healthy eating tips. The importance and benefits of traditional ways of cooking in this cookbook show that traditional foods can be enjoyed while managing diabetes at the same time.