One Pot Meals for People with Diabetes: Keep your suppers simple and your kitchen clean with 151 recipes for soups, stews, casseroles, and more

One Pot Meals for People with Diabetes: Keep your suppers simple and your kitchen clean with 151 recipes for soups, stews, casseroles, and more

by Ruth Glick, Nancy Baggett
     
 

Ease in preparation and speed in cooking are what everyone needs when it comes to cookbooks. This book is a sure winner.

Here readers will find simple and quick recipes for soup, stews, sauces for pasta, and even pot pies.

More than 150 recipes cover such categories as Super Quick Dinners; Chilis and Hot Pots; Hot from the Oven; Skillet Dinners; From

Overview

Ease in preparation and speed in cooking are what everyone needs when it comes to cookbooks. This book is a sure winner.

Here readers will find simple and quick recipes for soup, stews, sauces for pasta, and even pot pies.

More than 150 recipes cover such categories as Super Quick Dinners; Chilis and Hot Pots; Hot from the Oven; Skillet Dinners; From the Grill; Microwave Specials; Main-Dish Salads; and Heart-Healthy Sandwiches and Pizzas.

Ruth Glick is the award-winning author of many cookbooks, including the Diabetes Snack, Munch Nibble Nosh Cookbook (ADA).

Nancy Baggett is the awardwinning author of many cookbooks, including the All-American Cookie Book.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly
Experienced cookbook authors Glick (The Diabetes Snack) and Baggett (Eat Your Vegetables) have again joined forces to provide some culinary assistance to people with diabetes. The strength of these recipes is that they are varied enough to please almost every palate, as the authors have a good knowledge of herbs and spices and use it creatively here. Instructions are clearly presented for preparing many main dishes, such as soups, salads and hot dishes that feature meat, fish and poultry. Vegetarian choices include Tamale Pie, Broccoli Cheese Omelette and Macaroni Lasagna, and they all fall within the current American Diabetes Association recommendations; while the recipes are not all fat free, the authors have limited the amounts of animal fat. Each recipe lists the nutritional exchanges as well as the calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, protein and carbohydrates contained in that particular dish. The "one pot" in the title may define dishes that can be cooked in a microwave, crock pot, skillet or oven. Although Glick and Baggett include a chapter on "Super-Quick Dinners," in some cases a cook would have to move pretty quickly to prepare the recipe in the time allotted. Otherwise, this is a useful and appetizing collection. (Nov.) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781580400664
Publisher:
American Diabetes Association
Publication date:
11/04/2002
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.96(w) x 9.94(h) x 0.65(d)

Meet the Author

Ruth Glick is the award-winning author of many cookbooks, including the Diabetes Snack, Munch Nibble Nosh Cookbook (ADA).

Nancy Baggett is the awardwinning author of many cookbooks, including the All-American Cookie Book.

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