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Diabetes Quick Fix: Mock Hungarian Goulash With Caraway Noodles

Diabetes Quick Fix: Mock Hungarian Goulash with Caraway Noodles Succulent beef cooked in a tomato sauce flavored with onion, green pepper and paprika is the basis for Hungarian Goulash. Here's a quick version. The secret to a good Hungarian Goulash is good Hungarian paprika. Paprika is the Hungarian name for both sweet pepper and the powder made from it. Ordinary paprika comes in varying degrees of flavor from pungent to virtually tasteless. True Hungarian paprika may be hot or mild and can be found in most supermarkets. Ask for the roast beef to be cut in a 1/2-inch thick slice. It is easier to cut into cubes. The roast beef will be heated in the sauce. To prevent overcooking the beef, buy rare roast beef. To buy: 6 ounces thick sliced lean deli roast beef, cut into 1/2-inch slice(ASTERISK), 1 carton non-fat sour cream, 1 package frozen/chopped onion, 1 package frozen/chopped green pepper, 1 container Hungarian paprika, 1 bottle low sodium pasta sauce(ASTERISK)(ASTERISK), 1 small package flat egg noodles, 1 bottle caraway seeds, 1 container sliced portobello mushrooms, 2 medium tomatoes Staples: olive oil, olive oil spray, salt, black peppercorns. 1 tablespoon Hungarian paprika o Continue reading >>

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  1. GinaH111

    Rash On Ankles?

    I just went to my doctor yesterday. My HbA1c is down from 10, to 7.9...That's after three months. So, I'm slowly gaining some semblance of control, I think. I inject Levemir morning and at night, @ 30 units each.
    But, I think it's the change from the Humalog that I was injecting, to the Humulin 70/30 (3x/day with meals/sliding scale) that has given me much better control and much better numbers. I know some folks don't do well with the mix, but I'm more than happy about it!
    He took me off the cholesterol med, because my cholesterol levels are great! I'm still taking high blood pressure meds. Enough of that stuff, though!
    Anyway, back to the point of this post (I just prattle on and on. Sorry!)...
    I asked him about a rash that has been growing on my ankles. Both of them. Mostly on the sides, and now, it's spreading to the top of my left foot, and up the back/side of my lower leg. It doesn't itch at all, but good grief, it looks awful! Bumpy and really red! The bumps are even more red than the surrounding areas they're on.
    He looked at it, scraped at it, felt it, etc...Then, he told me that it's a rash that diabetics get, and if I don't do something about it, it will only get worse. He gave me a cheap (Walmart $4 list!) Rx for a cream, called Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1%. Apparently, it's a corticosteroid.
    So, has anyone had any experience with this sort of rash? Does it really get worse? Good grief! It just looks unsightly, is all. Again, other than the aesthetics of it, it's not bothering me in any way.

  2. furball64801

    So I have to ask how often per day do you test. I had a rash many many years ago, my bs was high and at the time I was not testing. Once you get these things you start looking for reasons, things break out and do not heal well if bs is high.

  3. GinaH111

    I test at least 7 times a day. Never less than that.
    I've been doing it this way for the past 6 months.
    I was diagnosed in 2005, I think it was. I had the GAD test about 6 months ago, and it says that I'm T1. Not T2 like I was first diagnosed as. I didn't have the GAD test back then, though.

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Beef & Noodles With Fresh Vegetables

* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anjaleck from Since hubby does all the stir-frying and oriental cooking around here, he fixed this tonight. Since hubby does all the stir-frying and oriental cooking around here, he fixed this tonight. The girls loved it. David and I really liked it, but it didn't have that something extra that would put it in the superb category for me. David said it was very easy to prep and cook. We'll be keeping this recipe around to make again with the mood strikes. Rated 4 out of 5 by lizardstew from This tasted much better than it looked when I was done cooking it! This tasted much better than it looked when I was done cooking it!! I was really pleased with the way it turned out. The meat was tender and the veggies were crisp and had lots of flavor! I mixed the pasta with the meat/veggie mixture in the pot, so the pasta had the great saucy flavor too. Rated 5 out of 5 by carolbhatch Continue reading >>

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  1. Sierrasan

    Metformin affecting taste buds?

    I love spicy food, the hotter the better. Thai chili's used to make me break out in a sweat and reach for the milk but not any more. The only thing that has changed is that I now take Metformin. Could this be related?

  2. furball64801

    I dont know I have never had this issue and I have been on met for years.

  3. datty

    I love spicy food too but haven't noticed any difference. Mind you, my taste buds are probably semi-fried now because when I say spicy, I mean SPICY. My appetite generally is noticeably less but that's all good too!

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The Wolfe Pit make a very simple, one dish comfort meal of beef, mushrooms,tomato sauce and elbow noodles. Ingredients 1.5 lb - Ground Beef 2 tsp - Granulated Garlic 1 TBS - Dried Minced Onion 1 tsp - Salt 1 tsp - Black Pepper 1 tsp - Red Pepper Flakes (optional) 1 tsp - Oregano 7oz - Canned Mushrooms w/juice 24 oz - Spaghetti Sauce 24 oz - Water 8 oz - Dry Uncooked Elbow Macaroni 1.5 Cups - Mozzarella Cheese

Beef, Cheese, And Noodle Bake

It has all the right ingredients for an easy kid-friendly meal, and hopes were high, but it just failed. We all ate it, but no one wanted seconds and everyone asked that I delete it from my recipe file. I tried adding some taco seasoning to the leftovers, thinking that would help. I was wrong. I was looking for a quick dinner, and came upon this recipe. Had some of the ingredients for a Mac and Cheese but this looked very interesting. Got hamburg, followed the recipe, mostly. did not coat the elbows with cooking spray or the casserole dish. Used super sharp cheddar cheese. Used dry mustard, 1/2 tsp in the cheese sauce, no nutmeg. On top of the rest of the cheese, i crushed Ritz crackers, and sprinkled parmesan cheese and broiled it after cooking for a little crisp on the top. It was good, we enjoyed it, The other changes i made were to add a tiny bit of oregano in the meat. I thought the cheese would be overpowering, but was not, Also i did not cook the pasta fully, about 7 minutes so it would not turn to mush with more cooking and it came out great. followed others' suggestions, which made this a good comfort dish! my quick recap, which is a conglom of many: put cajun spice in th Continue reading >>

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  1. donnies_girl

    Metformin and body odor!!!!

    I was newly diagnosed and on 100 mg a day I have noticed that I have an odd bdy odor to my underarms and stool since taking this med..anyone else had this side effect of metformin..its awful, been taking nothing else out of the ordinary so it seems lke its the medication..please help!!!!!

  2. mmr70403

    I took the fishy smelling metformin back to the pharmacists and told him that bottle of pills was stinking up my bedroom like dead sardines on a fishing boat! He said he understood and told me that the pharmacy was switching to a cheaper manufacturer and they were the ones producing the fishy bottles. However after so many complaints and returns they were switching back to the former manufacturer and a day later they called me to pick up the good stuff with no smell.

  3. karen7t2

    I have been on Metformin for 4 years and until this last bottle, there has been no problem.
    With this bottle, it really stinks when I open it and wondered if I didn't get a bad batch. After reading the posts though, I am thinking maybe my pharmisist changed me to a different company that was less expensive.
    I have had diarrhea very often since starting this bottle too.
    As for the body odour, I haven't noticed any smells.
    I am going to check with the pharmacy to see what's going on
    So glad I checked in.

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