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Shrimp And Cabbage Stir-fry

Shrimp And Cabbage Stir-fry

You are here: Home / Main Dishes / Fish & Seafood / Shrimp and Cabbage Stir-fry Today is World Kidney Day. Diabetes is a major risk factor for kidney disease. In fact, about 30% of people with Type 1 diabetes and 10% to 40% with Type 2 will eventually suffer kidney failure. The good news is that you can keep your kidneys healthy by managing your diabetes properly and keeping your blood pressure in check. Managing your diabetes includes monitoring your blood glucose and following the eating guidelines outlined by your doctor or nutritionist. Several foods have been identified as being kidney-friendly. This list includes: You can learn more about why these foods are beneficial by reading Top 15 Healthy Foods for People with Kidney Disease . Also check out my recipes for Garden Fresh Vegetable Soup , Cauliflower Pizza Crust , and Grilled Wahoo (or Cod) with Romesco Sauce which also include many of these foods. To create a kidney-friendly dish to celebrate World Kidney Day, I incorporated red bell peppers, cabbage, garlic, and onions into an easy-to-make stir-fry. The cabbage is so crunchy and filling, you wont even miss the rice. Time-saving tip: Buy pre-chopped bell peppers (or get them at your grocery stores salad bar), a coleslaw mix of cabbage and carrots, chopped garlic in a jar, and easy-peel deveined shrimp. This will save you some chopping time. Easy stir-fry featuring kidney-friendly foods (red bell peppers, cabbage, garlic, and onions) Author: Shelby Kinnaird (Diabetic Foodie) 1 tablespoon low-sodium tamari or soy sauce pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 medium red bell pepper, cut into strips 2 scallions, sliced, white and green parts separated In a small bowl, combine cornstarch, water, tamari/soy sauce, and sriracha. Add ginger and garlic. Mix well and Continue reading >>

7 Healthy Shrimp Recipes You Can't Resist

7 Healthy Shrimp Recipes You Can't Resist

Home > Shellfish > 7 Healthy Shrimp Recipes You Can't Resist 7 Healthy Shrimp Recipes You Can't Resist You must be logged in to add a private note. Login | Register We are adding the recipe to your Recipe Box. You must be logged in to add a recipe. Login | Register We all know that seafood is a healthy dinner option, but sometimes it can be a bit tricky trying to find a simple recipe you know everyone in the family can love. That's where our easy collection of 7 Healthy Shrimp Recipes You Can't Resist comes in. Whether you're looking for a super oven-baked recipe or a quick skillet recipe, dinnertime's never going to be the same once you try one of these unforgettable dishes. Don't have time to fire up the grill? No problem! Sweet 'n' Spicy Shrimp can be cooked on an indoor grill, broiled, or baked just until they turn pink. We love easy shrimp recipes like this one 'cause they're so versatile for any season -- or climate -- you want! What a great way to enjoy shellfish! Did you know that, according to folklore, cilantro was hailed by Greek and Roman doctors for its medicinal powers? It's actually been around so long, that it's believed to be one of the earliest plantings in North America. So bring a little bit of history to your dinner table with our Cilantro Shrimp Salad! Coconut shrimp is a restaurant-favorite recipe, and we've got a lightened-up version so you can still enjoy them if you are watching what you eat. Not to mention, they make the perfect Halloween snack! We love it when our favorite healthy shrimp recipes can be put to use during the holidays. One of our personal favorites, this recipe for Tropical Shrimp makes us feel like we are on a beach in the Caribbean! The sweet and savory flavor combination is a huge hit on weeknights or whenever you entertain Continue reading >>

Healthy Fish & Seafood Recipes

Healthy Fish & Seafood Recipes

Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Continue reading >>

Eat What You Love Cookbook Recipe: Shrimp Zoodle Scampi

Eat What You Love Cookbook Recipe: Shrimp Zoodle Scampi

by Alissa Rumsey | Oct 24, 2016 | Recipes | 0 comments Check out my review of the Eat What You Love cookbook, including a sneak peak at one of my favorite recipes Shrimp Zoodle Scampi! The Eat What You Love: Diabetes Cookbookincludes over 100 comfort-food recipes drawn from Loris Southern roots and nutritional expertise. Lori aims to help you make good food choices without sacrificing great taste. The recipes are whole-food based, with lower amounts of sugar and saturated fat compared but just as much flavor. The cookbook includes: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes Tips on how to complete the plate, including suggested pairings to create a balanced meal Helpful icons to show you how the recipe fits into your day in terms of carbs, protein and veggie servings With recipes like Chocolate-Strawberry Breakfast Pudding, Chipotle Chicken with Creamy Avocado-Lime Sauce, Thai-Style Beer Curry,andSlow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwich, it will be hard to decide what to try first! Lori also includes sections on meal planning and food preparation, tips for how to stock your kitchen, and ways to balance out your plate. Lori created this cookbook to help people enjoy great tasting comfort food while keeping their diabetes under control, but this cookbook is for anyone who wants to eat more healthfully, whether they have diabetes or not. If youre looking for new healthy recipe ideas to include in your weekly rotation, this book is for you. The book is available on Amazon click the link for more details: Continue reading >>

Diabetic Recipes: Chipotle Spiced Shrimp

Diabetic Recipes: Chipotle Spiced Shrimp

Appetizer , Dinner , Lunch , Seafood Mexican Shrimp is higher in cholesterol than most meat and poultry, but it's lower in saturated fat. This tasty recipe from the Mayo Clinic is a delicious treat for your next meal! 3/4 pound uncooked shrimp, peeled and deveined (about 48 shrimp) 1Rinse shrimp in cold water. Pat dry with a paper towel and set aside on a plate. 2To make the marinade, whisk together the tomato paste, water and oil in a small bowl. Add garlic, chili powder and oregano. Mix well. 3Using a brush, spread the marinade (it will be thick) on both sides of the shrimp. Place in the refrigerator. 4Prepare a hot fire in a charcoal grill or heat a gas grill or broiler. Away from the heat source, lightly coat the grill rack or broiler pan with cooking spray. Position the cooking rack 4 to 6 inches from the heat source. 5Put the shrimp in a grill basket or on skewers and place on the grill. Turn the shrimp after 3 to 4 minutes. 6The cooking time varies depending on the heat of the fire, so watch carefully. 7Transfer to a plate and serve immediately. Continue reading >>

Low-carb Garlic Basil Shrimp Recipe - Simply So Healthy

Low-carb Garlic Basil Shrimp Recipe - Simply So Healthy

This recipe for Easy Garlic Basil Shrimp makes a delicious main course. This recipe can work for a low-carb, ketogenic, diabetic, LC/HF, gluten-free, grain-free, or Banting diet. I have a lot of shrimp recipes on my site. I think of shrimp as convenience food. If you follow my blog on a regular basis, you know I always keep a bag of uncooked shrimp in the freezer for times when Im running low on food, and dont have time to make a trip to the store. I call it my emergency bag of shrimp. Frozen shrimp makes a great emergency food because it only takes a few minutes to defrost under cold water, but then cooks up super-fast! This recipe comes from my emergency bag of shrimp. When I get short on food, I take a look at what I have and get creative with it. This time, I still had some gorgeous basil on my counter and a few bulbs of garlic in my cabinet, so it didnt take long for inspiration to set in. While my main inspiration came from basil and garlic, I added in butter for richness, lemon to balance out the butter and a sprinkle of dried red pepper flake to take it up to a new level. These flavors come together and taste like a gourmet meal, but dont worry, the entire recipe is super easy and comes together really fast. This recipe for Easy Garlic Basil Shrimp is sure to please everyone, including the cook! It makes a great dinner, but would also be appropriate for lunch or brunch. If you have some left over, try putting it in an omelet, making a lettuce wrap, or serving it on top of a salad. Enjoy! Stay updated with our newest recipes by subscribing to our monthly newsletter! The content on this website should not be taken as medical advice. You should consult with your doctor before starting any type of diet or exercise program. Nutritional information is calculated and Continue reading >>

The Best Seafood For People With Diabetes

The Best Seafood For People With Diabetes

1 / 10 Fish Is an Excellent Choice for Type 2 Diabetes Diabetes experts recommend eating fish for cardiovascular health, but if your only experience with fish has been the fried variety or fish sticks, you might be wondering how and why to include fish in your strategy for eating well with diabetes. “It’s a great protein choice, a source of healthy fat, and it contains important vitamins and minerals,” says Cassandra Rico, MPH, RD, associate director of nutrition and medical affairs for the American Diabetes Association. And the best part of all is that "you don’t have to do a whole lot to seafood to make it taste good," she says. "You can add just a few herbs and bake it in the oven. It’s a lot easier to prepare than I think people perceive.” So get to know your local seafood purveyor and make seafood part of your type 2 diabetes diet. Continue reading >>

24 Healthy Shrimp Recipes

24 Healthy Shrimp Recipes

Low in fat and calories, shrimp are a healthy snack, lunch, or dinner. Enjoy them in these flavorful dishes. Fresh or frozen, shrimp is America's favorite kind of seafood. It's low in saturated fat, packed with protein, and a good source of iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and selenium. Though sometimes a simple shrimp cocktail is all youre looking for, these 24 recipes offer delicious and healthy ways to cook up shrimp for lunch, dinner, or as a healthy snack. Greek yogurt is a great substitute for some of your favorite creamy condiments like mayo and sour cream. In this light snack, Greek yogurt , lime juice, avocado and jalapeo sauce are combined on a rye flatbread for a tasty treat. At only 129 calories, with 4 grams of fiber, this healthy fat-packed recipe is the total package. Black Forbidden Rice with Shrimp, Peaches, and Snap Peas Black rice is a surprising Superfood . It's loaded with anthocyanin, the same antioxidants that give blueberries and blackberries their dramatic color and health-boosting power. In this high-fiber recipe, black rice is paired ith shrimp as well as Asian flavors like soy sauce, rice vinegar, and ginger to create a healthy meal. Feel free to use white or brown rice if black isn't available. Adding shrimp into a salad is a great way to turn a boring salad into a stand-out meal. This Mexican salad is filled with citrus from limes and lemons that add zesty flavor without many calories. Wrap up the salad in a tortilla, or eat it without the bread for a lower-carb option. Tip: If you're using frozen shrimp, thaw and eat it within a day. Frozen seafood degrades with time, so don't keep it in the freezer for long. Frozen shrimp makes this yummy, elegant pizza so easy to throw together: 12 minutes of prep, 10 minutes to cook, and this delectable pizza w Continue reading >>

Diabetes Quick Fix: Lemon Pepper Shrimp And Couscous On A Bed Of Spinach

Diabetes Quick Fix: Lemon Pepper Shrimp And Couscous On A Bed Of Spinach

To buy:10 ounces peeled, cooked shrimp, 1 bottle lemon juice, 1 bottle cracked black peppercorns, 1 package whole wheat couscous, 1 small bottle/can low-salt V-8 juice*, 1 small can pitted black olives, 1 bag washed, ready-to-eat spinach, 1 container fresh diced onion. Staples: olive oil, minced garlic, salt, black peppercorns. * Look for low-salt V-8 juice containing per cup (8 ounces): 51 calories, 10 g carbohydrate, 141 mg sodium. LEMON PEPPER SHRIMP AND COUSCOUS ON A BED OF SPINACH Mix olive oil, lemon juice and black pepper together in a bowl or self-seal plastic bag. Add shrimp and marinate for 5 minutes while the rest of the ingredients are prepared. Remove shrimp from marinade and set aside. Reserve marinade. Heat a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and add marinade. Add onion, garlic and couscous. Saute 1 minute. Add V-8 juice to the skillet with the olives. Bring to a simmer, cover with a lid and gently simmer 5 minutes. Add shrimp and simmer, covered 2 minutes or to warm through. Add salt and pepper to taste. Place spinach in a bowl and microwave on high 1 minute. Divide spinach between 2 dinner plates. Spoon shrimp and couscous over spinach. Per serving: 502 calories, 110 calories from fat, 12.2 g total fat, 1.8 g saturated fat, 6.4 g monounsaturated fat, 258 mg cholesterol, 490 mg sodium, 56.2 g carbohydrate, 8.3 g dietary fiber, 4.8 g sugars, 44.7 g protein Continue reading >>

Shrimp Recipes

Shrimp Recipes

Shrimp can be found in many sizes and is available year-round from sources all over the world. A 3-ounce serving of cooked shrimp contains almost no fat and zero carbohydrate, but provides about 18 grams of protein. This section includes a wide range of shrimp dishes that can easily fit into a healthy diabetic diet. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Shrimp Scampi Recipe

Diabetic Shrimp Scampi Recipe

This is a delicious diabetic shrimp scampi recipe. Cooking for yourself or someone with diabetics can be somewhat of a painful experience until you know what can and can not be eaten. But don't be discourages, because you can still create mouthwatering dishes that look and taste great. Don't think so? Give this shrimp scampi recipe a try. This is one of my favorite seafood recipe to prepare. I use to think my diabetes prevented me from eating this dish, but, for know that is not the case. I'll prepare shrimp scampi whenever I get a chance. For now, I invite you to try out the recipe, see for yourself how good these shrimp really taste. 3/4 pound large shrimp, raw, peeled and deveined (6-8 shrimp) As always, the key to great cooking is to be prepared and to use quality ingredients. Heat olive oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add garlic, cook and stir for about 3 minutes. Add the shrimp and cook for 2 minutes. Next add lemon vest, lemon juice and pepper and continue to cook for an additional 2 minutes, until shrimp are done (pinkish white and firm to touch). Sprinkle with parsley and serve immediately with a side dish. We recommend that you serving your favorite pasta with this shrimp scampi dish. Enjoy! Continue reading >>

Sauted Shrimp Recipe For Diabetics

Sauted Shrimp Recipe For Diabetics

Preparation time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 5 minutes. 1/2 pound cooked and peeled shrimp (2024 count size) 1 cup baby spinach leaves, rinsed and drained Place sun-dried tomato halves into a small bowl. Pour hot water over the tomatoes and set aside for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. After 10 minutes, remove tomatoes from the water, reserving the water for later use. Chop tomatoes and set aside. In a large saut pan, heat olive oil. Add cooked shrimp and saut. Add chopped tomato and spinach, then pour in the 1/4 cup reserved hot water and continue cooking. Add dried basil and black pepper, stir until combined, and serve immediately. Yield: 2 servings. Serving size: 4 ounces shrimp. Calories: 188 calories, Carbohydrates: 4 g, Protein: 25 g, Fat: 8 g, Saturated Fat: 2 g, Cholesterol: 221 mg, Sodium: 346 mg, Fiber: 1 g See more Diabetic Snack and Appetizer Recipes This recipe was created by Kathleen Stanley, a diabetes educator at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Disclaimer Statements: Statements and opinions expressed on this Web site are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the publishers or advertisers. The information provided on this Web site should not be construed as medical instruction. Consult appropriate health-care professionals before taking action based on this information. Continue reading >>

Shrimp And Scallops With Cheesy Cream Sauce

Shrimp And Scallops With Cheesy Cream Sauce

Diabetes & You > Recipes > Shrimp and Scallops with Cheesy Cream Sauce Shrimp and Scallops with Cheesy Cream Sauce There are many combinations of seafood that can be used. A more economical version can be made by combining a firm white fish such as cod, grouper or halibut with some of the seafood. Freeze shrimp with their shells to preserve the best taste. 1 lb seafood (shrimp, scallops or combination) 500 g 2 oz goat or feta cheese, crumbled 50 g Sauce: In small saucepan, melt margarine; stir in flour and cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add wine and milk; cook, stirring, until thickened and smooth, approximately 2 minutes. Set aside and keep warm. In nonstick skillet, melt margarine; saut garlic, green onions and seafood just until seafood is opaque. Remove from stove; add sauce and mix well. Pour into serving dish; sprinkle parsley and cheese over top. Canadas Choice per Serving: 4 Meat & Alternatives Recipe reprinted with permission from Complete Canadian Diabetes Cookbook, Katherine E. Younker, Robert Rose Inc., 2005, . Continue reading >>

Low Carb Peel & Eat Shrimp

Low Carb Peel & Eat Shrimp

These peel and eat shrimp are baked in the oven, so they are incredibly easy and FAST! Tender, juicy and just the right amount of spicy, you will find them to be a quick and easy low carb entree. I served my shrimp with a tossed salad and cocktail sauce. Give them a try and let me know what you think! Easy low carb shrimp recipe you can serve to family and guests. This no fuss recipe yields tender, juicy shrimp with just the right amount of spicy. Please note that even though the sodium level for this recipe is very high, the seasoning is added to the shells which are discarded before eating. Continue reading >>

Fried Cauliflower Rice & Shrimp

Fried Cauliflower Rice & Shrimp

Have you ever struggled with finding healthy replacements for your favorite calorie-laden restaurant meals that not only taste like their unhealthy counterpartsbut are actually more satisfying and delicious? Well, here is Fried Cauliflower Rice & Shrimp to the rescue! Im sure youve heard of the recent buzz over cauliflower being the new it food capable of replacing things like mashed potatoes and rice. I certainly did my share of eye-rolling, even though roasted cauliflower is by far my favorite vegetable dish. Cauliflower replacemashed potatoes? Oh please, yeah right, and I bet I can make monkeys fly out of my butt too! That all changed though when I started a clean eating plan and I couldnt eat mashed potatoes. It was day two and my body was saying, Wow, I feel awesome not eating sugar and carb-loaded foods, but my mind was saying Carbs, carbs, carbs, carbs, carbs, carbs!! So instead of blowing my diet on a fleeting craving, I decided to try cauliflower mashed potatoes for the first time.and they were glorious. Yes, I became a believer in the almighty power of cauliflower, so I decided to see if it could really mimic the flavor and texture of rice too. Im happy to report that it hit the mark on both flavor and texture, hence this recipe for the oh-so-tasty Fried Cauliflower Rice & Shrimp! Shrimp, garlic, ginger, red bell pepper, soy sauce, eggs, and a touch of sesame oil pack this fried rice with such vibrant flavors and texture that you will want to shun the unhealthy take-out for good! Fried Cauliflower Rice & Shrimp stir-frying tips All thats required is a little chopping and measuring of a few ingredients, so you will have very few dishes to clean! If you dont have a wok, no worries! Just use the largest saut pan you have on hand. Dry the shrimp really well befor Continue reading >>

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