Asparagus Almondine Recipe

Asparagus Almondine Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

3 cup diagonally sliced asparagus2 tbsp low-calorie margarine1/4 cup sliced almondsfresh ground pepper1 dash salt, optional

Preparation:

Blanch the asparagus in boiling water for 2 minutes and drain.Melt the margarine in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add the almonds andsaut? until the almonds are toasted, about 3 minutes. Top the asparaguswith the almonds. Season with pepper and salt and serve.Serving size: 1/2 cupExchanges: Monounsaturated Fat Exchange -- 1 Vegetable Exchange -- 1Calories -- 65 Calories from Fat -- 41 Total Fat -- 5g Saturated Fat -- 1gCholesterol -- 0mg Sodium -- 40mg Carbohydrate -- 5g Dietary Fiber -- 2gSugars -- 2g Protein -- 3gNotes: Recipe for Saturday, 5/9/98In honor of Mother's Day, this week we are featuring seven delectablerecipes from the cookbook Memorable Menus Made Easy, Robyn Webb's newestculinary collection of elegant dishes that will make every day a specialoccasion at home.Make this Mother's Day memorable by preparing one or all seven of theserecipes for a truly extraordinary celebration. You can order a copy ofthis and many other cookbooks from our online bookstore or call1-800-ADA-ORDER (1-800-232-6733).Copyright ? 1998 American Diabetes AssociationMC formatted using MC Buster 2.0f & SNT on 5/9/98- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Contributor: http://www.diabetes.org/recipesPreparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 6

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Is this Asparagus Almondine Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Asparagus Almondine recipe is part of our category which lists diabetic Asparagus recipes. As we don`t know your special health conditions and the guidelines your nutritionalist has provided, we can`t say for sure that this Asparagus Almondine recipe is acceptable for you. Even taking that into consideration, as the compiler labeled it as `diabetic` it should suggest that it at least meets the minimum specification for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. Despite that, this Asparagus Almondine recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the ingredients are acceptable for you.

Asparagus Almondine Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Asparagus Almondine Recipe is part of the diabetic Asparagus recipes collection. Clearly, it is impossible for us to validate every single one of the diabetic Asparagus recipes to certify that all the recipes are 100% adapted for diabetes sufferers. There are in excess of two thousand unique recipes in the collection, & to check each of them even at a rate of one every 24 hours would take more than 72 months. You should read the ingredients to make sure that all the recipes are compatible with the nutritional advice your doctor has given you. If you find that this Asparagus Almondine recipe is wrong, then please let us know & we will remove the problem recipe from the diabetic recipe collection.

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