Asparagus Cashew Recipe

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

1/4 cup salted cashew nuts, used salt free4 tbsp butter used margarine instead4 tbsp margarine, to taste1 lb asparagus, rinsed trimmed2 tbsp water

Preparation:

In a large saucepan cook cashew nuts in 2 tablespoon butter over maderateheat, stirring, for 2 minutes and transfer them with slotted spoon to papertowels to drain. Add to the pan the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter andthe asparagus over high heat for 1 minute. Add 2 tablespoons water and cookcovered for 3-4 minutes or until asparagus is tender. Transfer theasparagus with slotted spatula to a heated serving dish and spatula to aheated serving dish and spinkle with the nuts. (I wouldn't do this muchwork for any thing. I'd steam the asparagus. I would also cook the cashewnuts in a non-stick pan using vegetalbe spray, if I JUST had to have themroasted. If I had no cashew, I would use any nuts that I have on hand.After reciepes were made to be change). Food Exchange per serving: Almostfree....depend on how you cook it and how many folks you serve. Source:Simply Simpatico, A Taste of New Mexico from the Junior League ofAlbuquerque. Brought to you and yours via Nancy O'Brion and herMeal-Master.

Serves: 4

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Is this Asparagus Cashew Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Asparagus Cashew recipe is one of our collection of healthy diabetic Asparagus recipes. As we know nothing about your peculiar health concerns & the guidelines your health advisors have given to you, we can`t say for sure that this Asparagus Cashew recipe is suitable for you. Even taking that into consideration, because the compiler labelled it as `diabetic` it suggests in theory, that it, if nothing else, matches the basic precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low fat and low carbohydrate and therefore, should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. However, this Asparagus Cashew recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are OK for you.

Asparagus Cashew Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Asparagus Cashew Recipe comes from the diabetic Asparagus recipes section. Sadly it would be impossible for us to prepare each of the diabetic Asparagus recipes to make certain that all of them are completely modified for diabetes sufferers. We have over 2000 diabetic recipes in the collection, and to validate them all even at a speed of one recipe per day would occupy us for as long as 290 weeks. It would be wise to analyse the recipe ingredients carefully to verify that all the recipes agree with the diabetes nutritional guidelines your medical team has given you. If you think that this Asparagus Cashew recipe is incorrect, please contact us and we will change or remove it from the recipe site.

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