Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina Recipe

Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1.00 lb Asparagus, fresh spears3.00 tb Pine nuts0.25 c Olive oil1.00 tb Lemon juice, fresh1.00 Clove garlic, crushed0.50 ts Salt0.50 ts Basil, dried whole0.50 ts Oregano, dried wholePepper, freshly ground

Preparation:

Snap off tough ends of asparagus. Remove scales fromstalks with knife or vegetable peeler, if desired.Place spears in a steaming rack over boiling water;cover and steam 4-5 minutes or until spears arecrisp-tender. Transfer to a serving platter. Sauteepine nuts in a small skillet over medium heat 2-3minutes, until browned. Set aside. Combine olive oiland remaining ingredients in a medium saucepan; stirwith a wire whisk to blend. Cook over medium heat 2-3minutes or until thoroughly heated, stirringconstantly. Pour over asparagus. Sprinkle with pinenuts. Let stand to room temperature before serving.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 4

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Is this Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina recipe is one of our category which contains diabetic Asparagus recipes. Because we have no knowledge of your precise diabetic conditions & the guidelines your medical team has offered you, we cannot say with certainty that this Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina recipe is appropriate for you. Be that as it may, because somebody labeled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least matches the minimum condition for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and so should be more healthy than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. For all that, this Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe ingredients are OK for you.

Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina Recipe comes from the diabetic Asparagus recipes collection. Obviously, it would be totally unfeasible for us to prepare every one of the diabetic Asparagus recipes to make certain that all the recipes are completely modified for people with diabetes. Our site has over 2000 unique recipes in it, & to prepare each recipe even at 7 recipes per week would occupy us for 6 years. We strongly advise you to check the recipe ingredients with care to verify that all of them comply with the dietary guidelines your medical team has given you. If you feel that this Asparagus With Toasted Pine Nuts & Lemon Vina recipe is not safe for sufferers of diabetes, please let us know & we will delete the offending recipe from our recipe site.

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