Beef Barley Soup Recipe

Beef Barley Soup Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

2 lb beef short ribs, with bones5 cup water1 3/4 cup tomatoes, canned, diced, undrained1 medium onion, chopped1 tsp salt, optional1/8 tsp pepper2 cup carrots, sliced1 cup celery, sliced1 cup cabbage, chopped2/3 cup pearl barley, quick cooking1/4 cup minced fresh parsley

Preparation:

In a soup kettle, combine ribs, water, tomatoes, onion, salt if desiredand pepper; bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat; cover andsimmer for 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until meat is tender. Remove ribs;cool. Skim fat from broth. Remove meat from bones and cut intobite-size pieces; return to broth. Add carrots, celery, and cabbage;bring to boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 15 minutes. Add barleyreturn to boil. Reduce heat; cover and cook 10-15 minutes or untilbarley and vegetables are tender. Add parsley.(you might want to omit the salt and add low sodium beef broth cubes)- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -NOTES : Yields: 2 quarts or 8 - 1 cup servings.Found in the Taste of Home November/97 MagazineDiabetic Exchanges:One cup serving (prepared without salt) equals 3 meat, 1 vegetable, 1starch 1 fatContributor: Jan Spencer - Taste of Home Field EditorPreparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 8

Beef Barley Soup Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.com

Is this Beef Barley Soup Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Beef Barley Soup recipe comes from our collection of healthy diabetic Soup recipes. Because we are ignorant of your precise diabetic conditions & the guidelines your nutritionalist has given you, we can`t say for sure that this Beef Barley Soup recipe is OK for you. Nonetheless, as the original author labeled it as `diabetic` it should suggest that it, if nothing else, covers the basic specification for the tag `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and consequently should be better for you than a standard recipe. Even taking that into account, this Beef Barley Soup recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are acceptable for you.

Beef Barley Soup Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Beef Barley Soup Recipe comes from our diabetic Soup recipes category. Obviously, it would be unfeasible for us to check every one of the diabetic Soup recipes to make certain that all the recipes are 100% OK for diabetics. Our site has in excess of 2000 recipes listed, and to validate each recipe even at one each day would occupy us for more than 72 months. You should analyse the nutritional content with due care to confirm that all the recipes agree with the diabetes nutritional advice your doctors have given you. In the event that you find that this Beef Barley Soup recipe is not safe for sufferers of diabetes, then tell us & we will remove the offending recipe from the recipe site.

Soup

Get A Free 7 Day Diabetes Meal Plan

Get a free 7-Day Diabetes Meal Plan from Constance Brown-Riggs who is a Registered Dietitian-Certified Diabetes Educator and who is also a national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.

Just enter in your email below to download your free Diabetes Meal Plan.

By clicking Submit, you agree to send your info to InformationAboutDiabetes.com who may contact you with updates and information and we agree to use it according to our privacy policy.

More Articles

One way to ensure our body gets a variety of nutrients is eating nutrient-dense foods, and one of the most nutrient-dense foods on our planet is...

Chamomile tea has long been prized for its calming properties, but few people realize it’s also beneficial for glucose regulation. Traditionally,...

Matcha tea is a rich, creamy, full-bodied beverage with amazing nutritional properties that address several diabetes health concerns. The trace...

It would be interesting to know how many people with diabetes actually use blood glucose control solutions to regularly check the accuracy of...

A mood is an internal state or condition of feeling. It colors everything else we experience, much like colored sunglasses add a tint to...

More Articles

You may think beer, wine, and liquor would be categorized as food, but in reality, alcohol is a drug. Just like medications, alcohol has powerful...

Hot weather does not directly alter blood glucose levels. However, sweltering temperatures affect our metabolism and the release of hormones. Heat...

When it comes to certain foods, there are always questions as to whether or not a diabetic can have them without...

Those who have not yet been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes can greatly reduce their susceptibility by doing one key...

Although diabetes is common, many people who have been diagnosed do not completely understand how it develops or whether it is hereditary....

With such a marked increase in the number of new diabetes cases, more people are wondering if type 1 diabetes...

It would be interesting to know how many people with diabetes actually use blood glucose control solutions to regularly check the accuracy of...

Any sweetener you use to replace table sugar is a sugar substitute. One type of sugar substitute is artificial sweetener. Three other types...

Diabetes is a health condition that disrupts the body’s normal production of insulin. Currently, more than one million Americans are diagnosed...

Matcha tea is a rich, creamy, full-bodied beverage with amazing nutritional properties that address several diabetes health concerns. The trace...

The different sugar content of fruits can be confusing when you are trying to manage your...

A diabetes meal plan is a guide indicating what types of foods, and how much of them, people should eat at meal and snack time. Following a meal...

Not only is dry skin uncomfortable, but scratched or cracked skin is also susceptible to bacterial and fungal infections – common medical...

The most convenient places in a fridge to store our stock of insulin may not be the best places. We tend to think our refrigerators maintain a...

=It’s helpful to know the difference between a food’s total grams of carbohydrate, and net grams of carbohydrate since only net carbs affect blood...