Cajun Tuna Recipe

Cajun Tuna Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 can white albacore tuna, drained in spring water1 tbsp chipote pepper1/4 cup green onions1 tsp white pepper1/4 cup celery, finely chopped1/8 cup mayo, (low-cal)1/2 cup boiled egg, chopped2 tbsp pickle relish1 pickled orka1 french bread

Preparation:

Mix well. Serve on french bread with pickled okra.Source: The San Diego Union-Trubine Food Section, Sept 29. 1994. & StanleyJackon, Kabby's, New Orleans Hilton RiversideBrought to you and yours via Nancy O'Brion and her Meal-Master.

Serves: 2

Cajun Tuna Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.com

Is this Cajun Tuna Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Cajun Tuna recipe comes from our category which contains diabetic Tuna recipes. Because we are ignorant of your precise diabetic problems and the advice your medical team has given you, we really can`t say with certainty that this Cajun Tuna recipe is acceptable for you. Nonetheless, as the compiler marked it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least matches the basic specification for the tag `diabetic`, being low fat and low carb and should be healthier than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Even taking that into account, this Cajun Tuna recipe should only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the contents of the recipe are acceptable for you.

Cajun Tuna Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Cajun Tuna Recipe comes from our diabetic Tuna recipes section. It would be totally unfeasible for us to cook every single one of the diabetic Tuna recipes to warrant that all the recipes are 100% adapted for people with diabetes. There are in excess of 2000 diabetic recipes in it, & to validate each of them at the rate of one recipe every day would take more than 290 weeks. Our advice is to read the recipe content to make sure that all the recipes agree with the diabetes nutritional advice your medical advisors have given you. In the event that you suspect that this Cajun Tuna recipe is not appropriate for sufferers of diabetes, please contact us and we will remove the recipe concerned from the diabetes friendly recipe collection.

Tuna

More Articles

Diabetic shoes are important as a common side effect of diabetes is "peripheral neuropathy," which causes loss of sensation in the extremities....

There’s something inherently playful about bouncing, which is why so many people enjoy rebounding. Rebounding, or exercising on a mini-trampoline...

Do not let pictures of yoga experts with their bodies twisted into bizarre, compact shapes fool you. Even people with stiff muscles, creaky joints...

One of the hardest parts about adopting a low-carb diet is giving up traditional baked goods and sweets. The good news, however, is that low-carb...

Insulin injections are a way of life for many people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, but for some people, they can be a little intimidating at...

More Articles

One of the hardest parts about adopting a low-carb diet is giving up traditional baked goods and sweets. The good news, however, is that low-carb...

Anyone can develop a fungal skin infection, but people with diabetes are more prone to them. A common cause of fungal infections in those with...

Many diabetics struggle to control the sudden blood sugar spikes that can occur after meals. Knowing why blood sugar spikes happen and making...

Do not let pictures of yoga experts with their bodies twisted into bizarre, compact shapes fool you. Even people with stiff muscles, creaky joints...

People often get diabetes and hypoglycemia confused with one another, believing that they are two different names for the same condition. In...

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

Insulin injections are a way of life for many people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, but for some people, they can be a little intimidating at...

With diabetes, it all used to be really simple: Type 1 diabetes was known as “childhood-onset,” and type 2 was “adult-onset” diabetes. The cause...

There’s something inherently playful about bouncing, which is why so many people enjoy rebounding. Rebounding, or exercising on a mini-trampoline...

Everyone from grandmothers to physicians tout oatmeal's wholesome goodness and health benefits. But, is oatmeal good for diabetics? Limited...

A common complication associated with diabetes is swollen feet. The swelling can...

Stomach aches and other gastrointestinal pains can be signs of a bigger problem. One such problem for diabetics is gastroparesis, or delayed...

Improving your A1C reading requires you to maintain consistently healthy blood...

The medical community relies heavily on the goodwill of its citizens, as giving blood and organ donations help save thousands of lives every year...

There are several misconceptions about Diabetes. Learn more about the top misconceptions vs. facts surrounding Type 2 Diabetes below.

86...