Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley Recipe

Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

1 Cauliflower head1 bunch Broccoli2 small Onions, sliced and separated into1/2 cup Mayonnaise1/3 cup Vegetable oil1/3 cup Vinegar1/4 cup Sugar1/2 tsp Salt1/4 tsp Pepper2 slice Bacon, cooked and crumbled

Preparation:

Wash cauliflower, and remove green leaves. Separate the cauliflowerinto flowerets, slicing the large ones into bite-size pieces.Trim off large leaves of broccoli. Remove tough ends of lowerstalks, and wash broccoli thoroughly. Cut into bite-size pieces.Combine vegetables in a large bowl. Combine remaining ingredientsexcept bacon; add to vegetables, tossing gently. Chill several hoursor overnight. Garnish with bacon.SOURCE: Southern Living Magazine, sometime in 1981. Typed for you byNancy Coleman.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 6

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Is this Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley recipe is part of our collection of tasty diabetic Broccoli recipes. Because we are ignorant of your unique health concerns and the advice your doctors have given to you, we can`t say for certain that this Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley recipe is OK for you. All the same, because somebody designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, if nothing else, complies with the minimum consideration for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in fat and carbs and therefore, should be healthier than a standard recipe. Even taking that into account, this Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley recipe must only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the contents of the recipe are suitable for you.

Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley Recipe is one from our diabetic Broccoli recipes section. It is unthinkable for us to check every single one of the diabetic Broccoli recipes to establish that all of them are completely OK for diabetics. We have over two thousand individual recipes in the collection, & to validate every one of them at a rate of one recipe every day would occupy us for nearly 6 years. You should read the recipe content with care to verify that they are compatible with the diabetes nutritional advice your medical team has provided. In the event that you feel that this Cauliflower-Broccoli Medley recipe is unsuitable for sufferers of diabetes, then kindly let us know and we will modify or remove the recipe concerned from the collection.

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