Crab On Crackers Recipe

Crab On Crackers Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

7.00 oz Crabmeat2.00 tb Cornstarch0.25 ts Marjoram1.00 ds Garlic Salt0.25 c Celery, finely chopped3.00 tb Onion, finely chopped0.25 c Reduced-Calorie Mayonnaise36.00 Round Crackers

Preparation:

Drain the liquid from the crabmeat into a smallmicrowave bowl or measuring cup. Stir in thecornstarch until dissolved. Stir in the marjoram andgarlic salt.With the microwave on HIGH, cook for 30 seconds. Stirand return to the microwave for 30 more seconds if themixture is not clear and thickened. Allow to cool.Flake the crabmeat. Combine the flaked crabmeat,celery, onion and mayonnaise in a bowl. Stir in thecrab liquid.Divide the crabmeat mixture evenly between the 36crackers. Place 12 crackers in a circle around theedge of a paper plate (do the same for two moreplates).With the microwave on HIGH, cook for 30 seconds, thenrotate the plate one-half turn and continue cookingfor 15 seconds more. One Serving: Calories: 59Carbohydrates: 6Exchange: 1/2 bread; 1/4 medium-fat meat Source:Diabetic Microwave Cookbook, by Mary Jane FinsandSterling Publishing (1989), ISBN 0-8069-6957-1,ISBN 0-8069-6960-1 (pbk.)Shared by: Norman R. Brown- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 18

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Is this Crab On Crackers Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Crab On Crackers recipe is one of our category which contains diabetic Crab recipes. Because we are unaware of your precise medical conditions & the guidelines your medical team has provided, we really can`t say with certainty that this Crab On Crackers recipe is appropriate for you. However, as the original compiler labeled it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggest that it at least complies with the basic precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low in carbs & fat, and as a result should be better for your health than a typical non-diabetic recipe. Nonetheless, this Crab On Crackers recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are appropriate for you.

Crab On Crackers Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Crab On Crackers Recipe is part of our diabetic Crab recipes collection. Clearly, it would be unfeasible for us to prepare every single one of the diabetic Crab recipes to certify that they are all totally safe for diabetics. Our site has in excess of 2000 recipes in it, and to prepare each recipe at the rate of one each day would take nearly six years. It would be wise to analyse the recipe ingredients with care to make sure that all the recipes comply with the nutritional guidelines your medical team has given you. If you think that this Crab On Crackers recipe is incorrect, then tell us & we will delete the problem recipe from our site.

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