Ginger Soy Dressing Recipe

pEMGinger Soy Dressing Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.com/emIngredients: /pP1/2 cup lite soy sauce2 tbsp sesame oil2 tbsp rice vinegar1 tbsp grated fresh ginger1 tbsp dry sherry1 tsp granulated sugar substitute/pPreparation: PCombine all ingredients in a small jar, cover tightly, and shake vigorouslyuntil well blended. Keep covered and refrigerated until ready to serve.Shake again before serving.16 servings/Serving size: 1 TbspExchanges: Fat Exchange -- 1/2 Calories -- 20 Calories from Fat -- 15 TotalFat -- 2g Saturated Fat -- 0g Cholesterol -- 0mg Sodium -- 300mgCarbohydrate -- 1g Dietary Fiber -- 0g Sugars -- 1g Protein -- 0gCopyright ? 1998 American Diabetes AssociationRecipe for Tuesday, 8/4/98For your end-of-summer parties, try a recipe from The Complete Quick Hearty Diabetic Cookbook, one of our newest publications, featuring dozensof simple, yet elegant, recipes that your friends and family will adore.You can order a copy of this and many other cookbooks from our onlinebookstore or call 1-800-ADA-ORDER (1-800-232-6733).Notes: This dressing can double as a marinade for chicken, turkey, or fish.MC formatted by Barb at Possum Kingdom using MC Buster 2.0g SNT on8/10/98Converted by MC_Buster.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Contributor: http://www.diabetes.org/ada/rcptoday.htmlPreparation Time: 0:00 /pPSTRONGServes: 16 /strong/pGinger Soy Dressing Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.comH2Is this Ginger Soy Dressing Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?/h2PThis Ginger Soy Dressing recipe comes from our collection of diabetic Salad Dressing recipes. Because we don`t know your precise health problems the guidelines your health advisors have given to you, we are unable to say for sure that this Ginger Soy Dressing recipe is safe for you. Still, because someone designated it as `diabetic` it indicates that it at least meets the minimum specification for the tag `diabetic friendly`, being low in carbohydrates and fat, and as a result should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. Still, this Ginger Soy Dressing recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the recipe contents are suitable for you. /pSTRONGGinger Soy Dressing Recipe - Important Disclaimer/strongPThis Ginger Soy Dressing Recipe is part of the STRONGdiabetic Salad Dressing recipes/strong collection. Please understand, it is totally impracticable for us to validate every single one of the EMdiabetic Salad Dressing recipes/em to verify that they are all totally safe for people with diabetes. Our diabetic recipe collection has in excess of two thousand diabetic recipes in the collection, and to prepare each of them at a rate of 7 recipes per week would take far too long. You are therefore advised to check the recipe ingredients with care to confirm that they are compatible with the diabetes nutritional advice your nutritionalist has provided. If you suspect that this Ginger Soy Dressing recipe have errors, please inform us and we will withdraw it from our site. /p

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