Scalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe

pEMScalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.com/emIngredients: /pPFORMATTED BY JOYCE BURTON1 medium onion, thinly sliced and separat5 medium potatoes, thinly sliced1/2 tsp salt1/4 tsp pepper, if desired1/2 tsp imitation butter flavor2 cup skim milk/pPreparation: PCut onion slices in half. Place layer of potatoes and layer of onion insmall casserole dish, separating onion into half-rings as you spread it.Sprinkle part of the salt and pepper over this layer. Repeat untilvegetables and seasonings are used up.Mix butter flavor with milk and pour over potatoes. Bake in oven for 1 hourand 15 minutes at 400 degrees, or cook 15-20 minutes on high in themicrowave and place a large plate under casserole to collect boiled-overliquid. Rotate dish in microwave 180 degrees when potatoes are half-done.(Oven baking soaks up more liquid than the microwave method.)Yields 10 (1/2- cup) servings.Nutrients per serving: Calories 81, Fat --, Cholesterol 1mg, Carbohydrate17g, Sodium 106mg. Exchanges: Bread 1, Milk 1/2.Source: "There IS Life after Lettuce" by Pepper Durcholz, Alberta Gentry,and Carolyn Williamson, M.S. /pPSTRONGServes: 10 /strong/pScalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.comH2Is this Scalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?/h2PThis Scalloped Potatoes And Onions recipe comes from our collection of diabetic Potato recipes. Because we are unaware of your special medical concerns the advice your nutritionalist has provided, we are unable to say for certain that this Scalloped Potatoes And Onions recipe is OK for you. Nonetheless, as someone marked it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it, if nothing else, meets the basic specification for the label `diabetic`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and as a result should be better for you than the non-diabetic equivalent. For all that, this Scalloped Potatoes And Onions 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. /pSTRONGScalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe - Important Disclaimer/strongPThis Scalloped Potatoes And Onions Recipe is part of our STRONGdiabetic Potato recipes/strong collection. Sadly it would be unthinkable for us to check each of the EMdiabetic Potato recipes/em to make certain that they are 100% OK for diabetes sufferers. We have more than two thousand recipes in it, and to check every one of them even at a rate of 4 or 5 a weeek would take more than six years. You are therefore advised to read the nutritional content carefully to verify that they are compatible with the dietary advice your medical advisors have offered you. If you suspect that this Scalloped Potatoes And Onions recipe is not appropriate for diabetics, please let us know we will remove the problem recipe from the site. /p

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