3 Easy Salad Recipes to Help Control Diabetes

Three easy, salad recipes to help control diabetes don't forget to subscribe this channel Not all salads are healthy, as some are loaded with hidden, sugars, and fats but These easy to do salad recipes are tasty Mouth-watering and ideal in controlling diabetes use the below recipes to pair with a hearty and healthy Main course one spinach with garlic vinaigrette Ingredients 6

Cups, baby spinach leaves are about 6 ounces 2 minced garlic cloves 1/4 cup sliced red onion 1/4 of a teaspoon, black pepper Ground 1/8 of a teaspoon salt 1 and 1/2 tablespoon, extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon, white wine vinegar 1/2 a tsp dijon mustard Directions 1 combine all the ingredients except the red onion and spinach in a large, bowl, while stirring Well as with a whisk to at the six cups spinach and red onion 3 toss to coat to enliven cucumber salad Ingredients 200 grams of cucumbers 90 grams of endives 10 grams of black olives olive oil vinegar Salt directions 1 prepare the endives then peel and cut, the cucumbers wash afterwards to combine all ingredients in a Bowl 3 seasoned with vinegar salt and oil to taste 3 cucumber salad Ingredients 1 large english cucumber or two medium cucumbers 2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds 1 Tsp stevia 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup rice vinegar directions 1/4 servings of about 1 Cup, each to peel the cucumbers to leave alternating green stripes then, slice the cucumber's in half lengthwise While scraping the seeds out using a spoon 3 cut into very thin slices by using a food processor Or knife then put in a double layer of paper towel While squeezing gently to remove any Excess moisture 4 mix together the salt stevia and vinegar in a medium bowl Stir to dissolve then add the cucumbers and sesame seeds 5 toss, well to combine and serve immediately


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