Eat Well Live Well Diabetes NZ Recipe Book

Eat Well Live Well Diabetes NZ Recipe Book

34.99

Eat Well Live Well with tasty meals suitable for the whole whānau.

Featuring recipes inspired by Māori, Pacific Island, Chinese, Indo-Asian and European flavours, Eat Well Live Well gives people the chance to enjoy a melting pot of Kiwi cuisine at home, knowing that every recipe is suitable for people with type 1, type 2, gestational, or prediabetes.

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Diabetes New Zealand is proud to present a recipe book containing diabetes-friendly meals everyone will love.  They are designed to be tasty, easy to make, quick to prepare and all use affordable ingredients.  Each recipe comes with a nutritional analysis so if you are watching your glucose levels or simply watching your weight this guide will help keep you in check.   The recipe book contains a variety of cuisine to tailor to New Zealand’s diverse ethnic population and also includes handy hints, tips and useful food facts to help keep people on track with their healthy lifestyle choices. 

 

Some contributors Include: Jax Hamilton, Simon & Alison Holst, Brett McGregor, Robert Oliver, Kit Perera, Claire Turnbull and Lee-Anne Wann.

 Strawberry, Pistachio and Quinoa Salad  Contribution from Rachel Knight

Strawberry, Pistachio and Quinoa Salad

Contribution from Rachel Knight

 Cottage Cheese & Jelly Cheesecakes (serves 4)  Contribution from Helen Gibbs, Diabetes NZ Dietitian

Cottage Cheese & Jelly Cheesecakes (serves 4)

Contribution from Helen Gibbs, Diabetes NZ Dietitian

 Chickpea, Spinach, Paneer Curry  Contribution from Marsha Mackie

Chickpea, Spinach, Paneer Curry

Contribution from Marsha Mackie

 Sapasui (chop suey) for the family (serves 6)  Contribution from Helen Gibbs, Diabetes NZ Dietitian

Sapasui (chop suey) for the family (serves 6)

Contribution from Helen Gibbs, Diabetes NZ Dietitian

 

Contents

EATING WELL WITH DIABETES

Oils

Fats

Salt

MAINS

Meat

Thai Style beef with chilli and basil

One-Pan Dinner

Fragrant beef and pumpkin curry

Healthy boil up

Beef stroganoff

Povi massima (corned beef)

Lamb curry with couscous - slow cooker recipe

Sweet & sour pork - slow cooker recipe

Chicken

Chris’s tai chicken

Chicken, carrot & green bean curry

Tomato basil chicken

Clay pot chicken with shitake and rice

Cumin and dill chicken

Chicken, kumara and orange salad

Sapasui (chop suey)

Fish

Roasted salmon with pesto tossed vegies

Baked fish with lemongrass and ginger

Oven-baked fish and chips

Monkfish curry

Poached terakihi with tomato and saffron

Salmon and lentil salad with mustard sauce

Vegetarian

Spinach paneer curry

Pumpkin, spinach and pea curry

Vegetarian cottage pie

Red lentil loaf

Papiloa’s pawpaw soup

Kit’s curry powder

Jax’s cashew nut pesto

SIDES

Vegetables

Vegie facts

Cauliflower rice

Spiced pumpkin

Sesame broccoli

Citrus baked kumara

Stuffed capsicum

Cheryl Lal’s Bora beans with Baigani (Cowpeas with Aubergine)

Salads

Carrot and currant salad

Edamame and chickpea salad

Maria Cowan -York’s raw tuna salad with pawpaw seeds

Nourish me bowl

Celery and apple salad

Strawberry, pistachio and quinoa salad

Tofu “mayonnaise”

DESSERTS

Tips to get moving

Yoghurt berry bark

Rustic cocoa, cinnamon meringues

Chocolate pudding

Cottage cheese and jelly cheesecakes

Kawakawa, banana and ginger sorbet

Banana boysenberry hotcakes

SNACKS and LUNCH BOX IDEAS

Tasty lunches made easy

Lemon, poppy seed & zucchini muffins

Kawakawa, cheese & onion scones

Empanadas

Broccoli egg bake

Oaty biscuits

Cinnamon & apple muffins

Spinach & feta muffins

Sandwich filling ideas

Understanding food labels