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7 Yummy Recipes To Add To Your Diabetes Diet

We bring you some delicious recipes to amp up your boring and monotonous diabetes diet.
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  • 7 Yummy Recipes To Add To Your Diabetes Diet

    Diabetes is a lifestyle disease that causes blood sugar levels to fluctuate. It is incurable; hence one needs to keep it under control with proper medication, healthy lifestyle, and most importantly nutritious diet. But that doesn't mean you have to give up on everything tasty and appetising. Instead, tweak the recipes and make them diabetes-friendly in just no time. How, you ask. Here are 7 recipes that will help you prepare delicious diabetes-friendly dishes at home.
  • Low Fat Dry Pepper Chicken

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    This Andhra-style chicken recipe is marinated in pepper and turmeric and is garnished with whole red chillies. This recipe is created in such a way where you don't need to worry about the calories. You can even serve this dish at any party!
  • Low Fat Butter Chicken

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    Butter chicken is one of those dishes that almost everyone loves to relish. The juicy and succulent chicken pieces mixed with yummy gravy are heavenly to have. Make this delicious low-fat version of butter chicken and pair it with either rice or roti.
  • Sugar-Free Granola

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    This granola is easy and quick to make and a perfect recipe to have for breakfast. It is packed with the goodness of sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, and oats. You can mix this with yoghurt and enjoy it.
  • Sugar-Free Rice Pudding

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    This sugar-free rice pudding is made with lemongrass, a stick of cinnamon, and freshly ground nutmeg. It is served with a lemon-zest-infused pineapple ginger relish.
  • Kanyakumari Fish Curry

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    This fish curry is made with coconut, tamarind, mild spices and absolutely no oil. It is perfect for the time when you want to have something new and exciting. Pair it with roti or rice, and it will taste delicious.
  • Low Fat Two-In-One Phirni

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    Who doesn't love sweets, especially when it's creamy?! So, to give your classic phirni a low-fat twist, make this phirni with rice, milk, almonds, cardamom and a layer of pistas and flavour it with rose essence.
  • Khatti Mithi Faliyan

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    This dish is a Gujarati classic made with beans which are tossed in sweet jaggery and spicy coconut mixture.
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