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Petua Pemakanan Untuk Kencing Manis – Bhg 3

Makanan yang perlu dielakkan sama sekali:

  • Gula – semua jenis
  • semua jenis manisan dan coklat (kecuali coklat masakan yang mengandungi minima 70% coklat asli dalam kuantiti yang rendah)
  • semua jenis makanan yang mengandungi gula derivatif yang mempunyai akhiran -ose seperti glucose, sucrose, lactose, maltose dan banyak lagi.
  • Makanan berkanji seperti pulut, beras (terutama beras siam), gandum, jenis-jenis ubi seperti ubi kentang dan ubi kayu
  • Susu rendah lemak atau susu skim, dan susu pekat manis (Susu cair atau susu segar penuh krim dibolehkan dalam kuantiti yang sedikit)
  • Yoghurt rendah lemak dan yoghurt berperisa (termasuk susu berperisa)
  • Sos cili, sos tomato dan kicap (kecuali kicap jenama Kikkoman kerana jenama ini tidak mengandungi gula)
  • Semua jenis minuman dalam botol/tin, sirap dan skuasy
  • Buahan dalam tin dan jus buah-buahan (buahan dalam bentuk jus mempunyai kandungan gula lebih tinggi dari buahan segar) kecuali jus yang dicairkan – satu bahagian dicampurkan 4 bahagian air.

Makanan yang sesuai dimakan:

  • Semua jenis daging – kambing, lembu
  • jenis burung – ayam, itik, turkey, puyuh, merpati dsbnya
  • Hati, limpa, paru, buah pinggang (mengandungi khasiat vitamin dan mineral yang sesuai untuk tubuh)
  • Sosej dan nuget (bagaimanapun awasi senarai bahan dalam produk di pasaran kerana kebanyakan terdapat bahan tambahan yang perlu dielakkan seperti gula dan bijirin)
  • Semua jenis lemak binatang – tiada had seperti butter dan minyak sapi. Jangan buang lemak daging dalam masakan.
  • Ikan dan makanan laut termasuk yang dikeringkan
  • Telur – tiada had termasuk telur asin (kecuali telur “Omega-3” kerana telur jenis ini telah dihasilkan dari makanan tiruan yang mengandungi hormon tambahan)
  • Minyak kelapa, santan, kerisek, butter, minyak sapi, krim dan yoghurt penuh lemak
  • Keju kecuali cottage cheese. Pastikan anda dapatkan keju yang vegetarian kerana keju yang tidak dilabel vegetarian adalah tidak halal.
  • Herba dan rempah ratus
  • Sayur-sayuran dan buah-buahan segar bergantung kandungan karbohidrat
  • Tauhu, tempeh dan produk dari soya

Sayur-sayuran yang sesuai

  • Lobak merah
  • Lobak putih
  • Leek
  • Labu air
  • Labu panjang
  • Labu kuning
  • Asparagus
  • Taugeh (termasuk taugeh kacang hitam, taugeh kacang soya, taugeh kacang hijau)
  • Kacang panjang
  • Semua jenis Kobis
  • Bunga kobis
  • Broccoli
  • kacang buncis
  • Kacang tolo
  • Tomato (segar atau dalam tin)
  • semua jenis cili
  • Lada benggala
  • Bayam
  • Kangkung
  • Kailan
  • Semua jenis Sawi
  • Semua jenis cendawan
  • Dedaun salad
  • Dedaun hijau seperti pucuk ubi, pucuk ranti, pucuk labu, pucuk manis
  • Semua jenis ulam herba
  • Bebawang (seperti bawang besar, bawang putih, bawang merah, daun bawang)
  • Kucai
  • Petula
  • Bendi
  • Timun
  • Terung
  • Kelapa termasuk kelapa parut
  • Bangkuang atau sengkuang
  • water chestnut
  • Celery
  • Brussel sprout

Buah-buahan segar yang sesuai

  • Epal
  • Mangga (tidak lebih dari satu)
  • Nanas
  • Jambu batu
  • Betik
  • Peach
  • Strawberry
  • Blueberry
  • limau bali
  • limau nipis
  • limau kasturi
  • Tembikai dan jenis-jenis melon
  • Belimbing
  • Blackberry
  • Raspberry
  • Kiwi
  • Oren
  • Limau mandarin
  • Pear dan buah lai
  • Laichi
  • Avocado
  • Durian (tidak lebih dari 2 ulas)
  • Rambutan (tidak lebih dari 2 biji)

Kekurangan idea untuk menu masakan? Dapatkan inspirasi dari senarai resepi Maklong yang mesra diabetik atau diabetic-friendly dan hidangkannya bersama nasi tiruan.

Petua Pemakanan untuk Kencing Manis – Bhg 1

Petua Pemakanan untuk Kencing Manis – Bhg 2

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Baked chicken in homemade BBQ marinade

Chicken in BBQ marinade

This dish is made using homemade barbecue marinade inspired by Jamie Oliver’s Jamie At Home. Ideally the chicken is cooked covered in a slow oven and then finished on the barbecue, so you end up with a lovely charred chicken that is tender and juicy underneath. Not really wanting to bother with the hassle of preparing and cleaning the barbecue, I finished mine under a broiler which produced the same charred effect and the chicken is still just as tender and juicy. The original recipe called for a spatchcocked chicken where you open up the bird into one flat piece but since I didn’t have a big enough roasting tray, I have cut the chicken into four pieces to fit my slightly smaller tray. Serve with the reduced marinade drizzled over it accompanied with a fresh green salad.

Ingredients:

1 whole chicken (spatchcocked or chopped into 4 pieces)

1 large clove of garlic crushed

1 in cube of fresh ginger grated

1/2 cup of tomato paste (or 2 tbsp of tomato puree mixed with 1/2 cup of hot water)

1 tbsp of extra hot peri-peri sauce (you can reduce it to your taste)

1 tsp of oyster sauce

2 tsp of sesame oil

1 tsp of soy sauce

1 tsp of cumin

2 tsp of coriander

1 tsp of dried basil

zest and juice of 1 lemon

zest and juice of 1 orange

1 tsp of white pepper

2 tbsp of groundnut oil

salt and pepper to taste

Serves 4

Heat the oven to maximum temperature. Mix the all the marinade ingredients. Place the chicken in a roasting tray. Cut slits into the thickest part of chicken thighs and breast. Pour all the marinade over the chicken and rub the marinade thoroughly all over the chicken and into the slits. Cover the tray with aluminium foil and place it in the oven. Turn the oven down to Gas mark 4 and cook for 1 hour. In the meantime you can prepare your barbecue if using.

Take the tray out of the oven, remove the foil and place the chicken on the barbecue basting it regularly with the marinade. If not using the barbecue you can place it under the broiler or failing that you can simply move the tray to the top shelf of the oven with the foil off and basting it constantly.

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Grilled aubergine in sambal

grilled aubergine in sambal

This is a very nice way of having aubergine. Its lovely served with rice or rice substitute for the diabetics. I found the recipe here.  Here I have omitted the tomatoes and sugar.

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Cumin and coriander chicken

 

cumin and coriander chicken

Masakan ayam rempah ketumbar jintan atau dikenali juga sebagai ayam masak lemak kuning sangat popular di kalangan masyarakat Jawa di kampung Maklong. Juadah ni sering dihidang semasa kenduri kendara dan juga dipagi raya. Setiap akhir Ramadan, Atuk Abah akan pastikan juadah ini siap dimasak awal untuk di’punjung’  ke rumah  saudara mara dan jiran-jiran sebelah rumah. Di kampung biasanya Atuk Abah guna ayam kampung, jadi dagingnya manis dan penuh perisa asli. Gulai ayam rempah ketumbar jintan ni tak pedas dan selalunya dihidang bersama sambal goreng istimewa.

This dish is best made using freshly ground spices and free range whole chicken cooked on the bones for outstanding aroma and  flavour. However failing that, its okay to use shop bought ground cumin and coriander. Here I have used  boneless chicken thighs to adapt to the Western palate.

Ingredients:

2 boneless chicken thighs (chopped into bite-sized bits)

2 medium sized potatoes (peeled and chopped into same bite sized cubes)

2 level tsp coriander seeds

1 level tsp of cumin seeds

1 cm cube fresh turmeric  (peeled) or 1 level tsp of ground turmeric

1 cm cube of fresh ginger (peeled)

1 large clove of garlic peeled

2 shallots or half an onion peeled

2 stalks of lemon grass (trimmed)

 2 dried tamarind slices

1 cinnamon stick

1 star anise

2 cardamom pods

2 cloves

2tbsp of cooking oil

1 can of coconut milk

salt and ground white pepper

 

Dry roast the coriander and cumin seeds in a frying pan over  a slow heat stirring occasionally until they pop but not burnt. Then using a coffee grinder, grind the spices into powder. Blend the shallots or onion, garlic, ginger and turmeric with a touch of water until smooth. Then add the ground spices and blend again. Heat the oil in a thick based pan, when hot add the cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and star anise. Then add the blended ingredients and stir.  Add the chicken and potatoes. Stir thoroughly. Using the rolling pin, smash the base of the lemon grass stalks. Add the lemon grass and dried tamarind slices to the pot. Now pour in the coconut milk. Season well with with salt and white pepper. Bring to boil and then cover and let it simmer gently until the chicken is tender and the potatoes are soft. Serve with rice.

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