Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kippers

Diabetes breakfast ideas kippers is one healthiest, packed with energy providing protein omega3 oil,iron, riboflavin, vitamins A,D, B12, selenium and niacin. zero carbs is an ideal as part type 2diabetic diabetes control diet rotation foods.

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kippers Florentine

Kippers are a smoked herring the oak smoked Kippers are a specialist product from the Ilse of Man packed healthy good benefits

Place the Manx Kippers in a covered tall jug with boiling water and leave to stand for 10 minutes.

Throw the spinach, cumin and butter in a large pan over a medium heat for 5 minutes.

You can vary or add to this easy and quick breakfast meal try scramble eggs and some steam wilted spinach or asparagus.

 

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kippers Ingredients

 4 large Manx kippers

250g spinach

25g butter

4 medium eggs

Serves 4

Origins of Kippers

We also know kippered fish were eaten in Germany and reached Scandinavia sometime during the Middle Ages.We know smoking and salting of fish—in particular of spawning salmon and herring which can only be made edible by this practice—predates 19th Century Britain and indeed written history, probably going back as long as man has been using salt to preserve food.

One documented example of this legendary origin can be found in the story of John Woodger at Seahouses in Northumberland, England around 1843, in which kippering happened accidentally. Fish for processing was left overnight in a room with a smoking stove. We know this to be false because the origin of the word kipper is Old English; the English philologist and ethnographer Walter William Skeat derives it from the Old English kippian, to spawn.

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kippers Kedgeree

Kedgeree or smoked fish used to be one of the selection of many other breakfast dishes on the tables of the gentry in England up to the late 1930 before WW2






Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kippers Ingredients and Directions

Boil 600ml of salted water before adding the turmeric, curry powder then the rice.

Bring back to the boil and simmer gently for 15-20 minutes, until all the water is absorbed and the rice is tender.

Meanwhile melt half the butter and fry the onion for 15 minutes until soft and golden.

Put the Manx kippers in a tall jug covered with boiling water and leave to stand for 10 minutes.

Drain and remove skin and bones, then flake the fish coarsely with a fork. Add the onions to the cooked rice then the flaked kippers and half of the hard boiled eggs.

Mix gently but thoroughly and then season with cayenne, black pepper and salt if necessary.

In a small pan melt the remaining butter and stir into the kedgeree.

Heat through for 3-4 minutes then pile onto a warmed serving dish. Sprinkle with the parsley, remaining chopped eggs and garnish with the lemon wedges.

 

Combine half of the melted butter with the diced shallot and cook gently to soften.

Add rice and mix well with the butter.
Once mixed well, add the bay leaf, and spring onions.

Stir gently and add the Manx kippers, wine and lime.

Add the warmed chicken stock slowly stirring as you pour, followed by the garlic, salt and ground pepper to season.

 

Cook for between 20 and 30 minutes, until al-dente, before adding the remaining butter.

Serve with parsley and eat as soon as possible while still moist.

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Ingredients

4 Large Kippers
40 fl oz chicken stock
8 medium shallots, finely chopped
1100g whole meal risotto rice
400ml dry white wine
6 finely sliced spring onions
4 Bay leaves
8 tablespoons chopped parsley
8 cloves of crushed garlic
salt and freshly ground black pepper
6 tablespoons of lime juice

Serves 4 persons

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Kipper Risotto

Combine half of the melted butter with the diced shallot and cook gently to soften. Add rice and mix well with the butter.

Once mixed well, add the bay leaf, and spring onions. Stir gently and add the Manx kippers, wine and lime.

Add the warmed chicken stock slowly stirring as you pour, followed by the garlic, salt and ground pepper to season.

Cook for between 20 and 30 minutes, until al dente, before adding the remaining butter.

Serve with parsley and eat as soon as possible while still moist.

Diabetes Breakfast Ideas Ingredients

4Large Manx kippers
40 fl oz chicken stock
8 medium shallots, finely chopped
1100g Arborio risotto rice
400ml dry white wine
6 finely sliced spring onions
4 Bay leaves
8 tablespoons chopped parsley
8 cloves of crushed garlic
salt and freshly ground black pepper
6 tablespoons of lime juice


Kippers contain high amounts of omega 3 and vitamin B12 and has over 50% of your recommended daily allowance for the other micronutrients below:

  1. Omega 3 is a fatty acid that cannot be created by our bodies so we must get it from our food. Research has shown that it significantly reduces our risk of heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
  2. Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin essential for the duplication of DNA and works with folate and vitamin B6 to decrease our risk of heart disease and cancer. It also plays an important role in turning fats and proteins to energy.
  3. Selenium regenerates the activity of vitamins C and E, produces several antioxidants (cleansers) and enhances our immune system. It also protects developing sperm, making it an important mineral if you are trying for a baby.
  4. Vitamin D can be created by our own bodies when we expose our skin to sunlight, but during the winter it is harder to obtain making kippers an ideal food in the winter months. It is essential for our bone growth/maintenance, is vital for our nervous system and regulates our immune system enhancing immunity.
  5. Iodine is essential for growth, development, reproduction and metabolism and maintains normal thyroid function. The thyroid regulates growth, development, reproduction and contributes to the way our body absorbs micronutrients and gets rid of toxic substances.