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  • #31
    Originally posted by Cassie View Post
    One thing I've asked before is "What is a good recipe for a pasta sauce?" Spaghetti sauce isn't too good and neither would be a cheese sauce. So I would dearly love to have an easy, tasty sauce that is kidney friendly. Suggestions?
    I know this is a very OLD post but if anyone reads it maybe they would want to visit the Forums section of Davita where there are some recipes that could be used for pasta. http://forums.davita.com/forumdispla...48-Fav-recipes

    There are sauces, dressings, recipes mainly in the Lunch and Dinner categories since there is no separate category for Sauces/Dips/Dressings/etc.

    Recipes such as:
    Tomato-Free Ketchup
    Chicken Broth Raspberry Vinaigrette
    Cream Of Rice Sauce
    Onion Soup Mix
    Elisa's Favorite Salad Dressing
    "French" Dressing
    Anthea's Favorite Salad Dressing

    And some recipes have sauces for that particular recipe that could also be used in other ways.....
    Garlic and Oil Pasta
    Crockpot Turkey with Herb Vegetable Sauce

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    • #32
      This post was from 2009 did it get up and running yet.? If it has I cant seem to find it ...

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      • #33
        Hi there! You can find kidney friendly cooking tips and recipes in the categories listed on this page: http://forums.davita.com/forumdispla...he-Kidney-Diet

        Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

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        • #34
          Chicken Rice :
          Boil one hole Chicken until tender add chicken stalk but not to much
          then remove the bird and debone
          then add 1 hole bag of rice
          add your favorite veges from a can mine is corn and green beans
          and simmer until rice has soaked up all of the water and then freeze it
          I have made it and my mother likes it a lot and I got 6 dinners if y'all want to you can make up
          two pots and enjoy it
          Last edited by Roasting; 09-23-2015, 06:31 PM. Reason: was not threw

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