Delicious Recipes for Patients with Chronic and Acute Pancreatitis

It is really important to follow specific diet if you have pancreatitis which should have a lot of protein. It is necessary to reduce or eliminate fat and carbohydrates, in particular sugar, 99% of which is composed of carbohydrate, and exclude any fried food products containing coarse fiber. It is advisable to take vitamins. You should  eat a little bit but often, ie 5-6 times per day.

It is hard to believe (especially for those who suffer from pancreatitis and read all nutrtion recommendations) but there are tasty meals you can cook easily at home and keep following strict rules of your diet.

Beetroots Salad

Ingredients:fresh beetroots 60 g potatoes 70 g fresh cucumbers 30 g fresh carrot 40 g fresh tomatoes 25 g olive oil 1 tsp (10 g)How to cook:Boil potatoes and carrots in skin until tender, cool, peel, cut into small cubes or slices. Boil beets separately until tender, cool, peel, cut into small cubes or slices. Fresh cucumbers and tomatoes cut into small slices. Combine sliced vegetables, season with olive oil.

Potato roll with minced meat

Ingredients:Beef 100 g Potatoes 190 g Eggs 1\5 pcs. Butter 5 g Milk 20 g Sour cream 10 g How to cook:

Boil beef until tender, mince it, add butter and mix well. Peel the potatoes, boil in salted water until tender, drain the water and rub or knead until smooth. Then, add milk and eggs to a little cooled mashed potatoes, mix well and put the resulting mass in the tissue layer of about 1cm. In the middle of the mass lay minced boiled meat, roll into a rolls. Roll the rolls from tissue by the seam side down on a baking tray greased with butter, lubricate the surface with sour cream, make a few punctures using fork and bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes. When serving, cut it into portions and serve with sour cream. Potato roll with minced meat can be served with salad or vegetables, sprinkled with herbs.

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