what's everyone's favourite meal?

(20 Posts)
WitchyPoos Wed 06-Jan-16 16:44:33

Looking for inspiration. I have a few firm go to favourites - spag Bol, chilli, carbonara, jacket spuds, stir fry. Seem to have these on a loop though so want to mix things up and try something new that others recommend smile

carbcraver Fri 08-Jan-16 10:31:10

Butternut squash curry. smile beautiful!!

WineAndIntrigue Fri 08-Jan-16 10:40:22

Pizza-topped chicken is delicious. I batch cook the sauce they suggest and use for pasta too!

deli1976 Sat 09-Jan-16 03:55:33

Sw paella...sweet potato chips,salmon and mushy peas

ChocomelandRinglings Sat 09-Jan-16 18:40:58

Singapore Noodles, Salt & Pepper Chicken, Fish & Chips - all yum!!

calzone Sat 09-Jan-16 20:36:10

SW beef Stifado was delicious tonight

Love SW nacho feast too.

Superjaggy Sun 10-Jan-16 21:27:53

I've just made the chicken kofta curry from the January magazine - dead easy, and delicious! And syn free smile

emmaluvseeyore Mon 11-Jan-16 09:32:39

KFC style chicken and chicken parmagiana. We also love the lasagne recipe on Slimming Eats.

WitchyPoos Mon 11-Jan-16 15:56:03

Thanks all. Will be trying these. Made the curry out of the little free magazine I got a week or so ago, was nice. I love curry, will have to try others, is there a slimming world korma recipe does anyone know?

Dollybird99 Tue 12-Jan-16 15:31:23

We had the cantonese sauce last night with chicken and rice -and it was very nice. Took away the urge for chinese takeaway! Tonight we've got Jamaican Chicken, Sweet potato wedges and salad.

I also like cottage pie, slimming world meatballs with spicy tomato sauce and either rice or pasta.

Slimming world have a chicken korma recipe (http://www.slimmingworld.co.uk/recipes/creamy-chicken-korma.aspx) but I haven't tried it so don't know what it's like.

Good luck x

deli1976 Tue 12-Jan-16 18:05:43

Im going to try the wholemeal kingsmill thins(heb) with irish stew tonight, has anybody else tried these?

Hopelass Tue 12-Jan-16 18:42:55

My mum does "sticky chicken" which I believe is SW.
It's a mixture of equal amounts of soy sauce, balsamic vinegar and honey which the cut up chicken breast is cooked in in a wok until the sauce becomes sticky. I take out the chicken once it's cooked so it doesn't over cook, boil the sauce until thickened and add chicken back at the end. Takes about 20 mins.
I like it in pitta with salad but mum has it with rice.

nearlyreadytopop Tue 12-Jan-16 18:43:48

Sweet and sour chicken noodles

namechangedtoday15 Tue 12-Jan-16 18:56:44

Is the salt and pepper chicken recipe on the website Choco? I did look for recipes today and didn't spot it.

calzone Tue 12-Jan-16 19:34:16

Turkey mince lasagne with cauliflower cheese sauce was flipping fabulous!

RideEmCowgirl Tue 12-Jan-16 19:36:01

BBQ pulled pork in the slow cooker. Fanta chicken. Diet coke chicken

Sometimesithinkimbonkers Tue 12-Jan-16 19:39:21

I'm easily pleased with a baked sweet spud with beans and HEa cheese !!

Chelsea26 Tue 12-Jan-16 19:57:18

Cowboy pie is a good 'official' SW recipe but my favourite free dinner is gammon, egg, chips and beans! Diet? What diet?

Seashell70 Tue 12-Jan-16 20:00:41

Full 'English' - bacon without the fat, couple of SW chips, baked beans, mushrooms and scrambled egg.
Nom nom

Muffintopmum Tue 12-Jan-16 20:03:33

Only joined last week so will watch this thread with interest! So far I've a SW chilli, spag bol, cottage pie, chicken and mushroom medley, beef in red onion gravy, roast and tonight the BBQ pulled pork. Of all those, by far my favourite has been the pulled pork - delish! Now off to look up some of the others!

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