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Tried and tested SW recipes?

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SissySpacekAteMyHamster Wed 07-Jan-15 18:00:28

Hi all. After weighing myself in the New Year and seeing a weight I've only ever been when heavily pregnant, I thought I'd better join up again! I am determined to lose 2 stones.

I am an online member and have tried out a couple of recipes.

I made veggie moussaka yesterday and have to day it was bloody awful (I'm a long term veggie and love quorn mince but this was just urghhh).

Today I made the spinach and cottage cheese canelloni and it was lovely. I can honestly say as tasty as any shop bought (although I did use grated low fat cheddar on top as an a choice).

Can anyone point me in the direction of other veggie recipes they've made and enjoyed please.

Thanks. wink

chocoholicanon Wed 07-Jan-15 21:22:22

Hommity pie is very nice so is the SW quiche

tabulahrasa Thu 08-Jan-15 02:33:52

There's a kidney bean goulash that's nice and a sausage casserole where I just swapped whatever sausages it said for free quorn ones, I like the carbonara (again with quorn) but the DC don't. They're all on the website.

I find they don't use enough seasoning and flavouring for quorn in a lot of recipes (either quorn ones or meat with quorn added in) so I adapt what I used to make a bit, so I use fry light instead of oil and marmite instead of gravy granules and that makes a lot of things free that I'd usually cook anyway.

For cheese sauce I either blend 500g of cooked frozen cauliflower with a tub of philli lightest with a bit of stock and syn it or add cheese on top for a lasagne to make an a choice or take half a tub of low low spread as an a choice.

midori1999 Thu 08-Jan-15 10:08:15

The frozen cauli/Philly lightest seems a good idea for a cheese sauce, I'll try that.

I make bacon and butternut squash risotto a lot, although having decided to try and commit to vegetarianism I am making bit tonight without the bacon. I do add a HEa of cheese per person though, either cheddar or Parmesan work.

I make a puttanesca style pasta sauce sometimes. Some crushed garlic, a tin of tomatoes, capers, halved black olives (10 for a syn) and some chilli flakes.

tabulahrasa Thu 08-Jan-15 11:51:10

The cauliflower sauce is good, it sounds all kinds of wrong, but it does work.

SissySpacekAteMyHamster Fri 09-Jan-15 10:23:08

Just bought a load of cauliflower, so will have to give that a go. I also have butternut squash and was looking to do something with that. I do like risotto so may have a go at that too.

Thanks for the ideas smile

badRoly Fri 09-Jan-15 10:33:35

I have a recipe from one of the magazines a couple of years ago that we eat almost weekly now - essentially you roast various veg (onions, garlic, peppers, aubergines, courgettes, cherry tomatoes etc).

When it's all browned, mix it with 1 tin of Sainsburys kidney beans in chilli sauce and a thing of Sainsburys passata with onion and garlic.

The original recipe makes a cheesy type topping with quark but I just grate normal cheese over and use it as either my heA or syn it.

Stick it in the oven and heat through - 30 minutes or so ( can be longer at low temperatures). I often make it in advance and just heat it up when I'm ready. I also freeze it before the oven stage too.

That said, I haven't been 'on' SW proper for over a year so it might be worth checking the Syns on the kidney beans and passata.

SissySpacekAteMyHamster Mon 12-Jan-15 10:22:37

Oooh that sounds lovely thanks.

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