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What is you favourite SW meal?

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Groovee Fri 06-Jan-17 15:14:20

Looking for inspiration. What is your favourite SW meal?

Recipes or things flung together are welcome.

LavenderRains Fri 06-Jan-17 15:54:10

My favourite concoction, all free is; (all done in a wok cooked in fry light)
Chicken pieces
couple of oxo cubes, salt and pepper
Cook all meat and veg, add rice and seasoning.
It's lovely. I also sometimes use mince instead of chicken (5% fat mince)
It's nice taken cold to work too!

gamerchick Fri 06-Jan-17 15:57:23

Except I add lots more jerk. It's one of those make often ones now.

Blazedandconfused Fri 06-Jan-17 16:01:56

Chicken breast marinated in tandoori masala powder and lemon juice.

Basic chickpea curry

Basmati rice

Big salad.

EmmaHG Fri 06-Jan-17 17:13:54

Sweet pulled chicken. do it in slow cooker

2 chicken breasts (whole to start)
1 tin chopped toms
1/2 pink lady apple chopped into little cubes
3 cap fulls of balsamic vinegar
1/2 onion chopped
3 teaspoons paprika
2 garlic cloves
2 tea spoons tomato purée
Bit of salt and pepper
tea spoon spoonful of sweetener sugar

slow cooker for 6 hours so far... after 3 hours I pull apart the chicken with 2 forks so it had that 'pulled effect'

thats it. omg its delish!! I have it with jacket pots and salad. xx

TheWayYouLookTonight Fri 06-Jan-17 17:22:28

This time of year, chicken casserole:

Chicken thighs (minus the skin) in the slow cooker with chicken stock, plenty of garlic, onion and/or leeks, mushrooms, bay leaves, splash of white wine vinegar. Optionally a couple of bits of lean bacon as well. After 4h or so the chicken falls off the bone, mmm. Then serve with rice and green veg (broccoli, green beans are both good)

weebarra Fri 06-Jan-17 17:23:47

I love their chicken chow mein.

MarvinKMooney Fri 06-Jan-17 17:35:02

The Fragrant Vietnamese Chicken is delicious. In fact, I've pretty much cooked my way through the entire 'Taste of Asia' cookbook!

Can only find a YouTube video for it, but it's really just a chicken stirfry with spring onions, garlic, chilli. It also has lemon grass, star anise, cardamom seeds and a few other bits and pieces. Takes a bit of time to chop, but well worth it.

mnaddict1 Fri 06-Jan-17 17:36:29

I tried diet cola chicken last night-was dubious but it's bloody delicious. Even dh enjoyed it

MissBattleaxe Fri 06-Jan-17 17:50:15

Bubble and squeak!

LavenderRains Fri 06-Jan-17 17:56:45

I've tried a couple of slimming world frozen meals. Thought they were disgusting, very bland and vinegary confused

ExcellentWorkThereMary Fri 06-Jan-17 18:01:49

At lunchtime today I had spaghetti carbonara. The sauce was made with quark and an egg yolk with a little mustard powder, heated very gently. I added bacon (fat trimmed off) and mushroom, stirred through some chopped spring onion and served with rocket and tomato salad. It was bloody gorgeous!!!

Drquin Fri 06-Jan-17 18:14:04

The SW lasagne is surprisingly good, for having % yoghourt and a bit of low-fat cheddar making up the cheesy white sauce grin

I add in a chilli or two, and a couple of Tesco's red wine sauce pots.

The nacho feast is very easy to throw together, with your own combination of wedges / mince or chicken / cheese / veg / chillis

Drquin Fri 06-Jan-17 18:15:42

Yoghurt that is ... I can spell, honest!
Cheese sauce also had a couple of eggs .... thought it had to be more than just yoghurt blush

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