*Slimming World Recipe Thread*

edited 11 May 2012 at 4:13PM in Health & Beauty MoneySaving
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Lil_Me_2Lil_Me_2 Forumite
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edited 11 May 2012 at 4:13PM in Health & Beauty MoneySaving
I thought this would be a great place for us to share recipes! I've seen some lovely sounding meals and always wondered how to make them myself so please share with us!

Please try and keep this clean of chat, we can use the main thread for that.

If you post a recipe a title, ingredients, instructions, syn values for each plan would be a great help! Also include how many it feeds so people can adjust accordingly. In my recipes I've not included the syns if you use HE's, but people can work that out.

One recipe per post please, it means I can update this post with an index linking to each recipe :)

Many thanks to everyone who contributed on the Old Style thread of recipes (especially cheekymole!) and everyone who's posted a recipe!

Pasta/Pizza Dishes

Garlic Chicken Lasagne
Macaroni Cheese
Mediterranean Pasta Bake
Creamy Roasted Veg Lasagne
Sin Free Pizza
Pasta Sauce
Quorn Chilli Pasta Bake
Syn Free Lasagne
Green Day Pizza
Spaghetti Bolognaise

Potato Dishes
Cheesey Baked Potatoes
Potato Bake
Boulangere Potatoes
SW Chips
Potato Risotto
Potato Cakes

Casseroles and Pies
SW Gala Pie
Baked Bean Casserole
Baked Bean Loaf
Baked Bean Pie
Quorn Cottage Pie
Sweet Potato & Chickpea Tagine
Winter Stew and Dumplings
Lancashire Hotpot Meat Dishes
Chicken Kiev
Breakfast Muffins
Mustard Stuffed Chicken
Pork Tenderloin (given the works!)
Sticky Chicken Thighs with New Potatoes & Tomatoes
Meat Loaf
Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Chunky Sausage Casserole
Spicy Sausage Ragout
Mediterranean Egg Supper
Lamb Tartare
Special Beef Fillet Dinner
Meatballs
Pork with Mustard Topping
Lemon Chicken with Vegetable Rice
Canja
Moussaka
Steak and Kidney (No Pudding)
Butter Chicken
Spicy Fish Kebab
Lamb Shish Kebab - syn free
Spicy Prawn Linguine
KFC Style Chicken
Chicken Tikka
Yuk Sung

Veg Dishes
Baked Bean Lasagne
Beetroot Salad
Carrot, Parsnip and Potato Curry
Quick Vege Chilli
Nigella's White Bean Mash & Steak
Vegetable Curry
Onion Bahjis with Raita Dip
Celeriac Mash
North African Spinach Omelette
Mushroom Stroganoff
Falafel
Onion Bahjis
Onion Smargies
Butternut Squash Bubble and Squeak Cakes
Mushy Pea Curry
Chow Mein
Butternut Squash Casserole
Chachouka

Soups
Broccoli and Courgette Soup
Courgette Soup
Dyno-Rod Soup
Leek and Potato Soup
Sweet Potato & Red Pepper Soup
Celeriac Soup
Vegetable Soup
Soups
Red Pepper Soup
Cauliflower & Horseradish Soup
Butter Bean & Lentil Soup
Spicy Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup
Sweet Potato & Red Onion Soup
Butternut Squash Soup
Mediterranean Tomato & Vegetable Soup
Mexican Soup
Minestrone Soup
'Heinz' tomato soup
Real Tomato Soup
Chicken Noodle Soup
Creamed Sweetcorn Soup
Chunky Tomato, Pasta and Bean Soup
Spicy Butternut and Sweet Potato Soup

Desserts
Low syn cupcakes
Syn free meringue nests
Baked Upside-down Cheesecake
Fruit Roulade
Fruity Eggy Bread
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Cake
SW Ferrero Rocher
Chocolate Orange Jelly
Chick Pea Cake
Couscous Cake
Strawberry Mousse
Low Fat Rice Pudding
Pineapple & Lemon Couscous Cake
Apricot & Chickpea Cake
Summer Fruit Muffins
Lemon Couscous Cake
Lemon Curd
Turkish Delight
Quick and Easy Cheesecake
Malteser Freezer
Ginger Banoffee Pudding
SW Raspberry Chiffon
Carrot Cake
Carrot Cake (2)
Rhubarb and Strawberry Compote
Raspberry Pudding
Lemon Meringue Pie
Dark Chocolate & Crushed Berry Roulade
Weetabix Cake
All Bran Cake
Banoffee Pie
Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Cheesecake
Chocolate Pud
Fudge Cake
Low Syn-Chocolate Cake
Scan Bran Ferrero Rocher
Tropical Meringue Pie
Flapjacks
Syn Free Lemon Mousse
Syn Free Scones

Sauces
Curry Sauce (syn free)
Pasta Sauce
Roasted Tomato Sauce
Syn Free BBQ Sauce

Quiches
Quiche Base
SW Quiches
Tuna Quiche
Good Morning Quiche

Extras
Uses for Quark
Sausage Stuffing
Blue Cheese Dip
SW Tortillas
Houmous SW Style
Christmas Recipe
Party Food
Scan Bran - Lots of recipes!
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  • edited 5 February 2011 at 6:41PM
    Lil_Me_2Lil_Me_2 Forumite
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    edited 5 February 2011 at 6:41PM
    Boulangere Potatoes

    Feeds 4
    1 syn per portion

    Ingredients
    Potatoes
    Onion
    Rosemary
    175ml veg stock
    125ml semi-skimmed milk

    Instructions
    Peel and slice the potatoes.
    Layer in the bottom of an oven proof dish.
    Sprinkle the chopped onion and chopped rosemary over and keep layering.
    Mix the stock and milk and pour over the top.
    Cook in the oven at 200c for 1hr 15mins.
  • Lil_Me_2Lil_Me_2 Forumite
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    Mustard Stuffed Chicken

    Feeds 4
    7 syns per portion on EE and Red.
    16.5 syns on Green

    Ingredients
    125g low fat mozzarella
    50g cheddar
    1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
    4 chicken breasts
    4 rashers of bacon

    Instructions
    Tear up the mozzarella and grate the cheddar.
    Mix together with the mustard.
    Make a slice into the chicken and stuff with the cheese.
    Wrap the chicken in the bacon.
    Cook in the oven at 200c for 30 mins.
  • teecee46teecee46 Forumite
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    Great idea lil_me - there's so many great recipes in among the posts that they are sometimes hard to find!
    A diet is the penalty we pay for exceeding the feed limit!:rotfl:
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    Want to lose 50lb.
    50 - 8.5 = 41.5 to go!
  • edited 5 February 2011 at 8:55PM
    dizzykdizzyk Forumite
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    edited 5 February 2011 at 8:55PM
    what a fab Idea, Im always seeing lovely recipes....but then forgetting where they were :huh:

    Heres my contribution....Its one of my personal favourites & seeing as I re-named it, its only fitting that I put it on the thread :rotfl:


    The now re- named famous Dyno Rod soup :D for its......clearing properties lol. Tastes like Heinz veg soup....tis very lovely!!


    Speed food Soup (syn free on Green and EE) makes a mahoooosive pan!! - freezes well

    1 can mixed bean salad
    1 can green lentils (or handful of dried)
    2 cans chopped tomatoes
    1 can baked beans
    Handful of split lentils
    2 large leeks
    1 large onion
    4 medium carrots
    2 parsnips
    1 each green, red and yellow peppers
    2 vegetable stock cubes
    Salt pepper
    Mixed herbs
    Water (enough to cover all ingredients)
    Chop all vegetables. Put them and everything else into a large pan, cover with water, bring to boil and simmer until vegetables are soft (about 30 mins). Once cooked, the soup can be left chunky or blended smooth.
  • pollysgpollysg Forumite
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    I made half quantities of this the other day, it was really nice and still did me two meals. I think the recipe originally came from Minimins thread.

    Garlic Chicken Lasagne

    Servings | 2 (Very large servings)
    Syns Per Serving | Green – 2 ½*
    * Add 6 Syns if not using the Cheddar cheese as a Healthy Extra and a further 6 Syns if not using the chicken as a Healthy Extra



    Ingredients

    -Fry Light
    -1 medium onion,finely chopped
    -2-4 cloves garlic,crushed
    -227gm (8oz) skinless chicken breasts,cut into small cubes*
    -400gm can chopped tomatoes
    -1tsp dried oregano
    -black pepper
    -6 sheets dried no-need-to-pre-cook lasagne sheets
    -38gm sachet Morrisons Instant Cheese Sauce mix (5 Syns) I used parsley sauce - all I had
    -85gm (3,oz) reduced fat Cheddar cheese, grated*




    Method
    1. Pre-heat oven to 190C / 375F / Gas Mark 5.

    2. Heat a large pan sprayed with Fry Light and cook the onion and garlic for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until soft.

    3. Add the chicken and cook, stirring occasionally, for a further 5 minutes. Add the tomatoes, oregano and seasoning. Heat through.

    4. Spoon half the chicken mixture into a shallow ovenproof dish and top with 3 sheets of lasagne. Repeat the layers.

    5. Make up the cheese sauce mix with boiling water as per the packet instructions. Add half of the grated cheese to the cheese sauce. Pour the cheese sauce over the top of the lasagne & sprinkle with the remaining cheese.

    6. Transfer the lasagne dish to the oven and bake for 30-40 minutes until the topping is golden brown, bubbling and cooked through.

    7. Serve immediately with Syn-free potato wedges and a green salad.
  • Hi there - can you tell me what I can use a tub of quark in? Can you use it instead of cottage cheese in a slimming world quiche? Thanks.
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  • edited 6 February 2011 at 6:01PM
    lbnblbnblbnblbnb Forumite
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    edited 6 February 2011 at 6:01PM
    Baked upside-down cheesecake

    Total 19.5 syns (or 9 syns if using ginger snaps) if divided by 4 servings 5 syns or 2.5 syns each.


    200g fruit (rhubarb, blackcurrants, gooseberries etc) personally I don't syn cooked fruit, although I know that isn't the orthodox SW way!
    good sprinkle of sweetener
    1/2 tsp cornflour (1 syn)


    200g quark
    15g sweetener (I like it quite "tart", might need more for your taste)

    1/2 tspn cornflour (1 syn)
    Finely grated zest of 1 orange or lemon
    1 medium egg
    some skimmed milk to loosen the mixture
    5 digestives (3.5 syns each so 17.5 syns, if I had used 5 ginger snaps at 2.5 syns each would have been 7 syns) finely crumbled


    In a pan with a lid, cook the fruit with sprinkle of sweetener and 25ml water until barely soft. Take a spoonful of the juice, cool and mix with the cornflour, then gently stir back in and heat until the compote has slightly thickened. Spoon into a deep serving dish.


    Beat the quark with the 15g sweetener, cornflour and lemon or orange zest until smooth. Beat in the egg, then a small amount of milk to loosen the mixture slightly. Carefully spoon this over the fruit, and sprinkle a layer of biscuit crumbs over the top. Bake at 160C (140C fan-assisted)/320F/gas 2½ for 30 - 40 minutes, until barely set in the middle. Leave to cool for 10 minutes before serving, or leave until warm.
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  • Oooh thank you! Yummy ...
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  • MrsE_2MrsE_2
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    dizzyk wrote: »
    what a fab Idea, Im always seeing lovely recipes....but then forgetting where they were :huh:

    Heres my contribution....Its one of my personal favourites & seeing as I re-named it, its only fitting that I put it on the thread :rotfl:


    The now re- named famous Dyno Rod soup :D for its......clearing properties lol. Tastes like Heinz veg soup....tis very lovely!!


    .

    I have to make this:rotfl::D
  • dizzykdizzyk Forumite
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    FRUIT ROULADE - 0.5 SYN FOR THE WHOLE CAKE :j

    absolutely gorgeous!!!

    1 TUB QUARK
    4 EGGS
    1 TSP BAKING POWDER
    4 TBSP SWEETNER
    VANILLA ESSENCE
    FRESH FRUIT OF YOUR CHOICE FINELY CHOPPED ( SOFTER FRUITS & BERRIES WORK VERY WELL & BANANA)

    SEPERATE THE EGGS

    ADD THE YOLK, HALF THE QUARK,
    BAKING POWDER, SWEETNER AND ESSENCE INTO A BOWL, WHISK TOGETHER AND SET ASIDE.

    WHISK EGG WHITE TILL STIFF. WHISK HALF INTO THE MIXTURE THEN FOLD IN OTHER HALF.

    USING A SWISS ROLL TIN SPRAY WITH FRY LIGHT ( I PUT GREASPROOF PAPER IN FIRST THE SPRAY SO DOESNT STICK) POUR THE MIXTURE IN AND BAKE AT
    180 FOR 15 - 20 MINUTES. LEAVE TO COOL

    IN A DISH ADD REMAINING QUARK ,SWEETNER, AND ESSENCE AND MIX TOGETHER.

    REMOVE THE CAKE FROM TIN WHEN COOL SPREAD THE QUARK EVENLY, ADD FINELY CHOPPED FRUIT (STRAWBERRY AND BANANA MY FAVE). ROLL THE CAKE FROM ONE END. SLICE TO SERVE.

    THE WHOLE CAKE IS ONLY HALF A SYN AND THATS THE BAKING POWDER.

    WHEN THE CAKE COMES OUT OF THE OVEN IT WILL HAVE RISEN LOADS BUT WILL GO VERY FLAT WHEN COOL LOL I THOUGHT IT HAD GONE WRONG FIRST TIME I MADE IT BUT WAS LOVELY.



    * FOR A REAL TREAT YOU CAN MIX A WHITE CHOC OPTIONS SACHET WITH A TUB OF FF GREEK YOG TO SERVE IT WITH....IT TASTES JUST LIKE CREAM - AND ONLY 2.5 SYNS FOR THE WHOLE LOT ;)

    ENJOY :A
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