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    Question Syns help please

    Picked up a bargain tea from the co-op but really not sure about the syns if anyone could help me please? I have done a search but cannot find it posted already.

    It's Oriental Sweet Chilli Chicken (marinated chicken breast with red pepper, carrot, water chestnuts, mangetout and spring onion - so lots of superfree)

    Nutritional values are per 100g: (sorry can't remember what you need for the syns calculator been so long since I used it).

    Cals 90
    Fat 1.6g
    Sats 0.3g
    Carbs 9.0g
    Sugars 9.0g
    Fibre 0.8g
    Protein 9.7g
    Salt 0.1g
    Total pack is 600g.

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    Hi!

    it comes in at 9.5 for the whole 600g using chicken as a free food allowance. 600g is quite sizeable though so presumably it feeds two?

    Hark at me, I'd polish 600g off easy haha. With the exception of the chicken of course!
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    Oh that's brill thank you so much, you're always so helpful with the tricky syn questions. Yes to feed 2 so I'm very happy with that. Was 5, now 1.25 - I couldn't resist
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    That's good then. Sounds yummy. I quite fancy making something like that but with quorn maybe. Hmmm **goes off to dig out recipe books**

    ps I used my soup flask today! Homemade super speed tomato soup for luncheon, with scan bran. Think it's too late to repair damage done though this weekend!

    enjoy your meal! X
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    Demolished - the sauce seemed too vinegary, don't think I would have again. But still worth a try.

    Well done on putting the flask to good use already! I hope to try mine ASAP. I was very good this weekend (polishes halo) I'm sure you'll be fine, you are doing so well.
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