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1 syn Corned Beef Pasty

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by ginlin, 22 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    I thought I'd share a recipe that has been discussed and shared with me in group:

    1 Syn Corned Beef Pasty

    Makes 4 Pasties at 1 syn each on Red and Extra Easy + HExB

    4 WW Wholemeal pitta breads (1 x HExB Each)
    200g tin of Princes Lean corned beef (4 syns)
    200g Swede
    200g Carrots
    Large Onion
    Beef stock cube
    1 Beaten egg

    Boil the swede, carrots and onions using a beef stock cube, or if you prefer just lightly salted water, until soft.
    Drain, mash or crush, mix in the corned beef to your desired consistency, either all mushy or chunky, and season to taste.
    Split open the pitta breads, and fill each one with a quarter of the corned beef mixture, close it back up, and brush with the beaten egg.
    Bake in a warm oven, approx 200C, for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.

    You can also include potato if you are doing extra easy.
    Last edited: 18 May 2013
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  3. metrognome

    metrognome is getting better at it

    that sounds good
  4. jones_1986

    jones_1986 Full Member

    This sounds lush cant wait to try :D
  5. metrognome

    metrognome is getting better at it

    where do you get the lean corned beef from as i have never seen it before
  6. bazrac

    bazrac Full Member

    @ metrognome....i've just checked this and they sell it at asda £1.99 per tin.

    Thankyou for the recipe sounds right up my street and will help a few pastry fans in my class too :)
  7. bazrac

    bazrac Full Member

    Hi thanks for this recipe sounds right up my street and will help out a few pastry lovers in my class.

    @ metrognome...i've just checked this and they sell it at asda £1.99
  8. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    It's Princes, and is also available in Tesco, which at the moment has, I think 50% free in it, just remember it's only 1 syn per 50g, and you can make it as meaty as you like.
  9. Stoo

    Stoo loves to eat and drink...

    this sounds quality, might eat all 4 as only 1 syn each, sw chips and mushy peas
  10. metrognome

    metrognome is getting better at it

    dont forget they are a healthy extra b each as well
  11. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Gold Member

    I'm starving,could just eat one of those now! Thanks xx
  12. JackieN

    JackieN Gold Member

    going to try these :D thanks Lynne. Was also thinking could substitute the corned beef for extra lean mince....... mmmmmm
  13. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    Extra lean mince would be good in them, and it would be like a cornish pasty!

    Someone in class also made them with cheese, onion and potatoe, and said that they were really good too!
  14. JackieN

    JackieN Gold Member

    mmmmmm bet that is nice. I used to love cheese and onion pasties....... ooooo I'd need a green or EE day wouldn't I so maybe on Monday :8855: I really fancy trying these.

    I am trying to look for new ideas to stop me being bored and help me plan out my meals as finding no planning = picking
  15. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    I couldn't get the wholemeal pittas in Co-op yesterday as they were sold out!...Probably all the SW members bought the stock up to make pasties:8855::8855:

    You're totally right though, planning is definately the key!;)
  16. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Gold Member

    Ours sold out too!
  17. bilsat

    bilsat Really likes to cook

    Take a look at my Instant Mash sausage rolls, it's in the summer recipe section, it could be used with the corned beef........
    Last edited: 24 September 2011
  18. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    Going to Asda tomorrow morning, so fingers crossed that the wholemeal pitta breads are there!;)
  19. Jo*

    Jo* Silver Member

    Any tips for splitting the pittas I always seem to stuff it up and haven't a pocket for the filling? Asda's seem to open a little better though.
  20. ginlin

    ginlin Better to Drink your Syns

    I always find that they split easier if they are warmed, either under the grill or in the toaster.
  21. Jo*

    Jo* Silver Member

    Ok just added ingredients to my shopping lists will be trying these out.

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