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All you can eat curry! Help!

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  1. slrayner

    slrayner Full Member

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    Hi,

    Got a dilemma. Going to an all you can eat curry buffet thursday after weigh in and don't know if I'll be able to control myself :sigh: What will be the best options??

    Sarah xx
     
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    Flexible syns Enjoy :D
     
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    Yup looks like it's going to have to be- can't resist the naan bread - it calls to me!
     
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    LOL
     
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    I have read that jalfrezi and rogan josh are the best choices for curries is this true?
     
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    Definitely two of the better ones -

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Chicken Dhansak, average portion 350g serving[/FONT]
    Original 6½ Syns
    Green 18½ Syns

    Chicken Jalfrezi, average portion 350g serving
    Original 8½ Syns
    Green 18½ Syns

    Chicken Bhuna, average portion 330g serving
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Original 11 Syns
    Green 22 Syns
    [/FONT]

    I think baltis are OK too but coudln't find a listing. The less oily and/or creamy the better really

     
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    Fuffs This is really the time!

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    I think that is true from looking at the basic syns x
     
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    Thanks so much for that-really helpful!
     
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