Cheesy Potatoes....sooo good! (with pic!)

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by StaceyUK, 16 June 2009.

  1. StaceyUK

    StaceyUK Well-Known Member

    I made these for dinner tonight and I can't describe how yummy they were! I was having a red meal so I weighed out and counted as I would for a red day. On green day just use bacon as HEX B instead of potatoes. This is a new firm fave and def worth 2.5 syns!

    Mine served 2 (VERY generously) and was 2.5 syns per serving

    new potatoes, thickly sliced - parboil for 10 mins

    leeks, mushrooms and bacon - chopped and sauteed in Frylight

    Put potatoes in bottom of casserole dish. Layer the leek mixture over the potatoes. Sprinkle with garlic salt. Make up a sachet of Morrison's instant cheese sauce (5 syns). Add a dash or two of worcester sauce and 1/2 tsp of wholegrain mustard. Pour over and bake for 10 mins. Sprinkle over 42g reduced fat cheddar mixed with 28g parmesan. Sprinkle chives over. Bake for a further 10 mins.

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  2. debbywebby1970

    debbywebby1970 Well-Known Member

    Oh my holy God that is definetely RIGHT up my street....
    We dont have a Morrisons here, can you recommend another cheese sauce that I could use.?
    Yummy yummy I am def gonna make this VERY soon.
  3. denise_2009

    denise_2009 Well-Known Member

    hi where in n.ireland u from.
  4. squiddie

    squiddie Starting Again!

    That sounds gorgeous! Next on my list to try, thanks :D

    Natt xxx
  5. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Delicious, thank you Stacey.
  6. judimac

    judimac Mad old Bat with Attitude

    I could probably live on that!
  7. Chuffy_29

    Chuffy_29 Bring it on!

    That looks divine. my daughter just saw it and said yum, she wants to know what you had with it as she thought that looked lovely too!
  8. That looks well yummy!

    That does look nice.:eat:
    Off to shop to look for cheese sauce!
  9. pixiepiratess

    pixiepiratess Going From Flab to FAB!

    Im off to buy a note book this morning to write all these yummy recipes into! ..
    what did you have with it ?
  10. sarahandmolly

    sarahandmolly Well-Known Member

    That looks really yummy Stacey! Thanks x
  11. StaceyUK

    StaceyUK Well-Known Member

    You can use Schwartz cheese sauce which is 7 syns per sachet. I just chose Morrison's one because it's the lowest syns! I think the Colman's one comes in at 8 or 8.5. But this recipe can easily be scaled to serve 4 and there will still be ample sauce.

    I had Joe's peppered pork steaks ( and green beans. The pork steaks are soooo good!
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  12. weemo

    weemo Trying again!!!

    Thanks for sharing this recipe Stacey ~ will definately be trying this xx
  13. razzledazzle

    razzledazzle Well-Known Member

    Oooh that looks lush ..... deffo on my 'to try' list. Thanks, Jx
  14. tara40

    tara40 Loves Jensen Ackles

    oh my god, cheese and potatoes, how good is that !!!!
  15. razzledazzle

    razzledazzle Well-Known Member

    Sooo on EE this would be 1xHA and 1xHB (for the cheese) plus 5 syns (for the cheese sauce) ..... for the whole recipe?!? Jx
  16. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Well-Known Member

    Mmm that looks lovely, going to make this Sunday with my quorn lamb style grills and veg!
  17. evanesco

    evanesco I'm the tortoise.

    They'd be a HEX A, for the cheese.
  18. StaceyUK

    StaceyUK Well-Known Member

    Or HEX B on EE (as cheese can be HEX B on a green day and therefore can be used as HEX B on EE too).
  19. Lianne86

    Lianne86 Active Member

    Mmmm... I love the M&S potato grattin :drool: and this looks like an ideal substitute for it.

    Thanks for posting!
  20. razzledazzle

    razzledazzle Well-Known Member

    OK I'm officially confused (which doesn't take much really).

    I was thinking the 42g of reduced fat cheddar was 1HEA and the 28g of Parmesan that you mix with it was 1HEB (on EE), therefore using 2 HE's plus the sauce mix (5 syns).

    Have I got that completely wrong?

    J x

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