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chickpea dahl

#1
someone posted about this last week and i bought some so today ive had chickpea dahl and rice for lunch (had lunch early as it was a choice between picking at something or an early dinner.lol) anyhow just wanted to say it is really really nice will deffo get some more when i go to sada. thanks.xx
 
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Petal01

Still Climbing That Hill!
#2
Haha go to sada lol, i bought some yesterday and cant wait to try it!
 
#3
sada.lol maybe i should eat fish as brain food instead I might be able to spell then.lol
 

kymsey

On a journey !
#5
Sorry I can't tell you where it is cos I had it delivered today (online shop) but OH MY GOD i'm eating it now with loads of rice and its marvelous and all Freeeeeee!! x
 

eye6769

Vegetarian who lives2eat
#8
havent seen it in Asda but will have a look, is it in a tin. I make mine with a tin of pease pudding diluted with water and seasoning and add some curry powder all free on green, makes loads from one little tin.
 

kymsey

On a journey !
#9
Yes my love it is in a tin, just finished mine but couldn't eat it all..... however fancy something sweet and had 16 toffee mullerlights delivered with my shop todayx:8855:
 
#10
I use this a lot and love it. It is free and makes a great base for a veggie curry or just with rice or wedges for a quick meal.
 
#11
I've tried the chickpea dahl for the first time this week too - gorgeous with brown rice :)

I'm also going to try the Chilli Corn Bread, made with polenta and free on green, tomorrow - will report back :)
 
#12
I've tried the chickpea dahl for the first time this week too - gorgeous with brown rice :)

I'm also going to try the Chilli Corn Bread, made with polenta and free on green, tomorrow - will report back :)
Ooo can I have the recipe for the corn bread please ?
 
#13
Hiya :)
I'm pretty sure I c&p'd it from here somewhere, but here it is:

Chilli Corn Bread

Ingredients:

fry light
250g/9oz fine polenta
1 tsp baking powder
salt & pepper plenty of it!
4 large eggs lightly beaten
300g/11oz very low fat natural yogurt
275g/10oz canned sweetcorn kernals drained
2 mild green chilli's deseeded & finely chopped
200g/7oz bottled roasted red peppers in brine rinsed drained & finely chopped
6 spring onions finely sliced

METHOD:
preheat the oven to 170/gas 3 spray a 20cm/8in baking tin with fry light.
Mix together the polenta & baking powder & season well.
In a jug combine the beaten egg & yogurt & pour into the polenta mixture, add the sweetcorn, chillies, red pepper & spring onions & stir lightly to combine.
Pour the batter into the flan dish & bake in the oven for 35-40mins until firm & lightly browned on top, cut the warm bread into squares or slices & serve immediately.

Syns per serving
Green Free
Original 12 1/2



Note to self - don't post recipes when starving (mouth's watering thinking about it!) LOL
 
#16
Hiya :)
I'm pretty sure I c&p'd it from here somewhere, but here it is:

Chilli Corn Bread

Ingredients:

fry light
250g/9oz fine polenta
1 tsp baking powder
salt & pepper plenty of it!
4 large eggs lightly beaten
300g/11oz very low fat natural yogurt
275g/10oz canned sweetcorn kernals drained
2 mild green chilli's deseeded & finely chopped
200g/7oz bottled roasted red peppers in brine rinsed drained & finely chopped
6 spring onions finely sliced

METHOD:
preheat the oven to 170/gas 3 spray a 20cm/8in baking tin with fry light.
Mix together the polenta & baking powder & season well.
In a jug combine the beaten egg & yogurt & pour into the polenta mixture, add the sweetcorn, chillies, red pepper & spring onions & stir lightly to combine.
Pour the batter into the flan dish & bake in the oven for 35-40mins until firm & lightly browned on top, cut the warm bread into squares or slices & serve immediately.

Syns per serving
Green Free
Original 12 1/2


Note to self - don't post recipes when starving (mouth's watering thinking about it!) LOL
Yum, it sounds lovely. Let me know how your recipe goes and I will make some over the weekend :)
 
#19
It's fairly mild - could always add lemon juice if too hot for you.

Re no Asda, there's probably a recipe somewhere that you could adapt to SW, cook up a batch then freeze in portions? (I couldn't find anything similar in Tesco - Morrisons have a cold shelf one but it's synned)
 


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