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chinese! Any sugggestions and syn values for a veggie?

jaylou

Gold Member
#2
Hi Tracey,
I have mushroom chow mein from my chinese takeaway (i'm not veggie but I love this!) and I class it as free...

Not sure if it is but a chicken chow mein is 6 syns on green for the chicken so I think mushroom chow mein should be free, after all it's mushroom, onion, beansprouts and noodles - no gravy just some soy sauce.

Hope this helps!
 

bettylollypop

soon to be skinny minnie
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#3
I've always wondered if they fry the softened noodles in oil along with everything else as i think it tastes oily sometimes, if that is the case it is prob more syns.

I why odn't you have a portion of mixed veg with plain chow mein, the mixed veg comes in a nice sauce. Or mixed veg with boiled rice xx
 
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#4
I would ask them to cook it in less/no oil and then drain it at home if it still looks oily. Stick to plain boiled rice/noodles as the main bulk.
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Chinese Restaurant, Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables, average portion 340g serving
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I assume that ^^ is due to the oil content.
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] Tofu, fried 28g
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and I would stay away from nuts!
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