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Chinese restaurant

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Queries' started by skinny-mummy, 25 April 2014 Social URL.

  1. skinny-mummy

    skinny-mummy Well-Known Member

    i know this has been asked a million times but ive Googled around and seen a million different answers.

    does anyone know pro points for a chinese restaurant? what counts as a portion etc

    i really dont like any of the soups so what would be the best starter?
    i wanted for my main the garlic and ginger chicken with boiled rice....

    any advice x
     
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  3. vgstar44

    vgstar44 Well-Known Member

    try to avoid anything that's deep fried so won ton and sprig rolls I personally would give a miss!!!

    Spring rolls for example are 9pp per one!!! sesame prawn fingers tho are only 3pp each. I know you don't like soup that much but chicken and sweetcorn soup is only 6pp and very filling.

    Could you even give the starter a miss then you could be guilt free?

    I reckon garlic and ginger chicken would be roughly 10 pp ....cant see it being anymore

    looking at the eating out guide the boiled rice would be 12pp

    average portion of prawn crackers is 9pp

    hope this helps :)
     

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