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Dinner for a ceoliac and slimming worldie!

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by miss_emmajane, 26 June 2009 Social URL.

  1. miss_emmajane

    miss_emmajane Silver Member

    Narrows things right down!

    I am making dinner for myself and a friend on Sunday evening and it has to be SW friendly and gluten free.

    So far I have the idea to do -

    Quorn chicken, fried pepper and onion swekers with SW potato wedges seasoned with chilli powder and corn on the cob

    And for later on when we are chatting/watching a movie I am going to do a bowl of SW chilli potato crisps with a dip made from natural virtually fat free yog

    I think that should be good enough, yeah? I have been racking my brain! :p

    *** too late - I mean celiac !!!
    Last edited: 26 June 2009
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  4. niknaks

    niknaks Silver Member

    my mum is ceoliac and ive made various meals for her which are SW friendly (she doesnt need to loose weight but it was just easy to do the same as me lol!).

    Fortunately my Mum isn't fragile when it comes to dairy products and she can have;

    Flat mushroom omellete with SW chips.
    Rice noodles with veg stir fry
    pea and ham soup
    Egg salad
    Chicken wrapped in bacon with salad/veggies and SW chips if necessary
    salmon fillet served with salad and SW chips
    Quorn chilli and rice (tho got to be careful as to how how i make it)

    I'm aware i posted slightly too late lol. But i hope this helps others xxxx
  5. lydia150970

    lydia150970 Gold Member

    You need to be careful on the quorn front as a lot of quorn isn't coealic friendly (I was test for coealiac last year and my doctor warned me that as a veggie I might have to give up virtually all quorn) - have a look on their website I'm pretty sure theres something on there about what products have gluten in.
  6. miss_emmajane

    miss_emmajane Silver Member

    Thanks to you all :)

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