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Dried Noodle Syn Value

rosiepeace

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S: 14st1.5lb C: 12st13.5lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 33.2 Loss: 1st2lb(8.1%)
#1
Hi

I'm trying to get back on plan after Christmas and was about to do some dried value noodles. - they are Lidl's own brand but I don't use the sachet of powder that comes with them as I don't like it - I usually just add peas, sweetcorn and soy sauce and they are lovely with a bit of cheese on top.

However I'm currently not sure that they are free or if they are syned???

Can anyone advise on this?

I thought that you could just treat them as pasta and they would be free but now I'm not so sure.

Thanks guys.
 
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#2
Hi there,

Not sure about Lidls brand but I use Blue Dragon medium egg noodles and they are free on green and 17 syns on red when using 100g.

Are these egg noodles etc.
 
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#3
I've always wondered this too. I get the ASDA noodles and never add the sachet and boil them up.
As they are "plain noodles" without the sachet I have never counted them as syns....I hope I am right (fingers crossed)
 

rosiepeace

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S: 14st1.5lb C: 12st13.5lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 33.2 Loss: 1st2lb(8.1%)
#4
I don't think they are egg noodles as there is no egg in the ingredients list.

Seems to be wheat flour, salt and veg oil - so am guessing some syns would be involved!
 

Mrs E-H

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S: 24st11.0lb C: 24st3.5lb G: 12st7lb BMI: 54.8 Loss: 0st7.5lb(2.16%)
#5
The Asda ones are 2 1/2 per 100g on EE and Green and 6 1/2 on Red Its the oil that makes them synful

xxx
 


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