Fruit syns!

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  1. Vixxster

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    Right people, I'm making a fab Japanese curry for my OH. However, the stupid blimmin recipe calls for apples and bananas. Only 2 of each, but they require simmering and blending then pressing through a seive.

    Who here regularly cooks with fruit and can give me approximate syn values for a granny smith and an average sized banana?
     
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    In my old stuff from few yrs back it says an average cooking apple is 4.5 syns or 0.5 per 28g and the average banana pureed or cooked is 4
     
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    On syn calc 1 average apple is 2.5 and banana is 4 syns
     
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    sorry crossed in post xx
     
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    at least we are agreed! a cooking apple is huge so an average granny smith should work out bout 2.5
     
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    Yeah but didn't think it would be that much considering cooking apples are not sweet. Just goes to show I need to check things cos my brain can't work it out!Lol!
     
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