HELP NEEDED QUICKLY! Seasoning for steamed Veg? ANYONE?

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  1. Poppylops

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    Hi All,

    So i am cooking a lovely Fish Pie from the Slimming world magazine! I have just finished making it and its in the oven as we speak! its looks lush! I am trying to prove to my partner that a diet doesn't need to be bland for us...

    I want to serve it with some Veg and i have some green beans and Samphire (dont ask, it was reduced in Asda) I plan to steam them BUT if i cannot have butter what can i have with it.. seems a bit dull just steamed veg? any seasoning ideas please! household things would help as cannot get to a shop!
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    Thanks
     
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    The veg shouldn't need anything as when served with your fish pie the sauce from the pie should / will go on to the veg.
    Sounds lush x enjoy x
     
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    We use one of these depending what veg it is.....
    Schwartz= spicy all season
    Schwartz=cajun
    Mixed herbs
     
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    I usually mix up some mustard and balsamic vinegar with steamed veg if that helps?
     
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    That my dear is an AMAZING idea!! thanks!!! :)
     
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    Samphire! Grows wild locally. Haven't had any for a while! I would be interested to hear what you think of it. Enjoy your tea.
     
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    If you want a buttery taste, we use butter buds from Lakeland. Quite expensive but 1/2 syn a packet, it is in powder form, I use it on all sorts, baked pots, mash, pasta yum
     
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    As they are only 5 cals per sachet - should they not be 2 sachets per 1/2 syn??
     
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