Help! Slimming World Veg!

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by xljsx, 7 January 2014.

  1. xljsx

    xljsx New Member

    is there a particular way to cook veg? or can i use frozen veg and just boil? :)
  2. cagers79

    cagers79 New Member

    Hi, There is no right or wrong with veg as long as it is cooked without fat - it can be fresh or frozen and cooked in any way that you like
  3. slimminghippo

    slimminghippo Member


    you can cook it any healthy way you can think of, I mostly boil or microwave just by putting it in a bowl with either a lid or clingfilm over top with no water. I sometimes chuck frozen veg in the wok with frylight and soysauce with a sprinkle of crushed chillis. You can steam, oven cook and slow cook. Frozen veg is great and so much quicker, I used tinned mushrooms and carrots in an emergency if I run out.

  4. abisaurus

    abisaurus Well-Known Member

    I swear by frozen veg, so much less waste and much cheaper!
    As has already been said, cook it however you can think :)
  5. Missa!!!

    Missa!!! Well-Known Member

    Frozen veg all the way. Definitely cheaper and less waste than fresh as I always forget to cook it :eek:

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  6. AllyCat123

    AllyCat123 Member

    I've heard that frozen veg is healthier than fresh as its frozen as soon as its picked so keeps all the nutrients...providing you dont boil all the goodness out its supposed to be healthier...I dont know how true this is tho but I tend to buy it anyway for convenience.
  7. abisaurus

    abisaurus Well-Known Member

    Ive heard that one too but I tend to use my veg water to make the gravy or sauces to go with the meal so in my head Im still getting the nutrients haha.x.
  8. Missa!!!

    Missa!!! Well-Known Member

    You can still do that with frozen :)

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