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Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by mechmanuk, 13 December 2008 Social URL.

  1. mechmanuk

    mechmanuk johnboy

    As the subject says, im looking for some ideas for fillings, getting fed up with baked beans.
    Any suggestions then please post em here, thankyou in advance john.
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    SLACK ALICE Silver Member

    Yep me too John.. I only have jacket with cheese and beans, had it with heinz sweet chilli beans once..nearly blew me head off !!
    I'm not much of a tuna eater so dont think i could stomach warm tuna.
    Its hard especially when you are stood there like'Old Mother Hubbard' looking in the cupboards, this is why I have cheese and beans ,cos I know where they are and its quick !!
    So I too shall be looking for inspiration ........
  4. Melanie

    Melanie Over half way to target

    Quorn chilli:-

    Mix quorn mince with tinned tomatoes, dry fried green peppers, onions and mushrooms, add tin of kidney beans, chilli powder and cumin to taste and cook for about 30 mins.

  5. abigail09

    abigail09 Gold Member

    a few suggestions

    cheese- healthy a
    homemade cheese savoury - extra light mayo, spring onions, cheese
    tinned spagetti
    bachelors pasta n sauce
    cottage cheese
    tuna with helmans extra light mayo (very low in syns)
    ham, chicken, turkey - any lean meat really
  6. abigail09

    abigail09 Gold Member

    or mayb try some sort of veg curry or chickpea dahl - yum!
  7. Laurie

    Laurie MM addict

    -egg mayo/salad cream
  8. mechmanuk

    mechmanuk johnboy

    great ideas, never thought of tinned spagetti, what about ravioli? and i also like the prawns idea. Not keen on mayo and chilli but i could mix with some eggs, light salad cream and lettuce i suppose.

    not a curry fan either, gimmi korma anyday lol.
  9. Susiewoosie

    Susiewoosie In it to lose it

    I love pasta n sauce with mine. Most of the ones I use have already been listed.
  10. Laurie

    Laurie MM addict

    how many syns is ravioli?
  11. kat0709

    kat0709 Full Member

    a dish i use on jacket spuds and pasta is bacon (use as HEXB) tin of chopped tomatoes onions peppers any other veg i like baby corn and carrots cook together and add to pasta or a jacket spud its yum and i always wack on some cheese tooooooo i lovvveeee it i usually make a large batch and take it to work next day and heat it up :)
  12. Laurie

    Laurie MM addict

    200g tin of ravioli is 1 syn on a green day
    410g tin of ravioli is 1.5 syns on a green day

    seems like heinz is the best for syns!

    yum i love ravioli will be adding this to shopping list and mayb a jacket spud!
  13. mechmanuk

    mechmanuk johnboy

    great, raviolli and jacket spuds it is then wooohooooooo, might chuck the prawn filling in aswel for good measure :)
  14. Rachel1974

    Rachel1974 Full Member

    Morrisons eat smart pineapple cottage cheese is gorgeous and free on red and green xx
  15. Louise24

    Louise24 Gold Member

    Mmmm, I've just had a jacket potato and baked beans, hit the spot xxx
  16. janie.com

    janie.com Full Member

    quorn chilli in spud is nice...
    just had quorn chilli with savory rice...........very nice...
    what about tuna mixed with quark salt pepper lemon juice that nice in a baked spud.........use tuna as hex b.........on green day
  17. sonban

    sonban Addicted to Minimins

    Ohh grated cheese, grated onion mix together with some extra light mayo, scrummy on a jacket potato.
  18. Minders

    Minders Finding inspiration

    Tesco brand tinned ratatoulie is nice (I tried Morrison's brand and it wasn't so good). Maybe put a little grated cheese on the jacket first then top with the ratatoulie. I think it's two syns for the whole can.
  19. mechmanuk

    mechmanuk johnboy

    some great ideas, many thanks
  20. DearFatty

    DearFatty Silver Member

    A really filling meal is jacket potato with beanfeast mince and its yum. I had more veggies and mushrooms etc
  21. mechmanuk

    mechmanuk johnboy

    Ive tried the beanfeast before and the quorn mince and didnt really like em that much, my trouble is im use to the real deal and love it lol. May have to get miself a mincer and make mi own.

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