Discussion in 'Slimming World - Eating Out' started by Pinky210384, 26 March 2014.

  1. Pinky210384

    Pinky210384 Member

    my boyfriend wants a kebab onway home Friday jight. What can I have???!!! Xx

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  2. I don't know anything about kebab restaurants, but I am sure someone else here will be able to help.

    But if I were you, I would be thinking whether I needed to have anything at all?
  3. rm247

    rm247 Well-Known Member

    a tray of kebab meat with whatever salad bits you like. No sauce. It's worth 7-10 syns depending on the size.
  4. Pinky210384

    Pinky210384 Member

    Thanks, may just have a pitta and salad

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  5. tottenhambaby

    tottenhambaby Active Member

    Suprisingly the pitta is the worst part.
  6. Bethanie

    Bethanie Well-Known Member

    I read somewhere on here that you can have a weight watchers pitta as a hex B. So a kebab isn't too bad if you get the tray of meat and a plain salad then take it home and eat with your WW pitta.
  7. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    Just to be clear on this, it's only the WW wholemeal pitta which counts as a B choice. They also do a white pitta which is not a Healthy Extra.
  8. Bethanie

    Bethanie Well-Known Member

    Thanks princess stevie, yeah I thought it would be the wholemeal one. Haven't tried it yet though so no idea if it's nice.
  9. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    I love them, although I've not had them in ages. I'm going to have to get some soon and make some of my old favourites again. They're very versatile I think.

    I used to love a bacon, mushroom and cheese pitta for a "treat" weekend breakfast. I'd grill the bacon and mushrooms before stuffing them in the pitta with my HExA cheese and grilling until the cheesy became all melty and gooey. So nice!!

    They're also good for a pizza base. I slice it in half (so that you have two ovals) and top with tomato puree, any toppings you like and Healthy Extra cheese. Then just pop in the oven for about 10-12mins - two Syn-free pizza slices!
  10. Bethanie

    Bethanie Well-Known Member

    That sounds good, I love mushrooms. And that's such a great idea using them for pizza bases, I will have to try that :)
  11. McNaughty

    McNaughty Well-Known Member

    A chicken kebab should be much lower as only yogurt and spices on it before griddling - its the donner kebabs which are very high.

    Maybe have a chicken kebab (meat only) with a large salad instead?
  12. MizCrafty

    MizCrafty Member

    If you get the chicken kebabs that are grilled on skewers over an open fire, there shouldn't be too many syns. Ask them what they marinate them in and request no extra oil when they grill them. Skip the pita bread. Pile on the salad. A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do... sometimes.

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