Low syn tinned foods

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  1. teresa32uk

    teresa32uk Silver Member

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    Hi i read a thread on here and it got me thinking about getting a list together of Low syns or free foods in a tin, which can be used as jacket potato topping, toast topping or a quick meal.

    I always have the vegetable ravoli from Sainsbury's in the cupboard, its free on green and extra easy and tastes great on toast or on its own.

    Also the vegetable chilli from Sainsburys is free on green and extra easy, and a great standby food which goes great with Jacket Potato and Rice.

    Please feel free to add to the list.
     
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    asda chickpea dahl is nice with either rice or on a spud.free on green too.think its about 75p a tin.
     
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    I'll second the veggie ravioli from Sainsbury's. Definitely the best tinned one there is :D Very interested to try the veggie chilli too!
     
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    I have the tinned lean stewing steak from M&S - free on RED and EE and delicious!

    Mushy peas are a good standby on green - happily eat a bowl of these for lunch.
     
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    Tesco do healthy living chicken in white sauce - 1.5 syns per can on original & EE
     
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    My local Sainsbury's doesn't stock the veggie chilli any more :(

    But I did spot tinned veggie spaghetti bolognese that works out to 3.5 syns (I think) on EE and green :D About 60p a tin!
     
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    Ummm, Mushy peas!
    I have em often on green day as a filling snack! :D
     
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    Actually :eek: Could someone check the syns for the veggie bolognese for me??
    It's Sainsbury's Vegetarian Bolognese and is a 415g tin :D
     
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    Sainsbury's Vegetarian Spaghetti Bolognese, canned 415g can[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][​IMG] 3½ Syns on Extra Easy [​IMG] Original 16½ Syns [​IMG] Green 3½ Syns [/FONT]
    [/FONT]
     
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    baked beans and egg. Syn free
     
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    Phew!! Thank you :D I had a bit of a panic earlier. Although, to be honest, it really isn't worth the syns. It wasn't very nice :(
     
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    Chick peas. Drain well spray with frylight and sprinkle with the spice of your choice then roast in the oven till brown. Free on EE and green.
     
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    Not free!!!!!!

    My consultant tells me these arent free as they have been baked and therefore the water content of the chickpeas has changed and they are not as bulky Taste nice though.:(
     
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    never heard of that.It was our cons who told us to do it on green as a free snack.I cant find anything in the literature and its not being used as a flour. Can you ask her why it's changed so we know please?
     
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    spaghetti.
    tesco ravioli
    tesco stewed steak.
    tuna(water/brine)
    salmon(water /brine)
    mackerel(water/brine/tomato sauce)
    sweetcorn
    tinned toms.
    all free ee
     
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    Tesco Irish Stew 400g can = 3 syns on green or EE

    M&S Irish stew 400g can = 2.5 syns on red or EE

    Great standby for the winter served with extra vegetables . The MES one is VERY expensive though.
     
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    Is this in a tin? I have looked a few times and can't find it? :confused:
     
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    I love Princes mackeral in spicy tomato sauce. It's quite a big tin and is lovely straight out of the tin as a snack or is great as a meal with rice as it's got a lot of sauce. And it's free!!!! Yum !!!!
     
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    ooh ... does that mean that sardines in tomato sauce are free too? :fingerscrossed:
     
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    Hope so! I've not been synning my sardines!
     
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