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Prawns? ..... what do you put with yours?

Discussion in 'Orlistat (Xenical)' started by pixiepiratess, 22 May 2009 Social URL.

  1. pixiepiratess

    pixiepiratess Going From Flab to FAB!

    Ive got prawns for tea tonight with a jacket potato ..

    Any ideas what i can put with it to stop it from being dry ?
    normally id make a sauce with tomsauce and salad cream and have it with that and salad ...

    hate dry food! and looking for insperation :)

    thanks again in advance xxx
     
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  3. iona.1985

    iona.1985 Well-Known Member

    oyster sauce? that's what i had mine with yesterday :)
     
  4. shazboo

    shazboo 'this time i'll do it!'

    i just use salad cream but light version, or just buy a light version of marie rose sauce,
    i hate too dry foods too and usually add mint jelly to things,
    i just track the sauces just the same and only have a small amount
     
  5. pixiepiratess

    pixiepiratess Going From Flab to FAB!

    think i may make a seafood sauce with low fat tom salad cream and a little tom sauce :)
     
  6. lins74

    lins74 Well-Known Member

    Hi

    I like prawns with mayo & chopped fresh basil leaves. Yummy!! :wavey:

    The mayo is hellmans light.

    All the best

    Lins
     
  7. billygroat

    billygroat Well-Known Member

    Hey

    I use the caesar light dressing, its really thick and tasty, my brain will not tolerate "low fat" as its runny and tasteless, this works for me

    Julie x
     
  8. coffee_bean

    coffee_bean Well-Known Member

    I mix them up with spring onions, chili, ginger, honey, soy & a bit of thai fish sauce. makes them taste really yummy. The longer you leave them marinade the better. i eat them with rice noodles too for a low fat lunch.

    x x
     

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