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Syn free salad dressing

Discussion in 'SW Sizzling Summer Recipes' started by celtic-chick, 30 April 2014 Social URL.

  1. celtic-chick

    celtic-chick Silver Member

    Anybody got any idea's on a syn free salad dressing?
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  3. smay1000

    smay1000 Member

    I'm stuck for ideas for this too! I looked in M&S at their light dressings but none were less than 50cals per 100mls. I've got a 'calorie-free' honey mustard dressing from a health shop near me but it is absolutely disgusting!! Does anyone have any dressings they buy that are free on EE?
  4. celtic-chick

    celtic-chick Silver Member

    Kathy posted this on her thread http://www.minimins.com/slimming-world-recipes/317773-delicious-meals-minimum-ingredients-110.html thanks again Kathy.

    RED PEPPER SALAD DRESSING - Enough for two salads but quantities can easily be changed.

    Syn Free

    2 large roasted red peppers - either do your own in the oven with Frylight or use the equivalent from a jar, in brine (Free)
    2 cloves of garlic, crushed
    4 tbsp. Balsamic vinegar - this just adds to it but doesn't overpower the flavour, celtic-chick! :D
    Pinch of salt
    Half a tsp. black pepper
    1 tsp. finely chopped fresh thyme leaves or half tsp. dried thyme

    Blend all the ingredients together in a food processor and serve.
  5. Minniemouse23

    Minniemouse23 Silver Member

    Morrisons nume Caesar dressing is half a syn
  6. JoozzyJoo

    JoozzyJoo Full Member

    Freshly sqeezed lime juice is amazing over mixed leaves
  7. lauraloulou17

    lauraloulou17 Member

    I love a big dollop of fat free yogurt with a pinch of paprika and some herbs mixed in - vary it depending on what you're having. I often use Italian mix, or mint... X
  8. WannabeThinna

    WannabeThinna Full Member

    I really love Kraft fat free Italian dressing, Asda is the only place that sells it (Tesco and Sainsbury have other Kraft fat free dressings but not that flavour). It's syn free and so tasty! I keep a bottle each of lemon and lime juice in the fridge and sometimes add a splash of one of those to it, just for a bit of a change.
  9. Scrappydog

    Scrappydog Member

    Just what I was looking for thanks

    HAPPYNANNA Silver Member

    Not in my Asda :(

    HAPPYNANNA Silver Member

    Thanks for the recipe. I'll be trying this out tonight x
  12. Emmab178

    Emmab178 Full Member

    Just wondering if anybody has found any more dressings that are zero or low syns? With summer and salads around the corner time to start planning my first summer on SlimmingWorld
  13. cherrybobs

    cherrybobs Full Member

    The Sainsbury's version (Be Good to Yourself) is also half a syn per tablespoon. I find that a tablespoon is plenty!
  14. Emmab178

    Emmab178 Full Member

    Perfect thanks. The sainsburys one has already been purchased :)
  15. jogirl

    jogirl Silver Member

    I'd suggest investing in the best balsamic vinegar you can afford. The more expensive, "artisan" ones are a world away from the supermarket basic versions. I have one at the moment that I was bought as a present, and it is so thick and delicious that you really don't need any other dressing. They're not cheap, but a little goes a very long way so it will last for ages.
  16. rubyconfusing

    rubyconfusing Member

    I had this today half a syn for how much?
  17. Nanny Doreen

    Nanny Doreen Gold Member

    I thought balsamic vinegar was free
  18. jogirl

    jogirl Silver Member

    Yes, all balsamic vinegar is free. Anything called a balsamic "glaze" will have syns.
  19. Nanny Doreen

    Nanny Doreen Gold Member

    Marks & Spencer French Dressing with White Wine Vinegar & Dijon Mustard, reduced fat (1 level tbsp) ½

    Not syn free but sounds lovely. Keep meaning to try it as I usually put Dijon mustard in my mayo

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