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syns for fajita seasoning

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by Derbynanny, 20 August 2010 Social URL.

  1. Derbynanny

    Derbynanny Gold Member

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    I am making my hubby fajitas for dinner tonight and I was planning on having just the meat and veg with the seasoning as a stir fry with no tortillas. So i need to knwo the syns for the seasoning pkt that comes in the fajita kit.

    I am thinking from the syns online it is 5.5 a packet but that seems a lot.

    Teresa
     
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  3. loungelizard

    loungelizard Silver Member

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    Does it have any thickener like conflour in it. I can't remember as I just tend to use either cajun or jamaican jerk seasoning now which is free.
     
  4. Derbynanny

    Derbynanny Gold Member

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  5. loungelizard

    loungelizard Silver Member

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    If that's between two of you it's not so bad:) I find spraying the chicken pieces in frylight and then putting on seasoning and leaving in the fridge for a while gives it a good flavour. Brown the chicken, chuck in peppers and onion, more seasoning and a bit of water does the job just as well as the kits.
     
  6. Becca1993

    Becca1993 Full Member

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    Different brands differ slightly. Like one i've used is 5 and the other is 5.5.

    I usually buy the hotter ones and weigh out half a packet and just use half a packet. (save the other half for another day :D ) Comes out as hot as a mild one would. Then i use it for 4 people so it works out half a syn each :)
     
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