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Taste of Asia book, does anyone have this?

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Oliversmum, 10 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. Oliversmum

    Oliversmum Active Member

    I have found a recipe online for Bang Bang chicken noodle salad which looks incredible and I wondered if anyone could tell me the syn count in it? I am assuming its not free even on EE as it had peanut butter in?
     
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  3. annieslim

    annieslim Member

    Sounds lovely! I don't have the book but know a friend who has lots so will ask her for you
     
  4. Oliversmum

    Oliversmum Active Member

    Thank you ...
     
  5. annieslim

    annieslim Member

    There's a version online which says 9 syns for whole dish. 3 chicken breasts, 2 table low fat peanut butter. Web: slimmingworld.blogspot.co.uk.
     
  6. annieslim

    annieslim Member

    Whoops that should have been slimmingworlddelights.blogspot.co.uk
     
  7. lentil2

    lentil2 Well-Known Member

    I have the book but that recipe is not in it....I've just looked through it, sorry!

    Ooops edit that....just found it!!

    It says 1 syn on EE
    7.5 on GREEN
    7.5 on RED
     
  8. Oliversmum

    Oliversmum Active Member

    Brilliant, thanks guys.

    I think I will buy this book ...I have the curry one but I think this one might be better as I love Noodles.
     
  9. jen3

    jen3 Well-Known Member

    Its my favourite sw cookbook. The Thai Green Chicken curry is delicious and the Chicken Chow Mein is better than any you would find in a Chinese restaurant. It seems dear at first getting all the spices/sauces etc but once you've got them they never need all replacing together
     

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