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What do RED DAY people like to eat?

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by funcurls, 15 December 2009 Social URL.

  1. funcurls

    funcurls Never gets tired of SW!

    Hi there, I've been doing SW for 7 weeks and have lost 12lb so far. I'm very pleased with my loss, but I'm now looking to vary what I'm eating a bit! I've been doing mainly extra easy with some green, but I'm thinking of throwing some red days into the mix! I would love some inspiration for meals to make on red days! What do fans of red love to eat? I like all food so will welcome all suggestions with open arms!!
     
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  3. Fallen Angel

    Fallen Angel Starting again!!

    I do;
    chicken stir-fry
    beef curry / meatball curry (in Jan magazine)
    shepherds pie with swede/carrot topping instead of potato
    cooked breakfast type thing/breakfast quiche
    soup
    chicken breast stuffed with garlic quark with leeks & cabbage
    Roast
    free/quorn sausage casserole with HEb jacket pot
    prawn salads
    surf n turf/mixed grill with breaded mushrooms & onion rings (see other thread for recipe)
    Vixxster's pizza with chicken or free sausage toppings!
    HM double bacon cheeseburgers YUM!
    Aldi lamb shanks with roasted mixed veg
    Sardines in tomato sauce on toast
    Mackerel/smoked salmon pate (made with quark) on Krisprolls
    Omelette (with various fillings!)
     
  4. suepat10

    suepat10 I am one of the 63336

    I'm very boring when it comes to food.

    I tend to go for the egg, bacon, sausages (Joes syn free or WW half a syn each), mushrooms.

    For main course I'll have huge wedges of meat with veg or mixed salad and HeB'ing or synning potato

    In summer I get large bags of Morrison's bistro salad and mix crispy bacon and boiled eggs, or HeA cheese, or fish in to it.

    I do love my roasts.

    BUT, having read the previous post I'm going to be more adventurous!
     
  5. Fallen Angel

    Fallen Angel Starting again!!

    Lol, I used to live on green days as I could never think of anything to have on red and was always hungry. This time I've had to do red as my body's too used to green and have quite enjoyed it!
    Of course the above list is on top of fruit, veg, salads, cottage cheese, yogurts etc!
     
  6. Sarah-Jayne

    Sarah-Jayne Well-Known Member

    Red days for me consist of morrisons eat smart diet pork sausages, green beans and gravy....delish!
     
  7. Honeyoc

    Honeyoc Is a crunchy mama!

    On red days I usually have an HEB for breakfast, like porridge, egg on toast etc.

    For lunch I'll have a salad with some form of meat or fish, or a soup with meat. And I usually have it with some form of bread; either wholegrain crisp rolls, corn thins or wholemeal bread roll spread with laughing cow light as my HEA.

    For dinner I'll have meat, fish or chicken (usually grilled) with lots of veggies (usually roasted or sauteed) followed by a yummy greek yogurt with honey for dessert :D
     
  8. Wishfairies

    Wishfairies Well-Known Member

    Rump steak, all fat removed. Flat mushrooms and grilled beef tomatoes.
     
  9. Mim

    Mim Well-Known Member

    mmhhh I'm also a "greeny " as I never know what to eat for lunch on a "red day". So when you have like a curry or a chicken stir fry will you have a little rice as a HEB??? I love steak, but even that gets boring if you have it every time you fancy meat. Will have to get brave and actually open the SW cook books the OH bought for me. <:O) Thanks for the insperation
     
  10. funcurls

    funcurls Never gets tired of SW!

    Thanks for all the inspiration!! That's really helped! I think I'm going to treat myself to the SW Original Cookbook as well!! Any more ideas, keepem coming!!XXX
     
  11. Meli

    Meli Well-Known Member

    Oven baked salmon with spinach
    Stir fried chicken, prawn, beef with veggies
    Tandoori chicken
    Chicken kebabs
    Meatballs
    Fish with green beans and carrots
    Chicken Breast with garlic and parsley grilled
    Chicken Breast with Spinach curry
    Peri Peri Oven Roasted Chicken - had this today and was really tasty!

    Hope this gives you some ideas :)
     
  12. funcurls

    funcurls Never gets tired of SW!

    Thanks Meli, they sound really yummy!!X
     
  13. jaylou

    jaylou Well-Known Member

    I have all red day curries and casseroles with roasted butternut squash.
    Rice is not a B choice on a red day unfortunately.
     
  14. Fallen Angel

    Fallen Angel Starting again!!

    As has been said you can't have rice as a HEb - I just have a bowl of curry for lunch - no rice required. I couldn't imagine having rice with a stirfry - just chicken and the stir fry vegetables!
     
  15. Laurie

    Laurie MM addict

    lamb or chicken rogan josh, chicken cake, fry up, spag bol, chilli, dona kebab, diet coke chicken...
    today im attempting a ee lasagna
     
  16. Mim

    Mim Well-Known Member

    omg ...... see I'm still new to this and learning I hadn't even realized not to have rice as an HE ....good job you guys told me .:O) Thank you, still sticking to my green days though lol I will get a little braver one of these days.
     
  17. funcurls

    funcurls Never gets tired of SW!

    OMG Laurie, you've lost tons- that's amazing!! Good work!! Do you have mainly red days or a mixture?x
     
  18. funcurls

    funcurls Never gets tired of SW!

    Ooh Laurie, something just caught my eye..... what the heck is 'diet coke chicken'?! I'm intreagued!!!X
     

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