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Who shops at Iceland - Red days

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  1. 3106Catherine

    3106Catherine Silver Member

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    I usually shop at Tesco, average spend £80-£100 a week for a family of 4.

    I have been cooking pretty much every meal from scratch but we have just got a pony and 3 days a week I'm now coming home from work, picking up my lil girl and heading up the stables so I need a few things that are easier to just bung in the oven and cook up some veg with.

    I noticed that a lot of the Iceland range ie chicken with sauces or fish with sauces are low in sys. I just wondered if anyone is following the diet, I do red days only, and shops primarily at Iceland if you find it cost effective, as we need to tighten our belts just a little.

    Thanks x
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  3. fillymum

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    I shop at Iceland because I do not have Tesco's etc.

    This is a list of things available in Iceland that are SW friendly...

    Butter basted turkey breast joint
    Chicken fillets in gravy
    Chicken spears (sweet chilli/lime and orange)
    Good choice lemon and black pepper chicken breast fillets
    Good choice salmon fillets in lime and coriander
    olive oil and black pepper chicken fillets
    Roast chicken breasts in red wine sauce
    Sliced beef in gravy
    Sliced chicken tikka breasts
    Tuna steaks (plain, sweet chilli, smoky barbeque)
    Sliced lamb in mint gravy

    Mini chicken skewers in garlic butter marinade
    Roast chicken in gravy
    Simply salmon in garlic and herb/malted wholegrain crumb
    Wild pink salmon in creamy dill sauce

    Also try:
    Most of the bernard matthews range are free
    Heinz spaghetti hoops/meat free ravioli in tins
    Quorn sausages/roasts/fillets/burgers

    Weight Watchers:
    Mediterranian veg pasta (chilled)
    Canned spaghetti in tomato sauce
    Chicken/spicy thai instant noodles

    Kipper fillets with butter
    Salmon in watercress sauce
    Hake fillets in fragrant thai/lemon and herb/meditteranian glaze

    I also love the Iceland Salmon in dill sauce just 2 syns.

    Would love to hear more about your pony !!!

    Enjoy !!!
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