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JuicyMango

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Ooh they sound good & I love BNS! How did you make them?

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Kik

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yea they do - can we have instructions pls:D
 

Jenny mum of 5

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Kik said:
yea they do - can we have instructions pls:D
Just peel the butter nut squash chop in half and remove seeds chop into chip size pieces place on a baking tray spray with frylight and then i sprinkled with paprika but u could use any spice or no spice then place in oven at 200 for 45 mins and trust me they really are delish I'm of to Asda for another 1 to day even hubby loved them hope u enjoy : )
 

Jenny mum of 5

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Kieragh1515 said:
I make them similar tho u don't have to peel the skin (easier not to lol), plus I cut mine then soften them in micro for 4 mins then sprinkle salt, pepper and Cajun spice on and pop them in oven for 20 mins. Having them tonite again :)
Aww thanks il try that cause 45 mins is a long time to wait lol
 

Bindi

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Sounds yummy, have a bns in the veg cupboard begging to be eaten so will stick the chips on the menu tonight, thanks for the tip
 

JuicyMango

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Ooh that sounds gorge, I love Cajun spiced BNS, I'd never thought of having it in place of chips!
 

Smirky

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i always find this too tough to cut through and havent a clue how best to cook it any ideas please? i love the stuff but hopeless with it :D
 

Jenny mum of 5

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Smirky said:
i always find this too tough to cut through and havent a clue how best to cook it any ideas please? i love the stuff but hopeless with it :D
Hi I find it a bit tough to
I like to roast mine as chips
Or dice into a stew or curry and very nice as a soup
 

misteeq_sis

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S: 14st4lb C: 12st0lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 27.1 Loss: 2st4lb(16%)
I've recently discovered BNS myself, a friend has been talking about it, so i tried it.I have been having BNS wedges instead of normal chips/fries.I got one this week and cut it all up into wedge size pieces and had a serving for my dinner and put the rest in the freezer,as it can be stored up to a month.(Even though it won't last that long as I keep eating it) 0 points is great.
 

JuicyMango

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S: 11st13.5lb C: 11st13.5lb G: 9st12lb BMI: 29.7 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
Smirky, you MUST use a serrated knife - I use a butternut squash a week or so & it's soooo much easier since I started using a serrated knife!
 

Zoticus

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S: 14st7lb C: 13st7lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 32.4 Loss: 1st0lb(6.9%)
I've only ever had BNS mashed up and used in a vegan sandwich and I didnt think it was that bad so I'm going to give these a go!
With oven made chips/wedges I usually spray them with fry-light to crispen them up has anyone tried this with the BNS?
And also, are they 0 propoints?!
 

Tonic

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S: 12st7lb C: 10st7lb G: 9st13lb BMI: 26.9 Loss: 2st0lb(16%)
When doing BNS as a soup I buy the ready prepared stuff!!!! Otherwise its a case of peeling for what feels like an eternity, then finding the sharpest knife you have to cut through the bugger!
 

JoJoB

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S: 13st3lb C: 12st0lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 28.8 Loss: 1st3lb(9.19%)
Yes they are 0pp when done with frylight. Happy days :D
Cajun seasoning might have a point for anything over a tbsp though, not sure. The schwarts cajun spices for potato is sooooo good on bns though.
I got one of those mesh trays from poundland to cook bns chips on, it seems to crisp them up a bit better than an ordinary baking tray.
 




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