This comforting, creamy dish for one packs a lot of flavour for a dish cooked in less than 20 minutes.Read More Cajun ‘Chicken’ Carbonara
This is my take on the mcchicken sandwich. Its tasty and feels very naughty but totally hits all the right spots for being low in syns.Read More Mcchicken sandwich
We’ve gone from hot summer to freezing winter weather overnight so here is my chicken and mushroom orzo risotto. 2 large chestnut mushrooms sliced 1 finely diced onion 1 grated garlic clove 1/2 cup orzo pasta (looks like rice but cooks a lot faster) 1/2 tsp mixed Italian herbs 1 cup water 1 chicken stock […]Read More Chicken and mushroom orzotto
The basis of this chilli is that if you’re vegetarian use quorn if you’re meat eaters use low fat mince if you aren’t following slimming world use full fat mince! As long as you have these spices you can make a beautiful full flavoured chilli! 500g mince (quorn, 5%, turkey, full fat etc) 2 huge […]Read More Ultimate chilli
Zingy, fresh, herby and meaty, this salad is full of flavour and body and low in syn! 4 people 1 large steak 1 tsp five spice 2 tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp sweet chilli sauce* 2 tsp grated Ginger Juice 1 lime (sweetener to taste) 1/2 tsp sesame oil* 2 shredded carrots, 4 shredded Spring […]Read More Thai style beef noodle salad
These may not sound appetising and I bet you are also wondering how we would make pastry vegan-friendly? There is a wonderful dairy-free product in the world of baking called Trex. It can be used as a replacement for butter. And as for the filling, we have a wonderful roasted root veg mixture almost Mediterranean tasting! […]Read More Vegan Pasties
This is the ultimate budget busting blog. I am hoping to do more like this for people such as students. You can get a chicken for as little as £3 in some supermarkets and can be used for multiple dinners as long as you have storecupboard staples. 1st meal: Preheat the oven to 200oC. Take […]Read More Winner, winner Chicken Dinner!