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Old 05-02-2004, 04:15 AM   #1
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Question Ideas for Sauces

What does everyone here use for sauces for meats, pastas etc?

I struggle for ideas for low fat sauces.

I have heard that you can use Quark and Cottage Cheese for a base for some sauces. I thought I might try this for a Green Day Lasange made with Quorn.
Does anyone have any ideas on the best way to do this.

I tend to stick to batchelors pasta and sauces rather than make my own. I can make a syn free quorn bol but other than that I lack ideas for pasta.

I would also like to make sauces for meats.

Has anyone any ideas on l/f sauces?
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Old 05-02-2004, 06:50 AM   #2
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hey super how are you girl ? goodf i hope ive been using dairylea light triangles and my milk and bunging in lots of herbs and spices and made apple sauce to go with the porkmthe other night there but i remembered an article in one of the slimming world mags and dug it out so its for pasta sauces
tesco healthy eating sauces-per serv-2 syns
marks and sparks-tomato and herb-2 syns
co op -tomato and herb-2-synsiceland reduced fat tomato and herb-2 syns
there are lots of them right up to 7.5 syns
there was also this recipie for a free sauce on green and original
roasted vegatable pasta sauce
place chunks of mixed peppers,red onion ,courgettes and tomatoes on a roasting traysprinkle with crushed garlic herbs and seasoning spray with fry light and bake at 200/400 degree celcius or gas 6 until tender transfer to a pan ad a can of tomatoes and some basil heat and serve can also be frozen if fresh ingredients used {so make loads and freeze some
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Thanks for that. I think I have that article on pasta sauces. I love the idea for the dairylea triangles. Will definitely give that a go.
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Old 05-03-2004, 04:59 AM   #4
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Ooh, sort of on the same topic: What does everyone use for gravy? Has anyone found a particularly good on ethat is low on Syns for SW?

Yummy, SW chips with gravy and mushy peas - yum yum.
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I use the same tesco veg gravy as always I count 2 syns for it I don't cook proper things so I don't do sauces.
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