Easy chicken curry
This recipe is from Slimming World's online recipe collection (Slimming World chicken curry), and is very simple to do, therefore foolproof! What I love about it is that there is lots of sauce, but as it's tomato based there are no syns. They suggest serving it with chargrilled broccoli and beans which is the perfect accompaniment.
Amazing 5-ingredient slow-cooker salsa chicken
This recipe uses shop bought salsa to make a really delicious slow-cooked shredded chicken and black-bean Mexican style dish. I had little faith that putting 5 ingredients into the slow cooker would make something that I'd want to do again, but thought I'd give it a try and it was worth the experiment. Just stick in the slow-cooker in the morning and come home to a completely yummy dinner! I've based the syn values in this dish on the salsa I used, which was the Dorito's hot salsa- but ...
Sticky chinese pork
This recipe is about as easy as it gets when it comes to making a deliciously dark and sticky glazed chinese pork. One of those things that can be thrown together in a couple of minutes, with great results!
Takeaway chicken chow mein
This is a real classic, it's tasty enough to stand in for a takeaway, and it's very easy to do. Also a great way to get lots of veg incorporated into your main! From the Slimming World website: http://www.slimmingworld.com/recipes/chinese-chicken-chowmein.aspx
Greggs style steak bake
This is one of those recipes which is causing such a stir on the Slimming World Facebook groups that all the supermarkets seem to be selling out of the ingredients!
It's a simple yet effective idea, using tinned stewed steak (only certain brands are free- Asda and M&S are according to the online syns calculator at the time of posting, but check the nutritional information on the online syns calculator to check, and if in any doubt at all, please check with your Slimming ...
Slow-cooked Mexican black bean & shredded salsa chicken
This is a great recipe- it's very quick to throw together in the slow cooker, but the end result is a really delicious Mexican inspired dish which is very versatile- It's lovely just with rice, wrapped in a tortilla, or put into an Old El Paso stand 'n' stuff tortilla, topped with cheese and oven baked!
I tend to go for chicken curries, but this one is a nice change, and has a lovely thick sauce.