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20 September 2005 @ 11:53 pm
Roasted Vegetables are great to eat by themselves, as part of a roast dinner or even to add to other dishes.

Serves 2 - 3

Suitable for people on Weight Watchers (Points = 1 per serving)

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20 September 2005 @ 11:07 pm
Butter Bean mash - a good substitute for potatoes and is Low GI and high fibre.

Serves 4



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20 September 2005 @ 10:54 pm
This low fat cheese sauce is perfect for serving with Pasta, vegetables or even inside a Lasagne! It is suitable for dairy eating vegetarians, but not vegans.


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20 September 2005 @ 09:13 pm
Hazelnut Flapjacks

Ingrediants:

150g margarine
50g caster sugar
3 tablespoons (or thereabouts) of golden syrup
200g rolled oats
As many chopped hazelnuts as you like

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20 September 2005 @ 09:11 pm
Soup

Now I usually make soup by measuring only by sight and taste, so all of these are very approximate measurements and you should adjust them to whatever you think looks right.

Ingredients:

1 cup red lentils
1 cup yellow split peas
1 cup butterbeans
1 cup white basmati rice
1 onion
2 stock cubes
Around 2 1/2 pints water, although use more if it gets too thick
Oregano for seasoning

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20 September 2005 @ 05:55 pm
Vegetable and Macaroni Cheese Bake. Suitable for dairy eating Vegetarians, but not Vegans

Serves 4

Suitable for people on Weight Watchers (Points = 5 per serving)

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20 September 2005 @ 05:49 pm
Roasted Pepper Pockets. Suitable for dairy eating Vegetarians, but not Vegans

Serves 1

Suitable for people on Weight Watchers (Points = 4 per serving)

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20 September 2005 @ 05:42 pm
Bacon, Potato and Onion Hotpot... A warming meal perfect for winter nights!

Serves 4

Suitable for people on Weight Watchers (Points = 2 1/2 per serving)

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20 September 2005 @ 05:05 pm
Honey Mustard Quorn pieces to resemble Honey Mustard Chicken! It is suitable for dairy eating vegetarians, but not for Vegans.

Serves 2 - 3

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This is actually taken from the book 'You Are What You Eat' and it is gorgeous! She says goats cheese, but I use a big chunk of feta. BTW, it is quite filling.

Red Peppers (as many as you need to serve people or as many as you want)
Feta cheese sliced or diced
Pine Nuts (optional)
Fresh Basil Leaves
Rocket
Olive oil

Cut the peppers into halves. Drizzle lightly with olive oil and place in an oven (180 generally) for about 10 mins.
Take out and then fill them with the feta cheese and pine nuts if you want them and basil. Put back in oven for about 5-10 mins when you see the feta cheese browning slightly.
Put peppers ontop of your bed of rocket leaves. Now eat!