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Jul 29th '14, 20:34 PM  
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Hi Rachael.

I moved your post into this thread. Seems to have got stuck in our spam filter
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Quote by Rachael View Post
Here are a few ideas what to do with Quark
Great link
Aug 10th '14, 18:47 PM  
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I made a great lasagne for 7 of my friends the other day (2 are also on SW) and we used Quark mixed with Framage frais for white sauce with our healthy option A allowance of cheese on top. Those not on a diet didn't even notice the recipe change and all said how nice it was.

I also used half extra lean mince and half quorn mince (that way you don't notice the texture difference).
Sep 22nd '14, 21:17 PM  
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My take on slimming world ham, pea and ham pasta

350g pasta
175g frozen peas
2 leeks
150ml veg stock
120ml quark
2 eggs gammon steak

Cook pasta and add peas for last 3 mins..meanwhile
Chop up gammon steak and fry it with fry lite until half cooked
Add leeks and fry for few minutes
Add stock and simmer for 5- 10 mins depending how mushy you like your leeks.
Take off heat and mix the quark in with meat n leek, then add drained padta and peas.
Add the egg and stir continuosly over the heat for just a couple more minutes.
Add salt n pepper

Syn free, feeds 3/4 people!
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