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Jan 28th '17, 19:59 PM  
SWViking
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Fabulous guide.
Are you aware of the syn value of a chicken shashlik? This is a type of kebab thing and in my opinion the best Indian food ever.
 
Jan 28th '17, 20:16 PM  
sarahc4536
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Shashlick is the grilled marinated meat right?
I can never remember what that's called
If I'm right, I would probably just count syns for any sauce you get with it. If I remember correctly, I think the meat is usually baked or grilled so there should be very little oil used, if any.


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Jan 28th '17, 20:26 PM  
SWViking
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That's right. It is the grilled or BBQ cooked. It is fab and yes I think any syns would be in the sauce.
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Feb 3rd '17, 18:11 PM  
JaguarJayne
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Please help

New to Social Slimmers so have just seen this list. Sarah, how many SYNS in a Dupiaza. It is my regular dish when eating in an Indian restaurant xx
 
Feb 3rd '17, 21:18 PM  
sarahc4536
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Hi Jayne, looking at the SW app, it doesn't have a specific syn value for dupiaza, but they range between 7 and 11.5.
Personally I'd count 10 to be safe


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Feb 4th '17, 11:26 AM  
JaguarJayne
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Thanks Sarah. I did count 10 and I also asked for no ghee which the restaurant did for me. Bit nervous in asking but no problem. Mind you we have been using that particular restaurant for a long long time so we are known there.
 
Feb 4th '17, 11:46 AM  
sarahc4536
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Most places are usually quite happy to cook without the ghee.
Some places have even started doing a 'healthy option' on their menu. My local Indian Restaraunt has done it for years


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Sep 15th '17, 12:54 PM  
KarenB2274
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Great feature. Was thinking, could you add the café Eat? Was in there today and some of the foods sound quite healthy and SW friendly.
 
Sep 15th '17, 14:26 PM  
sarahc4536
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I'll look tonight to see if they are listed on the SW website


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Sep 21st '17, 23:59 PM  
KimmyD
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Do you know the syn value for a mushroom bhaji and a saag (spinach) bhaji please. I can't find it anywhere
 
 
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