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Syn Free Sweet ‘n’ Sour

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Ingredients

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3 Chicken Breast
2 Onion
Green and Red Pepper
2 Celery
Fine Carrot Sticks
6tbsp Passata
1 can Diet Orangeade
few good glugs Balsamic Vinegar
couple Splashes Dark Soy Sauce
Garlic Powder

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Syn Free Sweet ‘n’ Sour

Sweet 'n' sour is a firm favourite in my house so when I started SW it only made sense to look at making a healthier on plan alternative. Cue this recipe. It's so simple to make, tastes delish and it's syn free. What more can I ask for :-)

  • 30
  • Serves 3
  • Medium

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I served mine with rice but it also goes great with noodles. Hope you enjoy and if you do let me know in the comments below xoxo

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Steps

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Start by chopping your chicken breasts, onions, peppers, carrot and celery. You need to keep your veggies quite chunky. Chuck the lot into a large frying pan and fry it off with frylight.

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Next just add in your orangeade, passata, a few glugs of balsamic vinegar (can always add more later to taste), a few splashes of soy sauce and a sprinkle of garlic powder.

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Stir the pot together and bring to the boil. Then just reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for about 15 minutes or until the sauce reduces.

Emily Boulden

Hello! So just a wee bit about myself! I'm Emily mother of 2 beautiful little men and partner to my 30 year old man child, haha. I'm a massive foody, Slimming world member and a former fatty! To date I have lost over 11 stone and am currently right were I want to be. I love experimenting with food and finding new ways to use different things. I'm a throw it in kind of chef but thought I'd share a few of my ideas and/or recipes. As well as a few piccies, I mean who doesn't like pictures of food, right?! XoXo

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