Ok, I’m a bit obsessed with wraps at the moment. Bfree’s Sweet Potato Wraps are only 95 Kcal each so they’re a good choice, especially if you’re gluten free and fed up of potatoes and rice!
I was originally cooking a tandoori chicken recipe for my husband and myself. When I opened the healthy pouch of sauce it smelt strongly of star anise, which is one of the flavours I can’t stand. So he got his curry with rice (he enjoyed it) and I needed a quick adaptation for myself.
So here it is:
100g chicken pieces – 106 Kcal
Tesco stir fry medley pack (minus the chilli) – 78 Kcal
15g Aldi sweet chilli sauce – 29 Kcal
Bfree Sweet Potato Wrap – 95 Kcal
- Stir fry the chicken and vegetables in a wok.
- Add the chilli sauce.
- Serve on a wrap.
OK, I finally opened the can and made Diet Coke chicken. It was really Pepsi Max chicken but you get the idea.
Once you get over the initial horror of putting a fizzy drink into a meal you’ll realise it’s really great. It actually tastes fantastic! A lovely, slightly sweet and rich sauce. As I was eating it I couldn’t believe it was synfree! This will definitely be one of my regular meals now.
- 4 chicken breasts cut into pieces
- 1 onion sliced
- 2 peppers chopped into chunks
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 2tsp Henderson’s Relish (or Worcestershire sauce if you can have gluten)
- 1tbsp of Kikkoman gluten free soy sauce (or regular soy sauce if you can have gluten)
- 4 tsp tomato puree
- 8 tbsp passata
- 1 tsp mixed herbs
- 1 330ml can of Diet Coke
- 200ml chicken stock (I used Knorr stock cubes)
- Fry the chicken, onion and peppers in Frylight for 4-5 minutes.
- Add the diet coke, stock, passata, tomato purée, garlic, Henderson’s Relish, Kikkoman gluten free soy sauce and mixed herbs and stir.
- Bring to the boil, cover, reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for 20-30 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through.
Serve with: mash, new potatoes, rice…
Looking for more inspiration? You might like: Chicken Jalfrezi – Slimming World (GF) or Chilli Beef – Slimming World (GF).
This recipe is perfect for Slimming World as all the ingredients are synfree. I was really surprised that the Amoy noodles were as they are part cooked – but I checked online and they are. The whole dish is gluten-free if you use gluten-free soy sauce. I used Kikkoman Tamari Gluten Free Soy Sauce but there are others on the market.
- 200g diced chicken (cooked)
- Amoy straight to wok ribbon rice noodles 150g pouch
- Pak Choi chopped
- Handful of mangetout
- Yellow and red peppers diced
- 1 onion
- Ginger paste
- Soy Sauce (Gluten free variety)
- In Frylight lightly fry the onion and peppers.
- Add the cooked chicken pieces and ginger paste and stir well.
- After 2 minutes add the pak choi and mangetout and a splash of soy sauce.
- After 1 minute add the noodles with a few more splashes of soy sauce.
- Stir for 1-2 minutes to cook through.
You might also like Beef & Pepper Stir Fry – Slimming World or Carrot & Coriander Soup – Slimming World.