1. Hi Sue,

      Thank you very much for your comment and rating. We are so glad that you liked our recipe 😀

      Many thanks


  1. 5 stars
    I wish that you would include “Standard” Measurements in addition to “Metric” and “Imperial”. When I was in school “Metric” wasn’t at all common, and “Imperial” was totally unheard of (we didn’t even use “Celcius” in Chemistry, we used “Calvin”. EDIT: Used the changer at the bottom of the recipe and it worked great thank you.

    1. Hi Jim

      The imperial and metric measurements are the most common ones to use and the recipe plugin does these for us. To change them into a third measurement just would not work and especially if the standard measurements are not wildly known all over the world.

      Thanks for reading our blog.

      Kind Regards


  2. 5 stars
    Not tried the recipe yet (got all the ingredients) but I should point out that it is NOT syn free, assuming that the garlic puree is the stuff sold in tubes. Some contain sunflower oil and can be 3 syns per tbsp. Not much among the rest of the ingredients but I am finding that there are so many ‘gotchas’ with SW. I bought some tubs of rice assuming that they would be syn free only to find that they count as .5, again because of the inclusion of sunflower oil. I agree with your point about processed food. Need to find a substitute for cornflour(starch). Guar gum is not nice texture wise as it creates a consistency similar to slime. EDIT: Tried the recipe and it was gorgeous thanks.

    1. Hi Brian,

      Sorry about the recipe we need to update these Slimming World ones because things change all the time. Let us know if you find an alternative for the cornstarch as the guar gum is not nice at all 🙂

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