Si King, Dave Meyers
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The Hairy Bikers have lost almost 6 stone between them and you can lose weight too...Si King and Dave Myers are self-confessed food lovers. Food isn't just fuel to them, it's their life. But, like many of us, they've found that the weight has crept on over the years. So they've made a big decision to act before it's too late and lose some pounds. In this groundbreaking diet book, Si and Dave have come up with tasty recipes that are low in calories and big on flavour. This is real food for real people, not skinny minnies. There are ideas for family meals, hearty lunches and dinners, even a few knock-out bakes and snacking options. The Hairy Bikers will always love their food - pies and curries won't be off the menu for long! - but using these recipes, and following their clever tips and heartfelt advice, you can bake your cake, eat it, and lose the pounds.
a medium saucepan and bring to a gentle simmer. Take off the heat and leave to stand for 10 minutes. Use tongs or a slotted spoon to remove the onion and bay leaf and throw them away. Brush a large non-stick frying pan with the sunflower oil and place it over a medium-high heat. Snip the gammon fat off completely with a pair of kitchen scissors. Season the gammon with ground black pepper, then cook the steaks for 2½–3 minutes on each side. If your pan isn’t large enough for all the gammon steaks
crème fraiche. Season with lots of freshly ground black pepper and stir all the ingredients together until just combined. Spoon into a 1.5-litre pie dish. Preheat the oven to 200°C/Fan 180°C/Gas 6. Pile the filo sheets on the work surface, one on top of the other, and divide into 9 rectangles, cutting through all the layers. Put the oil into a small bowl. One at a time, brush each pastry rectangle lightly with a little oil and very loosely scrunch it up. You’ll need to just dip the tip of the
for 4–5 minutes or until lightly browned, turning them as they cook. Add the cumin seeds, if using, and toast together for 1–2 minutes, then set aside to cool. Mix the ingredients for the dressing in a small bowl. Cut each head of chicory lengthways into 6 thin wedges and put these in a shallow serving bowl. If your chicory are particularly large, you may want to separate some of the leaves. Cut the apple into quarters, remove the core and slice the apple quarters fairly thinly. Peel and finely
through gently, stirring constantly until the liquid is smooth and clear. Pour the diet lemonade into a large measuring jug. Add the gelatine mixture, stirring constantly with a long-handled spoon until it is thoroughly combined. Pour it slowly as the lemonade will froth up. Drop the berries into 6 wine glasses or tumblers, then pour almost all the jelly mixture gently over the top – keep back about 100ml of the lemonade jelly. Place the glasses on a tray and cover with clingfilm. Carry them
soup Rich beef and ale casserole pasta Chilli lemon tuna and broccoli spaghetti Home-made butternut squash tortellini Rich and meaty bolognese Simple tuna and sweetcorn pasta salad pastry Egg, bacon and asparagus flan Low-fat minced beef and potato pies filo, Chicken and ham tangle pie Peanut butter and apple snack peas Low-fat minced beef and potato pies Minestrone soup Minted pea and feta omelette Quick cod and prawn gratin peppers Beachside paella Chicken korma