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Easy Peasy Dirty Rice

Easy Peasy real Dirty Rice!

So I’m being super good (again I hear you cry – well sadly yes!) I love my food, always have!  And especially this Easy Peasy Dirty Rice!! So I’ve embarked on the Slimming World way of eating and so far I’m enjoying it. I’m also enjoying making up new tasty recipes within the constraints of the Slimming World programme. If you fancy checking out Slimming World just take a look! (Not an Ad)

What I love about this is it gets me back in the kitchen, as with Slimming world you really are back to scratch cooking! Lovely…… There is simply nothing better than getting in the kitchen and having control over what you add to your meals, with no hidden ingredients.

So here you have  a warm, filling supper. It’s quick, its easy, it’s full of flavour,  so it fits the Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy ethos perfectly! And very very tasty! Thee are a lot of Slimming World rice recipes out there, however I have to say I think this one is up there ref flavour!

Dirty Recipe

I called it Dirty Rice – feel free to add any other veggies you like and you could always add left over chicken, lamb, pork etc whatever you like – yummy! It really is so filling and I’m sure the whole family will love it – Slimming World or not!

Let me know how it goes and if you like it? It tastes better than it looks – I really do promise. It’s hard to get a good photo, it’s a dish that is simply not a looker. But don’t be put off – it tastes really good!

AND it’s free! As in SYN free on Slimming World! Woop woop – so fill your boots 🙂 on this Easy Peasy Dirty Rice – go on!

I have loads of Slimming World friendly recipes. have a look around the website, simply use the search box. One however I really like and need to point out to you is this one my little Filo Tarts!

Enjoy – get down and dirty with this Dirt Rice! 🙂

Cx

Ingredients

Serves 2

  • 200-250g Basmatti Rice (use dried – those others may have oil on them)
  • Frylight Spray
  • 1 Clove Garlic, peeled & finely chopped
  • Bunch Spring Onions, peeled & chopped in 1cm rounds (pop the tops on one side for garnish)
  • 200g Mushrooms, chopped into cubes
  • 1 Small Yellow Pepper, deseeded & chopped
  • 1 small Red pepper, deseeded & chopped
  • 6 Bacon Medallions, sliced into 1cm strips
  • 120g Frozen Garden Peas
  • 2 Medium Free Range Eggs, beaten
  • Salt and freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • Soy Sauce

Preparation Method

 

  1. Boil rice according to on-pack instructions – drain and rinse in boiling water – removes the starchiness
  2. In a large frying pan fry (using Frylite) the garlic,  spring onions, mushrooms, peppers for 7 minutes until almost soft
  3. Next add the strips of bacon medallions and fry for a further 5 minutes until cooked
  4. Finally add the garden peas and fry for a further 2 minutes
  5. Next add the cooked rice and heat through mixing with all the vegetables
  6. Once the rice mixture is piping hot,  pour in the beaten eggs and stir until cooked
  7. Finally add a dash of soy sauce,  garnish with the spring onion tops and season
  8. Dig in and enjoy – guilt free

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Comments

Susan says:
Sounds very me will be giving this a go . Will pot photos for you Clare ❤️
    Clare x says:
    Oh yes please Susan XXX
Karen SlimmingWorld Crouch says:
Looks gorgeous !! We need to have a good taster in g group asap ???
Karen SlimmingWorld Crouch says:
Looks and Im sure tastes gorgeous !!
Steve Reader says:
I made this last night and it is awesome!!!!!
    Clare x says:
    Great to hear Steve!! Thanks for your comment Cx
Kaisha Carmody says:
Trying to find a recipe with ingredients I already have or can easily get as in a rush(budgeting) and this is perfect for me and the children , will be adding chicken . Thank you :)!
    Clare x says:
    Great to hear Kaisha - hope you enjoy Cx