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Weight Watchers (Ww) Roasted Squash Risotto

This came from the UK version of weight watchers magazine. Its thick and creamy and satisfyingly filling. It works out at 3 points per portion (based on the British system) Adding roasted garlic (if you have any) really enhances this dish and adds to the richness of it.

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directions

  • Place the squash on a tray and spray with the oil. Strip the leaves from the Rosemary and finely chop. Sprinkle over the squash and roast at 200 deg C for 20 minutes.
  • Heat a heavy based pan and spray with oil. saute the onion until soft.
  • add the rice and coat with the onion mix. Add a ladleful of stock and stir until it is absorbed. repeat this process until all the stock is used.
  • Stir the garlic, cheese, vinegar and roasted squash and serve.
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"This came from the UK version of weight watchers magazine. Its thick and creamy and satisfyingly filling. It works out at 3 points per portion (based on the British system) Adding roasted garlic (if you have any) really enhances this dish and adds to the richness of it."
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  1. janejones03
    Absolutely loved this dish. I tend to use more butternut squash than is stated. Not sure where the 3 point value came from as I worked it out as being around 8 smart points. Definately one of my favourite WW meals. Jane
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  2. PinkCherryBlossom
    This came from the UK version of weight watchers magazine. Its thick and creamy and satisfyingly filling. It works out at 3 points per portion (based on the British system) Adding roasted garlic (if you have any) really enhances this dish and adds to the richness of it.
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