If you fancy making some healthy Korean noodles, you might be curious as to how many syns Kimchi noodles have on the SW plan, or are they syn free?
Kimchi noodles are syn free on the slimming world plan as long as they are plain, however, you can expect pre-made noodle packs with flavouring and ingredients to have anything between 15-25 syns.
Down below, we've put together a short syn guide, taking you through why Kimchi noodles are syn-free, some syn values of popular Kimchi noodle packs and low syn alternatives for an easy meal.
Kimchi noodles are a Korean type of noodle made of rice, which means they are syn free on the slimming world plan, mostly used in dishes like ramen or healthy stir-fries.
Most noodles are syn-free on the SW plan as long as they have no added ingredients, making them a great carb base for meals if you fancy a more Asian cuisine for dinner.
We would have caution when it comes to packet noodles at supermarkets, these contain lots of added flavouring and ingredients which increase their syn content, a good example of these are super noodles.
As we mentioned above, lots of noodles and pasta are syn free on the slimming world plan, however, packet noodles often have syns.
To help you out, we've listed some various syn values below.
If you find Kimchi noodle packs to be too high in syns, there are lots of other easy-to-make packs on the markets with lower syn values.
We've listed a few below to help you compare.
If you've got some Kimchi noodles lying around in the cupboard and don't know how to use them in a slimming world friendly recipe, we've got a great syn friendly ramen recipe for you to try at home below.
Overall, Kimchi noodles are syn free on the slimming world plan as long as they plain, kimchi noodles in supermarket packs with flavourings however do have syns, and are very high syns, with some packs having up to 20 syns a serving!
If you are interested in learning about the syns in other noodle packs, we have a great syn guide to Asian inspired noodles here.