Lemon sole is a great source of protein on the SW plan and makes an excellent weeknight dinner served with some speed food veg.
In the Aldi lightly dusted lemon sole with garlic and herb they will set you back 9.5 syns or you can get plain ones that are syn free.
To help you decide on which lemon sole to buy, other low syn fish options and be inspired with a syn free fish and chips recipe, we've put all the information in our short guide below.
Lemon sole is indeed syn free, as is all fish on the slimming world diet as it is a lean source of protein. The syns start to come into play when you are buying lemon sole fish which is in a sauce, seasoned or breaded. This is where the Aldi light dusted lemon sole gets the syns from.
If you want to make sure your fish stays syn free then should make sure you get a plain type without any extras.
If you are finding the same old fish a little boring, then why not try some of these syn free/low syn alternatives below for a weeknight meal?
Fish and chips is a favourite for many of us, but the takeaway version is packed full of syns thanks to the oil and breading of the cod, luckily, however, you can make your own low syn slimming world fish and chips at home!
We've listed the details below.
Overall, the lemon sole is syn free on the slimming world plan but the lightly dusted lemon sole from Aldi has additions so comes in at around 9.5 syns. It's always best to go for plain fish if you want to avoid unnecessary syns and make your sauce, or try our low syn fish and chips recipe above!