Although I’m not with the Weigh-less group anymore I still enjoy the product range they have to offer, especially the pork bangers and bacon.
Weigh-less have an excellent eating program that have really taught me that you don’t have to starve to lose weight, which were great news for me because I can eat a horse and floss with his tail!
I used to join lose weight, just to fail miserably during the Holidays and trying again 6 months later after regaining all the weight plus a few more.
I came to realize one day that the problem is not with the diet or the temptations during holidays, it’s really about me not relaying on myself but on someone else to keep me in shape and on track. I could honestly not cope without my group leader for a week!
My husband always asked: “Why do you need to pay someone to tell you to eat right?” and as much as I hated to admit it at that time it was true. At some point I had to make the decision to make my own good choices, to “behave” not because my group leader is going to weigh me next week and I don’t want to disappoint her but because don’t want to disappoint myself.
I guess in the end it all comes back to self love!
1 pack of Weighless herbed pork bangers ( as a substitute use pork or chicken mince +- 400 g)
1 small tomato (deseeded and finely chopped)
1 fresh green chili (finely chopped)
1/2 onion (finely chopped)
Cut the skin of the pork bangers open, remove all of the meat and mix with the rest of the ingredients in a bowl. Season to taste with salt and ground pepper. Roll into 12 small balls and fry in a little olive oil in a pan.
I’ve used Frozen corn kernels that I’ve cooked for a few minutes, strain and set aside. Use the other half of the onion chopped up and fried with strips of sweet pepper and spring onions. Add the corn to the onion mixture and fry for a few minute more. Enjoy with the pork meatballs.
Add a little water to your pan before adding the olive oil and let the meatballs steams a bit. As soon as the water has dried up add your oil and fry. This will “set” the meatball making it easier to fry as it could easily crumble.