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10 of the best BBQ essentials
Next time you fire up the barbie, turn to these healthier options for the perfect summer meal.
Maille Wholegrain Mustard
Want flavour? Add mustard. Maille Wholegrain has just 67kJ per 1/2 tablespoon.
– with only 410kJ, 1.6g fat and 0.5g sat fat per 100g, kangaroo is a tasty alternative to beef, lamb or chicken.
MasterFoods Mango Chutney
is a perfect pairing with steak. It contains 121kJ and only 33mg sodium per tablespoon.
Mazzetti Balsamic Vinegar of Medona
– this Italian favourite has only 49kJ per tablespoon. Drizzle over steaks, salads, even sausages!
Fountain 40 per cent lower sugar and 70 per cent lower salt tomato sauce
has only 3g sugar and 52mg sodium per tablespoon.
– cook your veges (particularly asparagus, capsicum and corn) on the barbecue to get a great smoky flavour.
Sanitarium Vegie Delights Thai Sweet Chilli & Lime burgers
are a tasty meat-free option for vegos and non-vegos alike.
Multigrain bread rolls
– with more fibre than white bread, they are a perfect partner for steak, sausages or burgers.
Peppercorn Food Company Extra Lean Beef Sausages
– two of these snags will save you 1100kJ and 21g fat compared to two regular sausages.
Maggi 10 Minute Marinade Satay
– with just 270kJ and 440mg sodium per 40g serve, this is a great accompaniment.
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