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Budget Friendly Healthy Curry

Family friendly and budget friendly healthy curry
Healthy Curry

As always, I can't thank you enough for coming here to get the full recipe. Last year I took a big risk in building the FLF studio and I'm humbled and completely buzzing that so many people are enjoying the recipes and the videos. So again, thank you. If you haven't already, please head over to Instagram and give Fat Loss Feast a follow, that would be greatly appreciated. So, recipe time!! Healthy Curry Serves 4 Calories - 400 0 Syns and Low WW points although can't find the exact points for it. Avoid the Poppadom if you want to keep it syn free. Ingredients - 350g of left over roast chicken. If you have none left over, roast a large chicken, take 350g out for this recipe and use the rest for tasty and healthy salads over the week. This makes it super budget friendly as it does for a lot of portions

- 1 normal tin and 1 small tin of chopped tomatoes - 500g of peeled and chopped potatoes

- 150ml of Chicken Stock

- 3 tsp of Tomato Puree - 1 Onion, finely chopped - 1 Red Pepper, chopped in small chunks

- 2/3 cloves of Garlic, finely chopped

- A thumbnail size of ginger, finely chopped

- 2 tsp of mild Curry Powder

- 1 tsp of chilli flakes (optional if you want to go spicy)

- Small handful of chopped Coriander - 2 tbsp of low fat Greek Yoghurt

- 1/2 Poppadoms crushed on the top, syn if following SW

- Salt and Pepper Method - Boil the Potatoes for 8/10 minutes until soft.

- In a pan on medium heat with a little low calorie spray, gently cook down the onion and the pepper for around 6/8 minutes.

- Add the Garlic for a minute and then the ginger for another minute.

- Add the Curry Powder and gently cook for a minute and then the tomato puree and cook down for 2 minutes.

- Pour in the Chicken Stock, mix well and let simmer for a further 3/4 minutes. - Throw in the potatoes and the chicken and stir to coat both. Season with Salt and Pepper. - Add the tinned tomatoes and the coriander and stir well.

- Now let it simmer gently for 10/15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

- Take off the heat and mix in the yoghurt. - Crush Poppadoms on the top of the curry and serve. This is a thick curry and by adding the potato, you can just have a bowl of it by itself or serve with rice. Enjoy and as always, let me know if you give this a try. Let's do this! Joe Sexton Fat Loss Feast

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