Low Fat Indian Curries
By WLR Staff, Julie Howard
Many of the ingredients used in Indian cooking are known to be beneficial to health. But the traditional UK-style takeaway can also be very high in fat and calories.
Our Indian Feast provides 5 low fat recipes proving curry doesn't have to be dripping with fat to be delicious and filling.
A quick and simple chicken curry, low in fat but high in taste. This medium curry goes great with the Spinach Pilau and a dollop of mango chutney.
Another quick and easy Indian recipe, but you do need to allow for marinating time. Well worth it as the meat will be tender and bursting with flavour when it’s done. Serve as a starter (would make six portions) with the Cucumber and Mint Raita, or have as a very satisfying main course with the Indian Vegetable Curry.
Hard to believe a generous portion of this curry recipe is low in fat and calories. It has a warm, rich flavour and is very filling! Each serving provides 2.2 portions of your 5-a-day fruit and veg.
A great dish for both flavour and texture, freezes well and spinach is soooo good for you. This dish also contains 1.2 portions of the recommended 5-a-day fruit and veg per serving.
A great little side dish that works well with virtually all Indian Dishes, balancing the heat with something a little cooler. Also makes a good, low fat, party dip.
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