A curry without all the calories, is that possible… Yeah, it is! Rich, creamy chicken curries are usually forbidden if you’re watching your weight or trying to eat healthily, but I’d hate for you to miss out so; This is my healthier and lighter version of a traditional chicken korma, lightened up using light coconut milk […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love coconut rice it’s so universal; it can be served with a variety of dishes; salads, stir fries or curries and different types of cuisine; Indian, Chinese, Thai and I’m sure there’s much more but I haven’t got time to list them all. Coconut Rice is a very simple but delicious side and almost […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Wanting to liven up plain peanuts… Spicy, salty and smokey, these Spiced Dry Roast Peanuts are infused with salt, onion, turmeric, garlic, olive oil and smoked paprika. Perfect for a healthy snack or as party nibbles. They are easy to make and much healthier than shop bought, plus they contain heart healthy fats, and are a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Wanting a curry that is healthy and filling, this curry is creamy and delicious; which can be served as a low carb meal with salad and without rice or typically with rice. Vivid in colour with chunky chicken, tender onions, sweet bell-peppers, creamy-tomatoey sauce; and aromas of garam masala, turmeric, chilli powder, cumin, coriander, ginger and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Nutty, tender and delicious this rice is great if you are wanting something other than plain basmati rice with your curries then this is for you. Made using brown rice, cardamom, cinnamon, cumin seed, red pepper flakes, black and red pepper, garlic and the signature ingredient of turmeric which gives it that vivid yellow colour.It has a lovely aroma of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love this curry its spicy and tomatoey you’ll love it!! Amy x Tomato and Chickpea Curry with Indian Spiced Rice Servings: 2 – Per serving – Calories 401 – Fat 6 – Protein 40 – Carbs 45 – Sugar 9 Ingredients: For the curry: 200g chicken breast diced 40g yellow bell pepper chopped 50g or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you like indian food and are sick of curry sauces this is a great way to get the flavour of curry without actually having a ‘curry sauce’. Its super tasty and great for barbecuing. Have fun and enjoy! Amy Indian Spiced Chicken Skewers Servings: 2 – Per serving – Calories 285 – Fat 10 – Protein […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
If you like chicken tikka… like me, then this is a great alternative to a curry… especially in the summer. Chicken Tikka Salad Servings: 2 – Per serving – Calories 258 – Fat 9 – Protein 27 – Carbs 17 – Sugar 14 Ingredients: 80g Cooked Chicken tikka chicken breast or 100g raw with 1 tsp […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love coconut and curry so heres a combination of both. I love it… and I hope you do too. Amy x Coconut Chicken Curry with Coconut Rice Servings: 2 – Per serving – Calories 351 – Fat 5 – Protein 37 – Carbs 38 – Sugars 7 Ingredients: For the curry: 200g diced chicken breast 40g carrots 60g sweet […]Continue Reading... No Comments.