CREATIVE COOKING & RECIPES

MAKE A LAMB KEEMA FROM OUR BHUNA CURRY KIT



Take a look at our Blog, to see how easy it is


Take one of our Bhuna Curry Kits and some minced lamb, peas, stock and tomato puree


See how easy it is by visiting Curry with Love's Blog



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HEALTHY EATING TIPS



If you are following a healthily lifestyle, you don't have to go without your curry fix, as our Curry Kits are suitable for the health conscious eaters


Here in the Curry with Love hub, we pride ourselves on creating a range of authentic Curry Kits that are healthy, yet do not compromise on taste


Our top tips on creating a healthy curry are to choose the tomato based Curry Kits to start


Use a healthy oil (such as coconut), or ditch the oil altogether and mix spice pack 1 (ground spices) with a little water to create a paste


Choose only lean cuts of meat, or alternatively stick to fish / prawns or vegetables


Watch your portion size...Don't overeat!



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CUT BACK ON THE CARBS



We all know that rice goes well with curry, but if you're cutting back on the carbs this year, don't despair


A great alternative is to use cauliflower...seriously!


Take a head of cauliflower (trimmed of it's leaves) grate it just like you would a block of cheese


Lightly oil a frying pan and over a low-med heat, fry the cauliflower rice to heat. Don't overcook it, it should still have a bite


You can always make Pilau 'Cauliflower' Rice by using one of our kits Pilau Rice



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We do have an awful lot of Customers that are following a Slimming World Diet (or similar)


These kits are totally adaptable to fit in with your healthy eating plan


Use either your spray oil or water to cook off your spices. Remember to keep the heat low so they don't burn


Our large range of tomato based curries can be made virtually SYN FREE


Just choose your meat / fish / veg additions carefully


If you do prefer coconut based curries, then use the low fat options available. I hear that the coconut yogurt works ok too


If you see that either salt or sugar has been used in any of our kits, it's never more than 1/4 teaspoon


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VEGETARIAN CURRY IDEAS



We constantly get asked what veggies to use in our Curry Kits, so here are a few ideas...


Sweet Potato, Green Bean and Spinach Curry with Love


Aubergine and Chickpea Jalfrezi


Cauliflower, Carrot and White Cabbage Balti


Potato, Pea and Aubergine Madras


Cauliflower, Pineapple and Chickpea Coconut Prawn Curry (minus the prawns!)


Butternut Squash, Potato and Pea Goan Curry



Paneer also makes a fantastic alternative to veg or meat. It so easy to use and now readily available from supermarkets. We also stock it in our shop.


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MAKE A BEAUTIFUL MEAL FOR TWO FROM OUR SIDE DISH OF LENTILS WITH GARLIC AND CHILLI



Take 1 packet of our Lentils side dish and cook as per instructions


Serve with baked monkfish tails, slices of preserved lemons and yoghurt mixed with mint


You can substitute the monkfish for chicken, prawns or extra veg, such as spinach and aubergines



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MAKE A LAKSA FROM OUR CURRY WITH LOVE CURRY KIT



Take a look at our Blog, to see how to make a fantastically fragrant Laksa


Take one of our Curry with Love Curry Kits and a handful of store cupboard ingredients


See how easy it is by visiting Curry with Love's Blog



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