1. Lamb and Red Pepper Curry
For a quick, simple healthy curry, try Mum’s Masala. The curry sauce is low in saturated fats, and is made from all natural ingredients. It also comes in a range of spices so pick your spice and enjoy with lamb. Here’s the recipe.
2. Curried Quinoa
Giving you the spicy Indian flavour without the bad bits. The gluten free quinoa is rich in protein and the added broccoli is high in vitamin A and K. It’s curry for clean eaters. Here’s how to make it.
3. Basil Chicken Curry
Comforting, simple, tasty and good for you. Give the rice a miss and eat with salad for a healthier kick. Here’s how to make it.
4. Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry
The soft texture of the sweet potato and the nutty chickpeas really make this curry. It’s tasty and full of goodness. Check out the recipe.
5. Potato and Yellow Split Pea Curry
Packed with fibre this curry is not just good for the digestive system, it’s also great for the waistline. Yellow split peas are high in folic acid, a good source of zinc and are also low in fat. This curry can do no wrong. Here’s the recipe.
6. One Pot Prawn Dhansak
This low carb prawn curry is filled with colour and flavour. It tastes as good as it looks. Make a big batch and it will see you through a couple of days. Here’s the recipe.
7. Mushroom Masala
Meat free, gluten free, suitable for vegans and sugar free? There’s no doubt that this curry is good for you. Here’s how to make it.
8. Creamy Curried Kale and Chickpeas
This might not be the most authentic curry, I mean kale in an Indian, really? But it is still full of Indian flavour and is good for you. The recipe is free of butter, and oils, so you can enjoy guilt free.
9. Light Chicken Korma
An healthy twist on an Indian classic. Replacing the cream for 0% fat Greek yogurt is a great way to give a curry a healthy twist. Check out the recipe.
10. Salmon and Spinach Curry
Light and simple this salmon and spinach curry makes for a perfect healthy mid week dinner. Here’s how to make it.
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This article was written by Tolani Shoneye. Tweet her @tolly_t