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  • Butter chicken recipe

    Gordon Ramsay's butter chicken

    Gordon Ramsay's butter chicken recipe is so easy to make at home and tastes delicious too. This classic Indian dish will take around 50 mins to prepare and cook but is best made in advance so the chicken has plenty of time to marinade in the homemade butter-based curry sauce. This butter chicken recipe is great for sharing with friends and family, especially on a Friday after a busy week so you can catch up over a delicious meal. This butter chicken recipe is also the perfect takeaway alternative, and much healthier too. By making your own butter chicken curry at home, you have more control over what you're eating, especially if you're trying to loose weight. It's much healthier than your average takeaway and you can control how spicy or non-spicy you want it. The chicken is so tender in this recipe and works wonders with the tomato infused sauce. Add some veggies to this dish like spinach to add towards your 5-a-day count. This easy butter chicken recipe was taken from his Channel 4 series Gordon's Great Escape.

    • 4
    (257 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers' chicken curry

    Chicken curry has to be one of our favourite recipes and this Hairy Bikers' easy chicken curry recipe is one that you'll want to make again and again. Bursting full of flavour, this chicken curry is made with a homemade tarka masala sauce made with garlic, root ginger and green chillies. As you’re making this chicken curry recipe from scratch, you can adjust the heat to your taste and make it as hot or as mild as you want it to be. The chicken in this recipe is cooked until tender and succulent so this curry recipe tastes even better. Si and Dave's simple recipe for chicken curry takes only 15 minutes to prepare and 40 minutes to cook, so you can have it on the table in under an hour. This simple chicken curry serves 6 people, so you the whole family can enjoy it and you can still keep leftovers for lunch the next day. Just keep it in an airtight container in the fridge and it will keep for a few days. This easy chicken curry recipe is the perfect takeaway alternative on a Saturday night – making it yourself means you know exactly what you’re eating so you can eat a healthier meal. Serve with naan bread or rice. This curry recipe is taken from Mums Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Family Cookbook.

    • 3
    (455 ratings)
  • Slimming World's chicken and potato curry

    Slimming World's chicken curry recipe is one of our favourite delicious and simple-to-make Slimming World curry recipes! It’s guilt-free too, making it the perfect Saturday night alternative to a takeaway. This Slimming World curry is easy to make, and it's ready to be eaten in less than hour. Curry is one the nation's favourite meals and it's not off the menu if you're counting the calories. Diet club Slimming World have taken the classic dish and made it nice and healthy, and the best part is that it has not lost out on any of the flavour. The main way this Slimming World curry recipe is better for you in terms of calories is that it‘s not made with coconut milk or any other liquids that can add more calories to a curry – it’s simply cooked with water but it still taste absolutely delicious. This Slimming World curry recipe is so tasty, even those not following the diet can enjoy it, so you don’t have to cook two meals if you’re following the Slimming World plan. The potato in the mix means you don't need to serve it with rice and sides. This Slimming World chicken curry serves 4 people and should take approximately 40 minutes to make. If you’re craving curry, make this light and tasty Slimming World chicken curry instead of getting a takeaway – it’s a lot healthier and cheaper. Any leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving this Slimming World curry.

    • 3
    (509 ratings)
  • Slimming world chicken katsu curry

    Slimming World Chicken Katsu Curry

    Slimming World's Chicken Katsu Curry is one of their most popular recipes ever thanks to the deliciously savoury sauce and simple method. Japan’s best-known contribution to the world of curry features irresistible slices of chicken coated in crunchy breadcrumbs and a very moreish mildly curried sauce. This Slimming World Katsu curry is the perfect option for a delicious and easy to make dinner, and the best part is that it will take you less than an hour to make from scratch. You can feed four people with this Slimming World Katsu curry, so it's perfect for a scrumptious homemade family dinner that everyone will love. This tasty dish can be a healthy alternative to takeaway curry, as you can control the amount of salt and all the ingredients you put in the recipe.

    • 4
    (20 ratings)
  • kashmiri chicken

    Kashmiri chicken

    Kashmiri chicken curry is a rich and spicy meal to warm you up on a cold day! Perfect for sharing, this curry is easy to prepare and bursting with a rich tomato flavour. This recipe uses a whole roast chicken, and letting you save half to use in sandwiches or salads, but if you already have leftover roast chicken then this is a great way to use it. Don’t forget the pappadums to scoop up all the sauces of this Kashmiri chicken!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Caribbean chicken curry

    A traditional Caribbean recipe gives an exotic twist to the dinner table - this chicken curry is complete with rice and peas, so you know you’re also getting some of your five a day with this easy chicken curry recipe. This recipe makes enough curry to serve four people so it’s a great meal to make to fill up the whole family – make it today and you’ll not be disappointed.

    • 4
    (108 ratings)
  • Turkey curry

    Turkey curry

    Turkey curry is obviously the perfect way to use up any meat you've got from Christmas day, but this recipe is so good we think it's worth making from scratch, even when you haven't got leftover meat. Because of this we've made sure the recipe works with both cooked and raw turkey. If you're using cooked meat for a leftover turkey curry, simply shred any meat into the sauce and heat through thoroughly. Once you've made this tasty twist on a classic curry recipe you'll want to make it again and again - it's so flavoursome. You can serve your turkey curry with rice as you would any other curry, or treat yourself to some naan bread or poppadoms.

    • 3
    (94 ratings)
  • coconut curry

    Chicken masala coconut curry

    Our coconut curry is a creamy and rich, yet healthy week night dish for the whole family to enjoy. Curry is one of the nation's favourite dishes, and when you make your own it is so much healthier. Adding a creamed coconut instead of cream to this delicious chicken masala curry not only makes it healthier but also adds a rich and nutty flavour to this scrumptious recipe. This coconut curry is a real crowd pleaser and will have everyone coming back for seconds. Why not try this dish with some pilaf rice or a naan bread for an authentic Indian meal.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • beef rogan jish

    Beef rogan josh

    Beef rogan josh is a hearty and delicious Indian stew to warm you through on cold and dark evenings. The exotic and aromatic spices will ensure that this week night dinner is never boring. This beef rogan josh is not only healthy but also filling.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Pork curry

    Pork curry

    Pork curry is a delicious family family thanks to it's great taste and affordable ingredients. Made with lean and quick-to-cook pork fillet (also called tenderloin), this curry can be on the table in less than an hour – perfect for a mid-week family meal. You can choose the curry paste to suit everyone’s taste – if your family love hot curries then pick a Madras or vindaloo but for a less spicy flavour go for a korma or balti paste. Serve the curry with plain boiled rice and warmed naan bread or piled onto warmed chapattis and topped with cucumber raiti. This reciep serves 4 people and takes around 45 mins to prepare and cook.

    • 3
    (64 ratings)
  • aloo gobi

    Aloo gobi

    This mildly spiced vegetable dish is made with potatoes (aloo) and cauliflower (gobi). It’s perfect as an accompaniment to a meat or chicken curry, or simply serve as a tasty vegetarian supper with warm chappatis and plenty of cooling cucumber raita. Choose a firm cauliflower with creamy white flesh and no blemishes and use waxy fleshed potatoes that don’t break up during cooking. We used Charlotte potatoes, but you could also use desiree or estima. You can adjust this curry to be more or less spicy, depending on your taste, by increasing or reducing the amount of chilli.

    • 3
    (1 ratings)
  • Veggie Bangladeshi aubergine and courgette curry

    Bangladeshi aubergine and courgette curry

    The list of ingredients for this Bangladeshi aubergine and courgette curry might look long, but once you've stocked your store cupboard you can make the dish again and again. Full of veggies and packed with plenty of spices, this curry is perfect if you're catering for vegetarian guests or looking for a delicious way to get the family to eat their 5-a-day. Plus, once you've cooked up a big batch, this delicious dish still tastes great the next day. Simply spoon a serving into a dish, pop in the microwave for 3-4 minutes or until piping hot, and then enjoy!

    • 4
    (36 ratings)

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