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Weight Loss: Slimming World Keema Curry Recipe

by S1m
Slimming World Recipe

This guest post Slimming World Recipe is brought to you by the simply fabulous Emma at Not Such A Yummy Mummy – a member of the Bury Blogger Massive! Emma is partaking in the Slimming World diet and has done so so well, I am so proud of her. She is a true inspiration and her story is proof you can lose weight whilst still enjoying delights such as curry! 

Slimming World Keema Curry Recipe (below)

Hi! I’m Emma from Not such a yummy mummy & Sim is kindly letting me post here today.

Sim isn’t the only one who’s been on a health kick recently. Since having my second son, Finn 6 months ago I’ve been on a mission to lose the baby weight. Plus the other 5 stone that seems to have gathered on me in the last 15 years. *sigh*

I’m doing Slimming World and so far I’m 22lbs down. Including what I lost before starting SW, I’m now 3.5 stone down since Finn was born. Boom! I’ve got another 4 stone to lose but for the first time in ages I feel it’s achievable.

Now Sim has been a little naughty lately (more so than usual 😉 ). In her own words she’s can’t remember the last time she had a proper sit down main meal. Tut tut Simone! I’m trying to inspire her to get her pans out and cook up a lovely big curry which will taste great but will also help her keep losing weight and looking fabulous!

If you follow Slimming World you’ll understand what I mean when I say this is free on Extra Easy. For anyone not down with the SW kids, it means you can eat of much of this as you like & not feel guilty. It’s basically a very low fat Slimming World Keema curry but you’d never know it from the taste! Even better, it’s cheap and so quick to make. You’re talking 20 minutes from heating up that pan to serving. My kind of food!

Slimming World Keema Curry – with chana and boiled Rice Recipe

Ingredients:

Low fat cooking spray (I like Fry Light)

500g very lean minced beef

1 onion, finely diced (or if you are lazy busy like me a good handful of frozen diced onion)

2 cloves garlic (I like mine garlicky)

1 beef stock cube

2 tbsps tikka curry powder (you can increase this if you like it spicy or add some chilli powder which is what I did)

1 tin/carton chopped tomatoes

1 tin chickpeas

Water (half fill one of the empty tins)

Couple of handfuls of frozen peas or petit pois

Couple of handful of sweetcorn

Salt & pepper to taste

Coriander for sprinkling (I don’t add this as I think it is the Devil’s weed. Bleugh.)

Fat free natural yoghurt

Method:

  1. Spray a non stick frying pan with the oil and brown the onions, garlic and mince together.

Slimming World Curry 1       2. Add the tikka curry powder (and chilli powder if using) and cook out for a couple of minutes

3. Add the chickpeas and tomatoes. Half fill a tin with hot water, dissolve the stock cube in it and add.

Slimming World Curry 2        4. Simmer for approx. 15 minutes – this is the time to pop your rice on to boil.

5. Just before your rice is ready throw in the peas and corn. By now the liquid should have reduced by a good half so it’s more                  sticky than runny. If you like a lot of sauce then add some boiling water until you’re happy with the consistency

6. Taste and season as you wish.

7. When serving scatter with the coriander (if you’re that way inclined) and dollop on some ft free natural yoghurt. Trust me,                   this makes it exceptional.

8. Enjoy your lovely, quick, super easy curry!

I’ll leave you with a few pictures to tempt you. Even with my (very) amateur photography, you have to admit it looks great! Hope you get the chance to make this super yummy Slimming World Keema Curry – let us know what you think!

Slimming World Curry 5

Thanks for having me Sim. Mwah!

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21 comments

Emma February 8, 2014 - 2:00 pm

Something lighter and delicious too? I am definitely making this! 🙂

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S1m February 8, 2014 - 2:11 pm

Yey!! It looks absolutely delicious – Emma is a fantastic cook, glad she shared this with me. Let me know how you get on!! 🙂 x

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Jenny @ The Brick Castle February 8, 2014 - 6:21 pm

That looks great, I love a good curry – and we all think coriander is the devil’s weed too! Apparently it’s got a genetic route, so it’s likely your children might not be able to stand it either 🙂

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Cakesphotoslife (Angie) February 9, 2014 - 10:38 am

That looks amazing, I need many of these recipes to help me lose weight and the amount you have lost well *stands up and gives a round of applause* well done x

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S1m February 10, 2014 - 11:58 am

Thanks lovely – very unconventional way to lose weight and I certainly would not recommend it. The curry though, does look bloody lovely!! 🙂 x

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Emma February 9, 2014 - 12:01 pm

Ooooh, that looks delicious!

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S1m February 10, 2014 - 11:57 am

It does, definitely worth a try!

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Jo February 9, 2014 - 12:21 pm

Yum, that looks delicious, can’t beat a chick pea curry.

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S1m February 10, 2014 - 10:52 am

I’ve only recently got into enjoy chick pea’s so will definitely be giving it a go! 🙂

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Susana February 10, 2014 - 9:17 am

I’m always looking for new curry recipes, thanks for this one! x

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S1m February 10, 2014 - 10:50 am

Not a problem – the lovely Emma is a great cook so I have every faith it is super yummy!x

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Cass@frugalfamily February 10, 2014 - 5:41 pm

Mmmm this looks delicious x x

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S1m February 11, 2014 - 9:35 am

It does, I expect the images do not do it justice!!!

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Mark February 10, 2014 - 8:29 pm

It looks very delicious. I am looking for new recipes and I would love to try. Thanks for this one.

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S1m February 11, 2014 - 9:34 am

Hope you do try it, it’s definitely on my list!!

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Otilia February 10, 2014 - 8:30 pm

The road to a slimmer life is definitely better with delicious food.

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S1m February 11, 2014 - 9:34 am

Never a truer word said!! 🙂 x

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amanda February 13, 2014 - 10:58 pm

Oh can you tweek this for a veggie version I wonder…will give it a go.

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buryfamilylife February 15, 2014 - 10:41 am

Oh that looks fab. I might have to give this a try myself 🙂

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christymilby February 21, 2014 - 3:01 pm

It does look great! I’m itching to buy the ingredients and make several servings of this recipe.

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Ash May 25, 2014 - 8:50 pm

Hey Sim
This is a very tempting recipe for sure.
I love a good curry and a good friend of mine always whips them up from scratch, but I usually start from paste. Especially Thai curries, which I love cooking.
Maybe I will be finally tempted to do one of my own
Great stuff
Ash

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