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Friday, 29 August 2014

SMOKED CHICKEN CURRY

Chipotle curry and rice
We loved this smoked CHICKEN CURRY recipe.
We couldn't be bothered to chop the chillies and garlic so we used what we had. It may not be authentic but it tasted great.
The dish was ready in under 30 minutes - and we would happily pay good money for it!
The secret ingredient surprised us - and turned the curry into something very special.
We would estimate this plateful at under 500 calories.
We both agree 'this is about the best curry we have ever made at home'. So forget the takeaway - give this a try.
Get creative in the kitchen, which means - for us at least - thinking outside the box and using what you have available. We just happened to have the following ingredients - and wanted to create a quick and easy curry. The resulting plate of food was unexpectedly and extremely tasty, and one we will be making again.
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We began our weight loss journey in January 2011 - and began this blog in June 2011.
You'll find our first post (about our successful weight loss method here).
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Take a look at our recipe:
CHIPOTLE CURRY SAUCE
Ingredients
Serves at least 4
1 tablespoon curry powder (choose your own heat level)
1 teaspoon Chipotle chilli paste (secret ingredient)
2 onions
oil
1 teaspoon of ginger and garlic paste
1 large can of chopped tomatoes (or chopped fresh, if you have them)
150 mls water
a good squeeze of runny honey (approx a teaspoon - according to taste)
salt & pepper
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Chop onions and fry in a little oil until softened but not brown.

Add curry powder.

Add ginger and garlic paste.

Add Chipotle chilli paste. 

Fry for a couple of minutes.

Add tomatoes.

Bring to the boil, then simmer for 15 minutes.

Blitz with a blender.

Add honey, salt and pepper to taste. 

Now add whatever protein and/or vegetables you wish. We used cooked chicken!

Serve with rice or whatever you wish.
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