National Curry Week: Best Slimming World Curries




The first National Curry Week took place in October 1998 and was founded by the late Peter Grove. His vision was to drive awareness and appreciation of the burgeoning Indian restaurant industry, whilst also raising funds for charity. The UK’s love of curry is stronger than ever, and National Curry Week continues to grow in importance every year.

In 2018 it starts in 22nd October. Here I have collated some of  my favourite curries, and not just Indian ones! This round up includes a Chinese curry, Thai curry, a Japanese curry and 2 traditional Indian feasts.

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Best Slimming World Curries


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Chinese chicken curry

I love this traditional Chinese curry. It came out really well and I cooked mine in the slow cooker. 


This is a traditional Indian feast with chicken curry, beef keema matar, rice, samosas and even onion bhajis! It only costs a few syns for the lot. 

Thai Green Curry slimming world recipes

This Thai Green curry was one of my earliest recipes on this site, and is still one of my faves. 

5 Syn Indian Feast


This feast has some fake naan breads and also some delicious Bombay potatoes!

Chicken Katsu Curry 


This is a Japanese curry, with breaded chicken breast topped with a curry sauce packed with veg. Really delicious and syn free with your HEb.

Chicken Tikka Masala


The Traditional Indian curry, one of my favourites of all time- Chicken Tikka Masala

Notes- 

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