Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Slimming World Curry Loaf Recipe...

I've posted a few Slimming World recipes on my blog and they always seem to go down well. My Keema Curry Pie Recipe is my most popular post! It is pretty tasty so if you haven't had a read, please do. By being on Slimming World, I've been introduced to a whole new load of foods and recipes that I never even considered before, like A curry loaf. I had literally no idea what this was and what it would taste like but now it is a new favourite. Chickpeas are literally amazing.
1 tin of Chickpea Dahl (I use Asdas)
1 packet of Golden Rice. I just use Asda Smartprice as its only 25p and it is so nice
3 eggs, beaten
1 tbsp of curry powder. 

1. Pre-heat oven to 200 degree then spray your loaf tin with frylight
2. Cook your rice to packet instructions, for the golden rice I use, all I do is add 425ml to the rice in a pan, bring to the boil then simmer for around 15 minutes
3. In a mixing bowl, add the beaten eggs and the Chickpea Dahl. Give it a good mix then when the rice is cooked, add that to it
4. Pour it all into the prepared loaf tin and cook in the oven for around 25-30 minutes

When it is cooked, I normally transfer to a wire rack and leave to cool. Beware it does break apart quite easily so you really need to be careful with it. This can be eaten by itself or as part of a meal, it's good alternative to naan bread if you are having a curry, I like to make my syn free curry and serve with this and some rice. It's great to snack on too, I can just sit and eat it but as it's syn free it doesn't really matter! George sometimes takes it to work too so overall it's great.

Let me know if you give this recipe a try! I would never have thought to make this before trying Slimming World but it's delicious!

Have you seen my recipe for Slimming World Brownies?

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Unknown said...

Made this today added some chilli flakes its really tasty and filling

Ann said...

Hi just made your curried loaf tastes really nice only one problem when I went to cut it it crumbled to bits not slices what did I do wrong

Tiffany Timms said...

Hi, glad you liked it :) Mine does that too sometimes, I have to leave it to cool for a long time in the tin, something I did once was - make the mix and then put into muffin cases and cook them for the same amount of time, that way you don't need to cut it or anything :) x

Anonymous said...

can you freeze this loaf

Anonymous said...

Yes it freezes well

Anonymous said...

It gets eaten so quickly in our house there is never any left to freeze !

Unknown said...

Is this syn free? X

Tiffany Timms said...

It depends which Chickpea Dahl you use, asdas is now synned, 2 syns per tin, but you can get a syn free one from home bargains I think. As it makes quite a big loaf it would only be minimal syns for each slice even if you used asdas x

Unknown said...

Use 4 eggs they bind it better

Unknown said...

I take this to parties with me.. I make the chickpea Dahl from scratch so I know exactly what is going into it.. I also make a low syn raita to go with it with plain fat free yogurt, mint and lemon juice..

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