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helsi Wed 23-Mar-05 19:02:21

I want to make a curry on Saturday night and dh wants lamb. I have bought the lamb but have no idea how to proceed with the curry sauce etc so that I can eat it on the SW plan. I am one of these people who loves carbs and so always wants rice or pasta with my curry. If I was to have a green day could I use the lamb as a healthy extra B choice if I weigh it? Also how could I make the curry sauce?

DelGirl Wed 23-Mar-05 19:24:35

could you make a jalfresi type curry, think that's sort of tomato and onion based isn't it? I think I put a recipe down on another thread for jalfresi, i'll have a look

DelGirl Wed 23-Mar-05 19:27:46

Here - don't see why you couldn't substitute for lamb - sorry about typo's. I would think that the whole lot prob doesn't come to more than 5 syns if you count the oil as an extra.

Chicken Jalfrezi. (not tried it so can't comment on it) from sharwoods recipe book:

2 x 15 sp vegetable ghee or oil
2 large onions - sliced
1 x 15ml sp cummin seeds
1 x 15 sp ginger - chopped
2 cloves garlic - crushed
1lb boneless chicken - cut into bite size pieces
3 x 15ml sp sharwoods hot curry paste
2 x 15ml sp sharwoods tomato puree
1 red pepper sliced
1 green pepper sliced
salt to tate

Heat ghee or oil in large frying pan or wook. Fry the onions and cummin seeds until golden. Add ginger and garlic and cook for 5 minutes. Add chicken and fry for 15 minutes. Stir in curry paste tomato puree and peppers. Fry for 5 minutes. Cover and cook on low heat for 5 minuites. Add salt to taste and garnish with chopped coriander and lemon juice.

DelGirl Wed 23-Mar-05 19:29:19

and yes, you could count the lamb as a b choice as well

helsi Wed 23-Mar-05 19:33:33

thanks - will look at this and see if I can reduce the sins...can use fry light instead of oil, and passata instead of tomato puree...

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