Chickpea, tomato & spinach curry

Chickpea, Tomato & Spinach Curry by Good Food Magazine via bbcgoodfood: Vegan curry with less than 200 calories. I was just wanting a chickpea curry.

Peanut butter chicken

PEANUTTY BUTTER CHICKEN The whole family will love this new, budget chicken dish. Any leftovers freeze well and make a handy lunch

Masala meatball curry

Masala Meatball Curry lamb and mint meatballs to serve with a flavoursome tomato sauce

Sag aloo

Sag Aloo - Nutritious spinach makes the base for this traditional, healthy Indian side dish, combined with potato and spices. Add chickpeas (garbanzo beans) for a heartier meal.

Cheat’s butter chicken curry

Cheat’s butter chicken curry

Cheat’s butter chicken curry This is sure to become a family favourite! You can use whatever curry paste you have to make this, it’s the combo of the butter, almonds and yogurt that work the magic to create the rich, creamy sauce.

Aloo dum is possibly the most common vegetable curry in India. It’s almost like chips with everything here, aloo dum with everything there. It’s either easy to make or hard, depending on what you want to do with it. If I was describing it to somebody I’d just say boil potatoes, fry them with garam masala, add some tomato, chilli, turmeric and salt and it’s done; then, if you like, throw in frozen peas just before the end.  This meal, if served as 8 portions, provides 223kcal, 4g protein, 28g…

Potato and pea curry with tomato and coriander (aloo dum)

Dairy Free Potato and pea curry with tomato and coriander (aloo dum) This dairy free recipe and images used are from BBC Food website and by Rick Stein from Rick Stein’s India.

Mughlai Chicken

Mughlai Chicken

I feel very strongly that you should use the moister brown meat, from the thigh, for this, but if you prefer breast meat, that's your choice.

Easy butter chicken

Fancy a healthy version of your favourite Friday night chicken curry? The chicken can be marinated the day before so you can get ahead on your prep

This low-fat curry is baked in the oven and, while it’s quick to make and only uses a few ingredients, it’s really big on flavour, says Jamie.

Big good riddance to Mondayitis and the start of the working week with these delicious curries.