Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry | Slimming World

We often get asked over on our Facebook group what people can make with the Mayflower Chinese Curry Sauce, so we came up with this Slimming World Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry in the slow cooker!

Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry | Slimming World

This Slimming World Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry recipe is ridiculously easy. Seriously – it’s 4 steps long & that’s it. What’s more is that you just pop it all in the slow cooker.

Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry | Slimming World

You can use what ever meat you like, we used diced chicken thighs from Our Protein Food Shop Deals, as thighs are cheaper than fillets!

You could use pork, chicken, beef, or even leave the meat out and just add lots and lots of speed food.

Talking of speed foods – we used mushrooms, frozen peppers, baby corn and onions. Feel free to omit/add more or less of any of these.

Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry | Slimming World

Serve on a bed of rice, or perhaps over some chips or wedges or even Syn Free Salt & Pepper Chips?

Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry

I love my Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry with half chips, half rice and a load of stir fried veg on the side!

How many Syns are in this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry?

Mayflower Curry Sauce Mix comes in a 255g pack, which makes up 9 portions. This means that one portion is roughly 28.3 of the curry mix.

The Mayflower Curry Sauce Mix is on the Slimming World app at 4 Syns per portion (28.3g). We have used 85g of Mayflower Curry Sauce Mix In this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry recipe, which is equal to 3 portions (according to the pack instructions and the SW app).

At 4 Syns per portion the whole recipe works out at 12 Syns. As there is plenty to bulk out this curry (the chicken and veg etc) there will be plenty to feed 4 people, which means that the Syns work out at 3 Syns per portion of Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry.

What do I need to make this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry?

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Not much really! Just the ingredients & a slow cooker.

The curry sauce is by a brand called Mayflower, and it’s very, very popular amongst Slimming World members!

They do a medium, or hot curry power mix and you can get it from Home Bargains, B&M or over on Amazon.

We use our Instant Pot as a slow cooker – it’s fab! Has a digital timer, keep warm function & is also a pressure cooker. It means we can cook a whole chicken in it in just 20 minutes 😱 Yes, really!

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As we mentioned previously, we got the chicken thighs for this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry recipe from Protein Food Shop. So cheap, amazing quality and so cheap!

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How do I make this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry?

This Slimming World Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry has to be one of the easiest dishes to prepare…. ever!

The Full recipe is at the bottom of this page. 

Step 1

First, mix the 85g of Mayflower Curry mix with the 340ml of water and set aside.

 

Step 2

Place the onions, peppers, baby corn, mushrooms, peas and diced chicken in the slow cooker.

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Step 3

Crumble the stock cube over the top, then pour in the Mayflower Curry mix.

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Step 4

Stir well, then set to slow cook on normal/medium for 4 hours.

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Step 5

If the curry seems a little runny remove the lid and cook for another 30 minutes to reduce

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Add more more frozen peas if you like, and just let them heat through for a couple of minutes before serving.

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Want to see how easy this Low Syn Chinese Chicken Curry is to make? Watch this video

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215kcal 4

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. First, mix the 85g of Mayflower Curry mix with the 350ml of water and set aside
  2. Place the onions, peppers, baby corn, mushrooms, peas and diced chicken in the slow cooker
  3. Crumble the stock cube over the top, then pour in the Mayflower Curry mix
  4. Stir well, then set to slow cook on normal/medium for 4 hours
  5. If the curry seems a little runny remove the lid and cook for another 30 minutes to reduce

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13 Comments
    1. Hi Viv
      Yes, they are super easy to use, you really should get one!! We use ours all the time, especially during the Autumn/Winter months

  1. If you don’t have a slow cooker and you just want to put all your ingredients in a pot is this possible and if so how long would it take to cook. Thanks in advance

    1. Hi Fiona
      Yes, you could make this in a pan, or a pot in the oven. It will probably take an hour or so on a low heat (just simmering)

  2. Would it be a problem to do this all day on low – I leave for work at 8:30 and don’t get back til at least 5:30 – would be nice to have it ready to come home to…

    1. Hi Lisa
      It should be fine leaving it all day, but you may need to remove the lid and turn it up to let it thicken up a bit

    1. Hi Holly
      Surprisingly, many vegetables can take almost as long as meat to cook in a slow cooker. It really would be a case of experimenting, depending on whether you like your vegetables to be al dente (quite crisp) or softer. Perhaps you could let us know how you get on. 🙂

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