I’m a bit picky when it comes to Indian curries. There’s only two curries that I really like; Balti and Butter Chicken. Here’s our version of a Syn free Chicken Balti Curry.
For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍
A jar of Balti curry sauce will set you back 22 syns. Balti curry from the takeaway will set you back 18 syns a portion. That’s a CRAZY amount of Syns! Why would you waste them when you can make this for no Syns at all?
There’s 2 aspects to this Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry ; making the Balti curry paste, and making the curry. The paste needs a food processor/stick blender/blender to make (see below) & there will be some left to put in the fridge.
You could use the paste to marinade some chicken that you could cook and leave in the fridge to munch on. It’ll keep for about 2 weeks in a jar – just make sure to sterilise the jar first.
We had this Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry as part of a Slimming World Indian feast. We had 1.5 Syn Samosas, Syn Free Pakoras, Syn Free Indian Bubble & Squeak & some steamed spiced vegetables.
This made for the PERFECT Saturday night Fakeaway!
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What do I need to make this Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry?
You really need a food processor/stick blender/blender to make the paste. It’s pretty essential! If you haven’t already got one, you should get one. They’re fab for making our Syn free Caramelised Red Onion Hummus, amongst other things!
This mini food chopper is just the right thing to use! Small, compact & will fit in the cupboard along with all of the other gadgets.
The hamper is incredible value for money, working out FAR cheaper than the supermarket.
The chicken breasts are lovely, plump and don’t have that horrid vac-pack smell when you open them up!
We also have a few exclusive hamper deals available, so it’s well worth checking them out.
Next you need some Frylight!
Whenever we need to replace oil in cooking we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free! The Sunflower or Olive Oil flavours are ideal for this Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry recipe.
The Coconut or Sunflower Frylight is perfect for this Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry!
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Syn Free Chicken Balti Curry
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