Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

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.

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Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

A jar of Balti sauce will set you back 22 syns. Balti 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?

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

There’s 2 aspects to this Balti; making the Balti 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.

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

We had this Syn Free Chicken Balti 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.

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

This made for the PERFECT Saturday night Fakeaway!

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What do I need to make this Syn Free Chicken Balti?

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 Chicken

For the chicken breasts, I’d urge you to get hold of our Protein Food Shop hampers. They’re packed full of the BEST quality meat we’ve ever come across from an online butcher.

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!

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

We also have a few exclusive hamper deals available, so it’s well worth checking them out.

 

Next you need some Frylight!

Anytime we need to replace oil to cook things in the oven we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free!

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

 

The Coconut or Sunflower Frylight is perfect for this Syn Free Chicken Balti!

Syn Free Chicken Balti | Slimming World

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Syn Free Chicken Balti

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373kcal 3

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
To Make The Balti Paste
  1. Roughly chop the onions, ginger & garlic
  2. Mist a pan with frylight and heat. Fry the onions, ginger & garlic
  3. Continue to fry on a high heat until the onion is golden brown
  4. Add the contents of the pan and the rest of the Balti paste ingredients into a food processor/blender & blend until it becomes a paste
  5. Place in a bowl, allow to cool & put in the fridge (will last for a couple of weeks in the fridge)
To Make The Curry
  1. Dice the chicken and place in a freezer bag/bowl. Add 4 tbsp of the paste, mix well and place in the fridge for an hour or so
  2. Spray a large pan with frylight & heat. Add in the cinnamon stick & chilli flakes and cook for 2 minutes
  3. Spray some more frylight into the pan and add 4 tbsp of the Balti Paste. Cook off for 2 more minutes
  4. Add the chicken stock and tin of tomatoes & stock cube, stir will and bring to the boil
  5. Turn the heat down to medium. Add the chicken and peppers and cook for 15 minutes
  6. After 15 minutes check the seasoning, if you need to add more salt - add it
  7. The chicken should now be booked through, but check it. Add the garam masala & ground coriander. Cook for a further 3 minutes & serve

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23 Comments
  1. This recipe is absolutely gorgeous I actually can’t believe it’s Syn Free! So delicious with a good amount of spice. I’ve already added it to my recipe book. Served the curry with cauliflower rice so SP friendly.

  2. Made this tonight for my sister, niece and husband. It went down a storm! Nothing left! Thanks for sharing this creation. We also enjoyed the 1.5syn samosas to go with it! Am sure will make both again soon!

    1. Hi Karen
      It would probably take 4-5 hours in the slow cooker on med-high. But you must fry off the paste before adding it to the slow cooker. If you don’t it won’t have the right flavours

  3. Hey Kate,

    I class myself as a bit of a curry connoisseur, I made this tonight, and I have to say it is one, if not the best curry I have tasted, I added fresh red chilli just to give it a bit of an extra kick. Anyway 10/10

  4. Amazing curry. Even impressed the boyfriend who loves a good curry but isn’t so big on SW!! Really worth making and not much effort at all. Will be making again!

  5. Made this today and really liked it. I am a total beginner cook so for me this took quite a bit of effort in the planning – you need to give yourself a good two hours the first time you make this for prep, 1 hour in fridge, and then actual cooking. Hope to considerably reduce time next time now i know whats involved. Thought it was very spicy for a balti but enjoyed it nonetheless. One question – can you freeze the paste? Assume not but thought I’d ask! Will definitely be making this again – thanks a million!

  6. This is a fantastic recipe and it tastes so authentic with the added bonus that the Balti Paste is not loaded with oil and preservatives. Today I’ve made it for the third time and I love the fact that next time I make it I will have enough paste without making fresh. I made the paste yesterday which meant our meal was ready much quicker. This will definitely be one of my staple recipes from now on. Thank you very much!!!

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