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Creamy Curry :) (Super speedy!)

Addibelle

A happy downward spiral
Hey everyone.

I did a search of this but couldn't find it so it may be a new one to some?

Basically I adore curry but I'm not fussed on baked bean/mushy pea curry as it doesn't taste enough like curry.

I tried something though that made THE most delicious and creamy curry ever, nicer than my local takeaway!!

Ingredients:
1 Large Cauliflower (or frozen florets)
Chicken Stock
Curry powder


Method:
Break the cauliflower up into florets and wash thoroughly.
Place in a large pot and put in enough chicken stock to just cover the florets.
Boil for about 15 minutes or until Cauliflower is very soft.
Once softened, blend with a hand blender until totally smooth.
Add curry powder to your liking.


If I read this on here I would totally disregard it but it is HONESTLY amazing. Its so creamy and delicious and in my opinion its better than superspeed curry as its superfree curry!
There is NO taste of cauliflower once you add your spices so it would be great for kids too.

Remember, this is JUST the sauce, you will need to add things to it.

I cooked chicken pieces, onion, peppers, peas, mushrooms and garlic up and added it in and served with rice and it is easily my new favourite slimming world meal!
 
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x-lizbif-x

Full Member
Hey everyone.

I did a search of this but couldn't find it so it may be a new one to some?

Basically I adore curry but I'm not fussed on baked bean/mushy pea curry as it doesn't taste enough like curry.

I tried something though that made THE most delicious and creamy curry ever, nicer than my local takeaway!!

Ingredients:
1 Large Cauliflower (or frozen florets)
Chicken Stock
Curry powder

Method:
Break the cauliflower up into florets and wash thoroughly.
Place in a large pot and put in enough chicken stock to just cover the florets.
Boil for about 15 minutes or until Cauliflower is very soft.
Once softened, blend with a hand blender until totally smooth.
Add curry powder to your liking.

If I read this on here I would totally disregard it but it is HONESTLY amazing. Its so creamy and delicious and in my opinion its better than superspeed curry as its superfree curry!
There is NO taste of cauliflower once you add your spices so it would be great for kids too.

Remember, this is JUST the sauce, you will need to add things to it.

I cooked chicken pieces, onion, peppers, peas, mushrooms and garlic up and added it in and served with rice and it is easily my new favourite slimming world meal!

Sounds Lovely..Will need to give this a try ;)
 

vicky1804

Full Member
I know what im buying in the shopping this weekend
Yum
 

dirtydancing

Gold Member
Hey everyone.

I did a search of this but couldn't find it so it may be a new one to some?

Basically I adore curry but I'm not fussed on baked bean/mushy pea curry as it doesn't taste enough like curry.

I tried something though that made THE most delicious and creamy curry ever, nicer than my local takeaway!!

Ingredients:
1 Large Cauliflower (or frozen florets)
Chicken Stock
Curry powder

Method:
Break the cauliflower up into florets and wash thoroughly.
Place in a large pot and put in enough chicken stock to just cover the florets.
Boil for about 15 minutes or until Cauliflower is very soft.
Once softened, blend with a hand blender until totally smooth.
Add curry powder to your liking.

If I read this on here I would totally disregard it but it is HONESTLY amazing. Its so creamy and delicious and in my opinion its better than superspeed curry as its superfree curry!
There is NO taste of cauliflower once you add your spices so it would be great for kids too.

Remember, this is JUST the sauce, you will need to add things to it.

I cooked chicken pieces, onion, peppers, peas, mushrooms and garlic up and added it in and served with rice and it is easily my new favourite slimming world meal!

just made this to have for dinner tonight. OMG this is so lovely.
 

Addibelle

A happy downward spiral
dirtydancing said:
just made this to have for dinner tonight. OMG this is so lovely.

Yay so glad you liked it.
I adore it.
Hubby wants it every night now!!
 

Addibelle

A happy downward spiral
Do you think I'd be able to cook annd freeze this curry sauce?

Thanks :) x

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Yeah, Ive frozen it into portions and it defrosts perfectly into creamy sauce.
So handy to add superfree to a meal!
Curry chip!
Sorted! haha
 

ejgemmag

Full Member
I just made this for our tea tonight, we cooked and threw peppers onions and mushrooms in it and it was DELICIOUS!!!!!! We served it with some sauteed potato cubes (like sw chips but just done as cubes with mixed herbs on them)

Thank you so much for this recipe

We are going to put prawns in it next time
 

Joannejmorg

Full Member
Addibelle said:
Hey everyone.

I did a search of this but couldn't find it so it may be a new one to some?

Basically I adore curry but I'm not fussed on baked bean/mushy pea curry as it doesn't taste enough like curry.

I tried something though that made THE most delicious and creamy curry ever, nicer than my local takeaway!!

Ingredients:
1 Large Cauliflower (or frozen florets)
Chicken Stock
Curry powder

Method:
Break the cauliflower up into florets and wash thoroughly.
Place in a large pot and put in enough chicken stock to just cover the florets.
Boil for about 15 minutes or until Cauliflower is very soft.
Once softened, blend with a hand blender until totally smooth.
Add curry powder to your liking.

If I read this on here I would totally disregard it but it is HONESTLY amazing. Its so creamy and delicious and in my opinion its better than superspeed curry as its superfree curry!
There is NO taste of cauliflower once you add your spices so it would be great for kids too.

Remember, this is JUST the sauce, you will need to add things to it.

I cooked chicken pieces, onion, peppers, peas, mushrooms and garlic up and added it in and served with rice and it is easily my new favourite slimming world meal!

What curry powder would you recommend ?? Thanks
 

Natccox

Full Member
Well just made it but my is a little watery will the chicken soak it up or shall i put a bit of cornflour in it to thicken x
 

ejgemmag

Full Member
I put loads of extra veggies in after it was done and that bulked it up a bit :)
 

Addibelle

A happy downward spiral
What curry powder would you recommend ?? Thanks

I just used Curry Oxo's as they are so handy. =)

Well just made it but my is a little watery will the chicken soak it up or shall i put a bit of cornflour in it to thicken x

Maybe you covered the cauliflower too much?
I didnt cover mine, just almost! :)

Sorry it didnt turn out right but I hope you liked it anyway xx
 




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