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How can I thicken my curry?

Discussion in 'Slimming World Off Topic' started by Wilkin87, 30 December 2010 Social URL.

  1. Wilkin87

    Wilkin87 Full Member

    Help!!! I have no cornflour and my curry doesn't seem to be thickening. What else can I add?

    Cheers :p
     
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  3. kim63

    kim63 Gold Member

    What sort of curry is it? My DH is a chef so can help.....but I would say either reduce the sauce, use ordinary flour & count the syns or use some tomato puree. Hope this helps

    kim
     
  4. Wilkin87

    Wilkin87 Full Member

    Thanks. I added some natural yoghurt and it thickened. It was the Slimming World Classic Curry and it was delicious!!! :clap:
     
  5. MichelinMummy

    MichelinMummy Full Member

    Bit too late now but I always chuck in a load of frozen spinach...thickens it up lovely and adds loads of nutrients too!

    Failing that (and this is controversial I believe!) add some instant potato...works wonders!
     
  6. Tiphareth

    Tiphareth Silver Member

    Finely chopped onions are used quite alot as a thickener for curries.
     
  7. Wilkin87

    Wilkin87 Full Member

    Thanks everyone, I shall remember all of these tips next time I make it. :) x
     
  8. WelshCake

    WelshCake Silver Member

    I use a grated potato simmered slowly
     
  9. fillymum

    fillymum synful soul

    cauliflower too thickens though I always use potato.
     
  10. gl12282

    gl12282 Plodding on.......

    Gravy granules I think also have some thickener in ? But you have to syn them.

    Glad it was good though !

    Gail x
     
  11. ColJack

    ColJack Gold Member

    throw in some rice to absorb the excess liquid?
    you're going to have it on / with rice anyway presumably so a little bit that's already flavoured won't hurt..
     

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