1. Tinkerbelle888

    Tinkerbelle888 Full Member

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    Is there anything you can eat at an Indian resturant that isn't really full of fat?
    We are going out to dinner with friends tomorrow night and I don't know what to choose :(
     
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  3. Jem292

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    When I have an indian I have sagg aloo with a bit of rice and half a naan bread which always fills me up. I've also had half a tandoori chicken with plain rice and half a naan bread. I love chicken korma but just can't do it to myself anymore, would rather buy a low fat chicken korma ready meal the night before to kerb my craving, it's no where near as nice but it stops me having probably 50+ points when I go out :)
     
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    rowanx2 Losing the baby fat

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    Avoid anythinng saucy, like Kormas. Even a supermarket basic frozen korma eal is nearly 700 calories, so god knows how many in a take out.
     
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    Tandoori dishes are good (they tend to be dry - no sauce). If you want something with a sauce, it's better to go for a tomato-based one rather than cream although they can have oil in them so be careful. I like a Chicken Bhuna :) A few poppadums are better than Naan bread and of course, rice should be fine. Everything in moderation though. Maybe you could have a little of what you like and share with a friend? xx
     
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