Syn free curry loaf

Discussion in 'SW Sizzling Summer Recipes' started by AwaywitheFairies, 13 May 2011.

  1. AwaywitheFairies

    AwaywitheFairies Well-Known Member

    This is a new recipe from my group, just made it and it is yummy! Thought I'd share

    3 eggs- free
    1 packet Batchelors mild curry rice - free
    1 tin of Asda chick pea Dahl - free

    Cook rice as per instructions on packet, beat eggs, mix everything together and put in a loaf tin.

    Cook for 25-30 minutes at 160-180 deg, et voila! Yummy syn free curry loaf - enjoy.
    eye6769 and StripedDaisy like this.
  2. wenjenn66

    wenjenn66 Well-Known Member

    Thanx for sharing this recipe, gunna give it a go
  3. tech1960ps

    tech1960ps Well-Known Member

    Sounds good and i love curry.:D
  4. louisedan

    louisedan Well-Known Member

    have you tried it cold-with salad for lunch maybe?
  5. Dawnyo

    Dawnyo Well-Known Member

    oh wow, lovely will give it a go!!!!
  6. gwennypenny

    gwennypenny Well-Known Member

    It's lovely hot and cold :D
  7. teen

    teen post op loser

    Just got one in the oven :eek:) smells delish
  8. Blue Bunny

    Blue Bunny Well-Known Member

    I made one last week and it was so lovely I could have eaten the whole thing! Had it with jacket potato and beans while it was hot, then cold with salad the next day. Gorgeous!!
  9. VeggieKat

    VeggieKat Well-Known Member

    This sounds fab, will definitely have to give it a go!
  10. Sassia

    Sassia Well-Known Member

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I made it for dinner last night and am taking the leftovers to work for lunch.

    Even non veggie, not dieting husband loved it so that is a real seal of approval.
  11. dirtydancing

    dirtydancing Well-Known Member

    wow what a great idea, love curry aswell. have all the ingredients in the house so will make some for dinner.
  12. Belfastbabybear

    Belfastbabybear 2B Fab@Forty

    Think I'll make this for Taster this week. Thanks for sharing.
  13. kerryathome

    kerryathome Well-Known Member

    I made this last night and have brought it for lunch with salad and baked pot with a butter bud, yum yum x
  14. maddison2009

    maddison2009 Well-Known Member

    can anyone help? Can i use a tin of chick peas?
  15. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    Just cook the chickpeas with some water curry powder and onion and garlic , maybe put in a stock cube for seasoning. Then just use it as per recipe, this is how I do mine, you can swop the chickpeas for lentil dhaal as well, very very nice.
  16. 2manycupcakes

    2manycupcakes Well-Known Member

    Sounds great, thanks for sharing...
  17. Well-Known Member

    Like the sound of this...a trip to Asda is on the cards me thinks!!
  18. Jack_D

    Jack_D Well-Known Member

    Just waiting for this to cool a little, the smell is lovely
  19. metrognome

    metrognome is getting better at it

    can you make this without the lentil dahl, as i dont have any or what else could i use instead, red lentils maybe?
  20. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    You could use any beans , just make 'curry' out of them, just add onion curry powder water stock cube then use as per recipe.If they are big beans I would mash them up a bit.

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