• Katie Chaplin

Tandoori Chicken Curry

Curry on a diet?

Believe it or not this is entirely possible ( and doesn’t taste like a ‘diet’ curry – you know the ones, those microwaveable ones that taste like crap and are about a quarter of the size of a normal one

I started using The Spice Tailor recently after seeing them as Taste Of London in June, and I am already a huge fan and had to share a recipe.

The sell a sauce “kit” which include a sauce, packet of spices and chutni- its super easy to use and tastes INCREDIBLE

I am very short on time at the moment, so the fact there is minimal prep, and is so low maintenance massively appeals to me.

Below is a recipe of theirs I have been using

Serves 3


· 400g Chicken breast

· 1 packed The Spice Tailor Tandoori Fast Paste

· 125g microwaveable rice

· 1 tsp vegetable oil

· 1 small red onion , chopped

· 2 Peppers, finely chopped

· 70 ml chicken stock ( prepared as per the instructions on the stoc packet)

· ½ packet of the Spice Blend ( provided)

Preheat the oven to 200c

Cover the chicken in the Fast Paste- they say to leave it to marinade for as long as possible, but I was short on time , and probably left it for a maximum of 10 mins and it tasted great)

Oil the baking tray and roast the chicken for 10 minutes ( ensure this is cooked through)

Remove from oven, put the chicken pieces on a plate and sprinkle with a good pinch of the Spice Blend

Add the stock and “swill” round the baking tray, sraping any marinade off the tray at the same time

Heat the oil in a large frying pan and fry the onion for a few minutes, then add the pepper. Fry until the onion is softened and the peppers are cooked with still a bit of crunch. Add the rice, stock/juices from the the tray and chicken

Turn down to a simmer , stir and cook until everything is heated through (about 3 minutes)

Sprinkle over about ½ tsp of the Spice Blend provided



Calories 432

Protein 39g

Carbs 29g

Fat 18g


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