Spice up your week.

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I’m all for having an entire week of curries. An all out festival of spice. If you love a bit of curry then maybe you should try my 1 week curry detox. It’s guaranteed to shift some dead weight, most likely down the toilet. It’s actually neither a diet, nor a detox but more seven of my favourite curries so far. Go on!

RECIPES

MONDAY: Lahore Chicken
Get the week off to a fiery start with this Pakistani favourite.

TUESDAY: Lamb Balti
Delicious and intensely satisfying.

WEDNESDAY: Chickpea Curry
After 2 nights on the meat, you’ll need a break with this lovely and easy chickpea curry.

THURSDAY: Lamb Madras & Parippu Dal
Can’t beat a Thursday night in with a lamb Madras curry. One of our all time favourites – especially with a bit of dal on the side.

FRIDAY: Beef Musaman Curry
Make this Thursday night, and have it with another beer when you get back from the pub.

SATURDAY: Burmese Chicken Curry
The all time favourite curry! Don’t leave any.

SUNDAY: Goan Fish & Prawn Curry
After week of splurging on curry end it light with this one. Sunday is a day of rest after all.

Mix up your side dishes with either rice, roti bread and don’t forget to have a bit of raita and or some steamed vegetables, such as french beans, broccoli or even turnip.

To make cucumber raita:

INGREDIENTS:
600ml yoghurt
2 Cucumbers, peeled, de-seeded & grated
1 teaspoon cumin powder
salt to taste
2 tablespoons fresh coriander leaves (chopped)

DIRECTIONS:
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Serve on the side. Add sliced onions and tomatoes to the side.

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