|A Simple Curry|
|Written by Staff Reporter|
|Thursday, 02 September 2010|
I’ve had some great pieces of news over the last few weeks. I’ll be joining the Green Shoots programme in September, an Enterprise Board sponsored programme that will give me the support I need to develop up a range of health focused snacks and foods. These products will enable me to give healthy options to people who are struggling to eat healthily in their busy lives.
In addition, I’ll be moving my clinic to the brand new Elmwood medical centre in Frankfield, a very exciting move. I’ll be working closely with a range of GPs and other healthcare professionals to assist people to make positive changes in their diets and health.
There is nothing like a simple homemade curry, filled with spices to help aid digestion. When you make it yourself at home you can choose what you put in and also how hot or spicy you want it. I often try to find a good curry in a jar but I am always disappointed. There is often much more oil, usually vegetable oil, than there should be and quite a lot of salt. The vegetable oil found in these sauces has been linked to heart disease, as they are usually poorly processed and often rancid.
Try this simple recipe below with anything you want. You could use 4 whole chicken breasts or 600g of leaner leg of lamb.
A simple curry
2 cloves of garlic - crushed
Heat a little water in a large pan
Serve with brown rice and steamed broccoli.
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