If you thought Indian curries were fattening, this menu will change your notion. Britain has got its first ‘curry slimming group’ after a woman who dropped 19 kg on the diet decided to launch an exclusive centre. Suki Burai, a sales consultant and a mother-of-three from Coventry has come up with a menu of healthy Indian recipes for her members, reports dailystar.co.uk.
The chilli-hot meals include tandoori fish curry, chapatis and tasty lentil dishes. Burai reckons the meals have the flavour for success. “I spent years on failed diets, but I started making my own recipes with different ingredients,” the 41-year-old said. Burai makes dishes for her curry slimming group members without ghee, butter or cream. The menu includes aubergine curry with chapatis, chick peas curry, tandoori fish curry, lentil curry with rice, etc.
“I could enjoy curries on a regular basis and still lose weight. The recipes are quick and easy to make, which suits a lot of women who work full-time,” Burai added.