Slimming World Super Speed Curry cooked slow in the slow cooker. If you want to load yourself up with Slimming World extra speed foods, then it doesn’t get any more delicious than our totally Syn Free Slimming World Super Speed Curry.
If you have been on Slimming World for a while, then you will have heard all about the Slimming World Speed Soup.
If not, its FAMOUS among all Slimming World members for speeding up the weight loss and you can see why! You have at least 5 different speed vegetables in one soup that are aimed at kick starting your weight loss. Many of them are also in the worldwide list of superfoods that are good for you and your body and for increased health.
BUT soup can get boring. Especially if you’re living off soup for a week with the focus of losing weight. And I know this because I have already done my own super speed soup week.
However, what if the focus was on a similar mix of healthy vegetables and instead you used it as a base for the most delicious healthy curry that you have ever tried?
Slimming World Super Speed Curry
Introducing you to our Slimming World Super Speed Curry. Loaded up with a total of 10 super speed foods. As well as this a further 5 Slimming World Speed Foods are used in the curry.
Even better, spices are associated with boosting the metabolism and in our Slimming World Speed Curry the heat will also help the weight loss process.
Don’t forget though, protein is also a big player in helping you lose weight thanks to how easy it fills you up. The quark and any protein you plan to add to this dish will tick those boxes for you.
Making you the healthiest ever vegetable curry that will HELP YOU lose weight fast on Slimming World.
Slimming World Speed Foods List
Here is a list of the Slimming World Vegetable Speed Foods that would be great for homemade curries. Or you can pin the graphic above which lists them all:
- Acorn/Butternut Squash/Pumpkin
- Curly Kale
- Spring Onions
In our Slimming World Super Speed Curry we are getting our speed from:
- Red Onion
- White Onion
- Butternut Squash
- Red Pepper
- Tinned Tomatoes
Then in the curry itself we are loading it up with:
- Red Peppers
- Butternut Squash
It will also make an excellent bulk batch for the freezer or the fridge. Then if you wanted to just eat our super speed curry for all your meals for the next few days, then you can if you want to.
You can also add it the curry sauce chicken, prawns, fish, pork or even quorn. Or just have it as a wholesome vegetable curry. I also LOVE to fill mine out with chickpeas.#SynFree Slimming World Super Speed Curry In The Slow Cooker @recipe_thisClick To Tweet
- 300 g Carrots
- 200 g Leeks
- 150 g Celery
- 300 g Courgettes
- 500 g Butternut Squash
- 150 g Red Pepper
- 200 g Pumpkin
- 6 Cloves Garlic
- 2 Cm Fresh Ginger
- 2 Cans Tinned Tomatoes
- 1 Small Red Onion
- 1 Small White Onion
- 300 g Butternut Squash
- 1 Small Red Pepper
- 1 Small Red Onion
- 1 Small Leek
- Prepare the curry base ingredients. Peel the carrots, ginger, garlic and the onions. Clean the celery and the leeks. Peel and remove the seeds from the butternut squash and pumpkin. Thinly slice the onion, garlic and ginger. Dice everything else into medium diced chunks.
- Add the curry base ingredients to the slow cooker along with the seasonings and the cans of tinned tomatoes. Also refill the tinned tomatoes cans with water and pour it into the slow cooker.
- Cook on high for 2 hours or until the vegetables are soft.
- Repeat step 1 again but this time with your vegetables for the curry.
- Using a blender, blend until you have a smooth sauce.
- Add the sauce back, along with the rest of the vegetables and cook for another 2 hours on high.
- Serve warm.
If you find that your speed curry is too thin, then find some of the bigger pieces of butternut squash and blend those. It will give you a creamier sauce. Or you can add in some quark or Greek yoghurt. Though if you want it as a SP meal then just use quark and protein rich meat as add ons.
This speed curry is a good base for recipes. You can add chicken or whatever you like to it and then just swap steps 4 and 6 for your choice of curry filling. If you prefer a spicier curry then increase the size of your ginger piece or add more chilli powder. I like a mild curry like a vegetable korma because I am often sharing it with small children.
How To Batch Freeze Your Slimming World Chicken Curry
Make our Slimming World Speed Curry once and then batch freeze it for later! The Slimming World Speed Curry ingredients above was made with batch freezing in mind. There is enough for 10 portions. So if you’re bulking it out with chicken or other foods, then you could easily stretch this to 15 portions.
When you have finished cooking and it is 100% cool then transfer the speed curry into freezer friendly containers. Then batch freeze it for later. Plan for the portion sizes you will eat, so if you are eating it for 2-3 meals a day, then do a medium sized portion and label it up for later.