Beef Madras Curry (GF)
This classic Beef Madras Curry features chunky vegetables, brown rice, and a homemade blend of herbs and spices. With five vegetables, lentils, and slow-cooked beef, this curry is filling and nutritious. We have kept unnecessary fats and salts out of our recipe, leaving you with a flavour-packed, indulgent dish (without the excess calories).
The level of chilli is low, so if you prefer a hot and spicy meal, you can add a few chili flakes to taste.
- Good source of dietary fibre
- High in protein (30.2g per serve!)
- Contains less than 500mg sodium per serve
- Contains 4-12 different vegetables
- Low in saturated fat
- Gluten free
- Chilli rating: 1
Microwave: Remove cardboard sleeve. Peel back film 3cm. Heat for 5 mins from frozen or 3 mins from defrosted. Let stand for 1 min and enjoy.
Stove: From defrosted, transfer meal to a fry pan and stir for 2-3 minutes or until heated through.
Oven: Remove cardboard sleeve. Peel back film only 3cm. Heat at 160 degrees for 30-40 mins from frozen or 15-20 mins from defrosted and stir every 5-10mins. Let stand for 1 min and enjoy.
Air fryer: Remove cardboard sleeve. Remove film completely. Heat at 160 degrees for 15-20 mins from frozen or 10-15 mins from defrosted and stir every 5-10mins. Let stand for 1 min and enjoy.
Low carbohydrate vegetables are naturally high in water content. If you find this meal watery, we recommend using stovetop or oven/air fryer heating instructions. If microwaving, carefully remove clear film when hot, stir and cook for another minute.
Keep frozen. Once defrosted, keep refrigerated and consume within 3 days.