The korma is probably my favourite curry. No scratch that, it IS my favourite curry. I don’t even know why I entertained the idea that there might be another contender. There isn’t. It’s korma all the way. I love the creamy coco nutty-ness of it and I’m not a huge fan of super spicy foods so the korma is perfect for mild curry lovers.
This recipe is pretty easy and reheats well. There’s a load of ingredients I haven’t included but feel free to go wild and add white or sweet potatoes, any other type of bean and veg like broccoli, cauliflower, kale etc.
I love Mexican food- I eat it quite a lot but if you’re not careful, it can be full of fat and pretty unhealthy. This is a great little leftovers recipe or weekend meal. Instead of using beef, I like to use lean turkey mince as it is much leaner than other mince meats.
You can get as creative as you want with this recipe- I have kept it quite simple but add whatever veggies or sauces you want.
I also used whole grain, seeded wraps which are much healthier than white tortilla wraps (I got mine from Tescos).
The coleslaw is also amazeballs BUT you’ve gotta use Braeburn or jazz apples as they are the sweetest and crunchiest apples.