Try our healthy curry recipes. We have made healthy eating easier with lots of low calorie curry ideas. From light pork vindaloo to super healthy chicken saag, many of our healthy curries have under 300 calories to make sure you can enjoy fragrant meals on the 5:2 diet.
Cook this veg-heavy curry for a healthy vegetarian meal. The peas add extra protein while ginger and plum tomatoes make a light, fragrant sauce.
Spice up your midweek meal with our low calorie homemade lamb koftas nestled in a fragrant curry. Served with rice for a hearty meal for four. Discover more of our best curry recipes here.
Check out our vibrant Sri Lankan curry with carrots. This vegan recipe is easy to make and ready in under an hour, plus it’s under 300 calories too.
Want to enjoy chicken curry on the 5:2 diet? This low calorie chicken curry recipe is jam packed with veg to keep the calories low, so it has less than 200 calories. Freeze in portions for quick, healthy midweek meals. Take a look at our other 5:2 diet-friendly recipes here.
Check out our tender lamb bhuna recipe. This juicy curry recipe is easy to make and packed with plenty of flavour. Plus, it’s low in calories too.
Sri Lankan curries are heavily spiced, chilli-hot and rich with coconut milk. This version is easy, vegan and low in calories. Looking for more vegan recipes? Browse our collection here.
Check out our vibrant fish curry recipe with Caribbean curry powder, punchy Scotch bonnet chillies and creamy coconut milk.
This creamy coconut and peanut aubergine curry is vegetarian, low calorie and ready in just 30 minutes, making it the perfect comforting meal to make midweek.
Check out our easy chicken curry recipe with low-fat coconut milk, punchy madras paste and crunchy sugar snap peas. This flavoursome curry is low in calorie and gluten free.
Our chicken saag recipe proves that you can eat healthily without having to skip your favourite foods. It comes in at under 350 calories and is ready in less than an hour. Find more healthy chicken recipes here…
Thai green curry is an Asian classic and is very popular in the UK. Try our fragrant recipe from Victoria Moore that shows you how to make the curry paste from scratch so that the fresh, vibrant flavours really come through.
Check out our vibrant fish curry with juicy pineapple. This easy curry dish is packed with plenty of flavour and under 500 calories per serving – a great midweek meal for four.
Try our vegetarian spiced crispy egg and lentil curry. This easy curry recipe is low in calories and gluten free, perfect winter comfort food. Check out our other vegetarian curry recipes here.
Coming in at under 500 calories even with rice added, this Jamaican prawn and sweet potato curry is easy and speedy to make.
Try this vibrant Sri Lankan beetroot curry for an easy vegan midweek meal. This bright and colourful recipe is packed with plenty of flavour and it’s low in calories, too.
Try our low calorie tomato, cauliflower and spinach curry. This super simple vegetarian recipe takes no time at all to make and it’s packed with punchy flavour. What’s more, it has less than 300 calories.
Looking for an easy low calorie curry recipe? Try our simple pork vindaloo with peas and spinach, it has under 350 calories per serving.
This is a creamy but light chicken curry recipe from the east of India. The yogurt gives richness to the dish without much fat, making sure it’s still low calorie. Try all of our chicken curry recipes here.
The best vegetarian curry in a hurry, with less than 250 calories per serving. Full of good-for-you butternut squash, chickpeas, spinach and spices, this will tempt any veg-phobic family members to dig in. Serve with rice on the side.
Our Thai roast red duck curry is full of fresh flavours. It looks impressive on the table, but buying the curry paste ready-made makes this a really easy supper. Find more Thai recipes here.
Better than a takeaway, this healthier lamb curry is the best one pot, made with garam masala, cardamom, ginger and coriander. Deliver to the table with steamed rice.
Massaman curry comes from southern Thailand and isn’t as fiery as green or red Thai curries. We love the fragrant flavours and the texture added by the peanuts, but it still has less than 500 calories.
A new idea for a healthy vegetarian curry using runner beans. These often-overlooked veg make a tasty, spicy dish and work well with Indian spices and coconut milk. Take a look at our other healthy vegetarian recipes too.
If you love curry, you’ll love this vindaloo that has under 350 calories. Originating from Goa, our version is easy and full of authentic spices. Serve with rice and homemade mint chutney at a dinner party for friends.
This rich, coconut based curry originated in Indonesia but it’s also popular in Malaysia. Beef shin is cooked slowly with lemongrass, spices, chillies and coconut cream until meltingly tender. It’s cooked in a way that cuts down on calories so this curry has less than 500 calories.
This Thai pollock curry is a full of fantastic Asian flavours but is ready in under an hour, simple to make and comes in at under 500 calories, perfect for a midweek meal.
This simple prawn masala is super easy and quick to make and has under 500 calories, perfect if you’re on the 5:2 diet. It’s so delicious you’ll forget you’re being virtuous!
This creamy lamb and tomato curry recipe is a great one to have on hand midweek. It may take a little longer, but it’s totally worth it and it’s really easy. Big flavours, minimal effort – it’s a winner for us!
This fish curry with tomatoes and tamarind is a super easy recipe, ready in 30 minutes and under 300 calories – but is packed with fantastic flavours.
Our recipe for chicken madras is a really easy way to feed the family – a classic chicken curry for under 300 calories.
This south Indian hake curry feeds four in under an hour and is under 500 calories per serving – perfect for busy schedules.
Our chettinad chicken curry is full of flavour and a really easy and healthy curry the whole family will love!
This aubergine Thai jungle curry is super low calorie and ready in just 20 minutes, making a great, satisfying midweek meal option.
Don’t be put off by the time on this recipe – most of it is spent letting this low cal, flavour packed curry bubble away on its own.