Divine, hot and healthy curry sauce chip shop style

Chip shop style curry sauce – quite healthy and delicious! Use it as a side dish, dip or make a standalone dish by mixing in bits of cooked chicken and green peas.

1 onion, finely diced
1 large apple, peeled and finely diced (yes, apple. I use Royal Gala. It should be quite sweet)
1 clove garlic, finely chopped or minced
curry powder (as much as you can handle)
1 tbsp plain flour
250-300 ml stock. beef cube is fine. you can use veg stock as well
black pepper
Put the onion, apple and garlic into a frying pan, add a bit of water and cover. Cook over a low heat for 5-10 minutes, until everything is very soft.

Add the curry powder and flour, and mix well. Add more curry powder. A bit more. And another bit. (Tasting in the process is highly recommended. I use about 4 heaped tsp of Hot Madras Curry from Morrisons). Add some more curry powder.

Pour over the stock and add plenty of black pepper.

Bring to a gentle simmer, and cook for around 10 minutes, stirring every couple of minutes, until the mixture is thick and the vegetables have cooked right down.

I like bits of apple and onion in my sauce, but feel free to blend it if you prefer smoother texture.

This recipe is based on recipes I found over internet, but I’ve *perfected* it for you!


3large eggs
2table spoons honey

300g mashed banana
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
39g coconut flour
(Can cut honey out in place of extra small banana / mixed berries)
Serves :8
Calories : 105
Fat: 3G
Carb :16g
Protein 4g
Fibre: 3g

Mix in a blender, pour into a muffin/cupcake tray and bake in an oven at 180 deg until done.

Probably the best sandwich in the world!

Yesterday I have invented the best sandwich in the world! Some will call it gourmet!

Here is the recipe:

  1. Toast two pieces of Warburtons medium white bread (or similar – any good white toast should be ok).
  2. Spread a medium layer of Red Onion Chutney (I recommend English Provender Co.) on one piece of toast. Let it sink in a bit.
  3. Pour some Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Wings Sauce (I recommend Frank’s) on the other piece of bread.
  4. Cover the onion chutney with a medium slice of fresh, mild gouda cheese.
  5. Put a think slice of a thick Chorizo sausage in the middle.
  6. Put generous slices of sweet tomato.
  7. Add two slices of strong, white onion.
  8. Put few cucumber slices on top of the onion. Add salt.
  9. Close the sandwich. Cut and consume immediately!

I have no photo of this exquisite dish, because the sandwich disappears before I manage to find a camera. Try it!