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Low-Calorie Katsu Chicken Curry

Low-Calorie Katsu Chicken Curry

Type: Mains Suitable For: High fibreHigh proteinLow calorieLow carbLow fatSlimming friendly

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Use Lo-Dough To Create A Low-Carb, High-Fibre Meal.

Seasoned, breaded chicken. Fruity, mild curry sauce. A mound of simply boiled rice. It sounds almost basic, but this dish is really more than just the sum of its parts and the Japanese katsu chicken curry has very much taken British highstreets by storm in recent years. Competing for our attention against better known Indian, South-East Asian and even Chinese curries and meals, this Japanese curry has really started to win the public round to its charms. 

Lo-Dough can be used as a fantastic low-carb crumb for the chicken, but also as the delivery device – in the form of a pizza, or an incredibly low-calorie wrap (if avoiding carby items like rice). If following a low-fat, slimming diet, the classic version with boiled rice is still fine – but swapping panko out for a Lo-Dough crumb covering will give you additional calorie/carb savings, whilst massively boosting the fibre of the dish – always a healthy addition to any meal (also meaning you will feel fuller eating less rice!).

Katsu Curry

The Low-Calorie Sauce

You can take your time to make your own sauce - if you have the time to do so, it will ultimately create the most delicious version that you could eat. You will need carrots, onions, garlic, ginger, curry powder and stock (at the most basic). There are several simple recipes easily found by searching online. Alternatively, shop around. There are even powdered (just add water) sauces that are very low in calories... here, for convenience, we used one that comes in at 77 calories per 100g! 

When you make your breaded chicken - we recommend making one extra - check out this recipe for a perfect meal the following day... 

Whichever way you make it, if you want the lowest calorie, lowest carb, highest fibre version, make it with Lo-Dough.