Joe Wicks' creamy chickpea curry loaded sweet potato
Looking for something healthy and filling this evening? Give this creamy chickpea curry loaded sweet potato from Joe Wicks a go.
This Joe Wicks creamy chickpea curry loaded sweet potato is not only healthy, packed with protein rather than carbohydrates to keep you fuller for longer, it’s a unique way to make curry and can a burst of creativity to your mid-week meals.
Whether you’re doing Joe Wicks’ Lean in 15 plan or just looking to eat healthier, his recipes are great for adding something new to your cooking repertoire and switching things up in the evening.
Joe Wicks creamy chickpea curry loaded sweet potato is especially a great one to go for, as it will suit everyone round the table. Young kids will love the twist to the classic curry and rice, with the sweet potato being a more colourful and exciting alternative, while older kids and adults will surely welcome something new on the table.
Whoever you’re cooking for, this recipe is surely one to try.
If you’re not one for spending loads of time prepping a meal, you get all the ingredients you need for this Joe Wicks’ recipe in a box from Gousto – delivered straight to your front door.
Looking for more exciting Joe Wicks recipes to try at home? We love this one for the Joe Wicks’ McLeanie turkey burger for a fun alternative on any takeaway meals you might have. Or these halloumi fries are sure to be a winner with any family, dipped in sweet chilli sauce.
- 1 brown onion
- 1 red chilli
- 1 lime
- 1 garlic clove
- 15g fresh root ginger
- 25g cashew nuts
- 5g coriander
- 120g baby leaf spinach
- 1 tbsp korma curry powder
- 1/2 Knorr vegetable stock cube
- 2 medium sweet potatoes
- 16g tomato paste
- 25g solid coconut cream
- 1 can of chickpeas (400g)
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