A popular Indian starter turned into a filling meal with a Lo-Dough Wrap
Tantalising, spicy, filling and adaptable to different diets - this dish has got it all going for it. Not only that, but these make the perfect barbeque addition, with the flame and smoke making them even more authentic in taste.
We have designed our recipe to use spice blends rather than individual spices, making the recipe as accessible as possible. We have included all the salad ingredients in our recipe here - to adapt the recipe to fit your diet, you made need to leave a couple of things out - switch the tomatoes and onion for spinach and courgette if you want to lower the carbohydrate a little. Or have this as a treat and pick some of our super low carb recipes for other meals that day.
Using Lo-Dough widens your slimming options
If you are slimming, this is only 273 calories, so great for you. We've chosen low-fat lamb, but you could always switch for even lower fat, lean beef mince, or turkey mince. Because the Lo-Dough is so low-calorie and low-carb itself, you are afforded the freedom and flexibility.
Lo-dough can be used intelligently and intuitively to fit any diet - try it today.
- 1 piece of
- 80g of 20% fat lamb mince
- 1 heaped teaspoon of medium curry powder
- 1 clove of garlic, minced
- 1 heaped teaspoon of garam masala
- 20g of iceberg lettuce, shredded
- 3 cherry tomatoes, sliced
- 10g of red onion, sliced
- 15g of fat free yoghurt
- A few leaves of fresh mint
- A small handful of fresh coriander, chopped
- 7 sprays of oil
What you'll need
This diet-friendly recipe is possible with:
- Add the mince, garlic spices into a bowl and mix well.
- Form the mix into a sausage around a skewer (if using a wooden skewer, it will need to be soaked for an hour or two).
- Place on a bbq or a griddle pan and cook for approx 15-20 minutes, turning occasionally. Ensure the mix is cooked through before removing from the heat (you can prick it with a fork or skewer and hold to your top lip to check it is hot right the way through).
- Whilst this cooks, mix your chopped mint and coriander with the yoghurt.
- Build up your layers of salad on your wrap. When the kebab is cooked, place it on top and pull the skewer away. Dress with the herby yoghurt sauce. Add coriander to garnish and chilli sauce if you like it spicy!
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