Red Thai Curry

Gut Health | Low Glycaemic

Our savoury curry is rich with subtle flavours and tangy tastes. We created it using sweet potatoes, butternut squash, sugar snap peas, baby corn, ground celery and leek. To get that spiced-citrus flavour, we used zesty kaffir lime leaves. We've mixed in some blended red-curry paste and the result is a warming, soothing curry with hints of ginger and garlic.

324 kcal

Starting from £6.25 / per serving

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Water, Coconut Milk, Onions, Mushrooms, Carrots, Baby Corn, Tofu (Soya),   Bamboo Shoots, Red Curry Paste, Palm Sugar, Potato Starch, Pomace Olive Oil, Garlic, Salt, Vegetable Stock, Kaffir Lime Leaves, hemp seeds,

ALLERGY ADVICE: For allergens, see ingredients in Bold

key ingredients
Sweet Potatoes: An excellent source of beta-carotene, Sweet Potatoes acts as a powerful antioxidant in the body. It may also support digestive health, especially in managing type-2 diabetes. They are also high in vitamin A and potassium. Butternut Squash: Lending its warming colours and sweet flavour to our curry, Butternut squash is full of health-boosting vitamins, making it great for your eye health, general immunity and blood pressure. Sugar Snap Peas: A healthy source of complex carbohydrates, Sugar Snap Peas are a nutritious low-calorie source of vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, iron, and potassium. They are known to have anti-ageing qualities
nutritional facts
Values are per serving (and per 100g) Calories: 324 kcal (108 kcal); Fat: 19g (6.3g); of which saturates: 11g (3.7g); Carbohydrate: 25g (8.4g); of which sugars: 13g (4.4g); Fibre: 6.9g (2.3g); Protein: 10g (3.4g); Salt: 6g (2g);
health benefits
The dish is low in sugar, but high in chloride and a fantastic source of fibre. It is also rich in Vitamin A, helping to protect your skin, vision, immune system and metabolism.
storage and heating instructions
Our ready-to-eat dishes are best enjoyed warmed up. Heat your meal for five to six minutes on a stove over a medium flame. Serve and enjoy! We recommend using a stove but, if you need to microwave your meal, simply pop the dish in for three minutes in a 1150W microwave. Keep your Foodhak meal refrigerated and, once opened, consume within two days (not that you'll be able to resist our delicious meals for that length of time!)
Combination suggestions
We recommend enjoying this meal with rice, quinoa or on its own.

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