OMG I am so in love with this!!
All my recipes start with an idea I can taste, this is truly perfect – just how I hoped it would be! It’s so simple, very quick and easy to make and the taste is so lovely!
To make each Keema Lo-Dough Paratha you will need 2 pieces of Lo-Dough to 125gms less than 5% mince
** Pre heat oven to gas 6, electric oven 200 degrees or 180 degrees if fan oven
- 2 Lo-Dough wraps
- 125gms less than 5% fat beef mince
- 2 tbsp Katsu curry paste (I get mine from Tesco) 1 syn per tbsp
- Butter frylight
- Garlic frylight
- 2 tsp Dried coriander leaf
- Fresh ground salt and pepper
Mix mince and curry paste together.
Dampen edges of both pieces of Lo-Dough on one side.
Place one piece of Lo-Dough onto a piece of kitchen foil large enough to fold over and overlap.
Spread mixture on top of bottom piece of Lo-Dough on foil evenly to 1cm from edge
Place the other piece of Lo-Dough on top and keep pressing the edges together until they stick. Crimp with a fork round the edges
Spray top with garlic frylight – apx 6 sprays.
Season with fresh ground salt and pepper
Spray generously with butter frylight until damp and even all over. Sprinkle with dried coriander.
Fold foil over and seal edges. Place on a baking tray and bake in the oven for apx 30- 35 mins. Do not open foil in between cooking or it will dry out . Serving suggestion – with a curry as a side dish or with a splash of Crucials Curry Sauce or mango chutney as a dip. Buy Lo-Dough here (affiliate link) Low calorie bread alternative