Curry gets in a lot of trouble for having a heavy fat content and loads of calories, but you know what we like to say over here at Skinny to Strong? Screw that notion. Why? Well, fat is good for you. It is necessary for a healthy body in so many ways that we wonder how somebody thought it would be okay to say that fat was bad for you.
Okay, okay, but some fats or too much fat is a bad thing. We know that. We are talking natural sources of fat.
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With all of that good ju-ju, we wanted to celebrate cauliflower red curry because it is packed with smart fats, vitamin A, potassium, protein, vitamin C, calcium and iron. Do we need to go on? And our cauliflower curry only has nine grams of fat per serving. It won't bust your diet to shreds; in fact, it can fit into even the lowest-of-the-low low-fat diet.
*You can omit the brown rice from this recipe if you would like to cut out extra carbohydrates.
**Feel free to add in extra veggies such as bell peppers, celery, mushrooms, cabbage, etc...it won't make a major difference in the calories.
***Consider adding in tofu, shrimp or chicken to this recipe for a protein boost.
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