High Protein Chicken Curry Recipe

Ok, so here is a high protein chicken curry recipe. It is very simple, cheap and ideal for prep as it tastes great when re-heated in the microwave. Like I said it is simple, ridiculously simple. This would suit anyone, but particularly those who have quite a busy lifestyle or students. Watch the video below if you don’t have enough time to read the recipe, following the video is the ingredients.


  • Chicken Breast (200g raw weight per serving)
  • Mayflower Chicken Curry Sauce Mix (You can find this in Farmfoods/Home Bargains etc if in the UK – VERY CHEAP!)
  • Vegetables (You can use whatever veg you like, in this example we use some green garden peas)

The above is exactly what we used. I told you, very simple. Amounts and vegetables etc can all be varied – just make sure you track as accurately as possible on MyFitnessPal to keep within your macros. Let’s get started.


  1. Pre-heat oven to 200°C
  2. Slice chicken up into chunks or strips
  3. Place chicken in the oven, cook for 20 minutes
  4. During this time, cook your veg (in our case just some peas in a pot with boiling water)
  5. With a few minutes left until the chicken is cooked, we can begin to make the sauce
  6. Weigh out 25g of the curry mix
  7. Pour 110ml of boiling water into the mix and stir until smooth
  8. Once chicken is cooked mix the veg, chicken and curry sauce together
  9. Enjoy or store in the fridge/freezer to eat another day

Best served with some long grain rice for a well balanced meal.

Here are the macros for the meal made with the above measures (without rice):

Calories 364kcals
Protein 63g
Carbs 10g
Fats 7g

Now, I am not sure if you can call this a ‘recipe’ but it really is cheap and cheerful. Give it a try – this is cutting friendly.

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