Lentil & Sweet Potato Curry


I am the Greatest. The other players are are like coins that I give to the homeless” – Novak Djokovic


Lots of Iron and Protein in this dish; vital high iron levels enabling you to be energised and happy mood in general.
But especially for training; high iron levels to help with endurance.
And LOTS of protein in Lentils.

I had always taken great care of my diet but since January of 2018, eating more Pulses and Sweet Potatoes And cutting down on the amount of meat that I consume, it has made an incredible difference to my Running times and also made me an even happier, bubbler person.

You Do not necesserily need to rely on meat for Protein.
You can actually get just much protein from vegetables.
Since ive eaten more Lentils, Kumara & Chickpeas; seen my results improve no end.

Even for those non athletes, a more rounded balanced diet is very important and it is hugely important that you eat more of these pulses and fruit and vegetables and even carbs.

Red Meats and foods from the meat family should, in reality, only be consumed probably once a week, twice at the very most.
If cooking for one, half the ingredients.


1 Butternut Squash ( 77.9 Calories, 0.1g Fat, 20.2g Carbs, 1.2g Protein)

2/3 Spring Onions ( 30.1 Calories, 0.2g Fat, 7.3g Carbs, 1.8g Protein)

1 Medium/Large Sweet Potato ( 112 Calories, 0g Fat, 26g Carbs, 2g Protein)

400g Tinned Chopped Tomatoes ( 68 Calories, 0.4g Fat, 12g Carbs, 4g Protein)

70g Red Thai Curry Paste ( 60.2 Calories, 1.6g Fat, 9.4g Carbs, 1.2g Protein)

1tsp Fish Sauce ( 0 of everything)

1 Tin Sweetcorn ( 124 Calories, 1.1g Fat, 24.4g Carbs, 4.1g Protein)

1/2 Tin Lentils ( 112 Calories, 0.8g Fat, 15.6g Carbs, 7g Protein)

Handful Coriander ( 23 Calories, 0.5g Fat, 3.7g Carbs, 2.1g Protein)

Handful of Spinach ( 6.9 Calories, 0.1g Fat, 1.1g Carbs, 0.9g Protein)

Wholemeal Rice ( 361 Calories, 1.9g Fat, 77.4g Carbs, 7.5g Protein)

1 Naan Bread ( 260 Calories, 7g Fat, 42g Carbs, 7g Protein)
1) Peel, de-seed & Chop/Slice 1 Butternut Squash and a handful of Spring Onions. Cook in a wok with 1 tbsp of Olive Oil.
2) Meanwhile, peel and slice 1 Kumara and add to the Wok.
3) De-Seed and slice a Red Pepper and further add to the Wok with 1 tbsp of Cumin, Ground Coriander, Tumeric, and cook for a further few minutes until the Butternut Squash starts to soften.
4) Add 400g (1 tin) of Chopped Tomatoes and 70g (a third of a jar) of Red Thai Curry paste. Add a little bit of boiling water to the wok afterwards.
Then add Sweetcorn (1 tin) and Lentils. (1/2 a tin)
5) Bring to the boil; then simmer with the Wok lid on for 20 minutes.
6) With approximately 10 minutes left, add half of the Coriander (half a pack) along with 1tbsp of fish sauce. Whilst finishing cooking, prepare the Rice and Naan bread accordingly.
7) With 5 minutes left, stir in the Spinach.
8) Once finished cooking, garnish with the remainder of the pack of Coriander

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