One of those busy people? This ones an easy meal to throw into the slow cooker and reap the rewards later in the day. Aimee developed this with her dad and they can confirm is delicious and nutritious


 Serves 6



  • 800g Chicken Boneless Thigh Fillet (skinless) OR Firm Tofu 

  • 1x brown onion (diced) (greens of onion for low FODMAP)

  • 2x 400g can of low sodium diced tomatoes

  • 2x large celery stalks (sliced)

  • 2x large bunches of silver beet or spinach  

  • 1x 200-250g tub/can of tomato paste

  • roughly 1-1.5 cups of water  

  • 1 tbsp. curry powder  

  • 1 tsp. turmeric 

  • 2 tsp. minced garlic (swap to garlic infused oil for a low FODMAP diet)

  • 2 tsp. minced ginger 

  • 1 tbsp. chilli flakes 

  • 200g Paneer (I bought the Lemnos brand) (low level of lactose)

  • 2 tbsp. chickpea or corn flour – use corn for low FODMAP diet 

  • handful of fresh parsley 



1.     Dice the onion and celery into small pieces – add to the slow cooker

2.     Clean and cut the silver-beet or spinach – add to the slow cooker

3.     Slice the chicken thigh into small bite-size pieces OR firm tofu into cubes – add to the slow cooker

4.     Add the diced can of tomatoes, tomato paste and all flavourings (except the parsley) 

5.     Mix through all the ingredients and add about 1.5 cups slowly to the mix 

6.     Turn the slow cooker on and let the magic begin – turn timer to 4-hours 

7.     Once the timer has about 1-hour to go, add the Paneer cheese – break it up and mix through

8.     If the mixture is a little thin, add about 1-2 tbsp. of corn or chickpea flour

9.     Add some parsley to the end for an additional hint of flavour

10.  It’s time to enjoy and serve with any of the below side suggestions! 


Optional Sides: 

  • Chickpea Roti (see our Chicken Tikka Recipe) OR Super Barley Simson’s Pantry Wrap (toasted in oven)

  • Basmati or brown rice or quinoa 

  • Whole Chickpeas 

  • Mix of cauliflower “rice” and Tilda coconut basmati rice (half and half) 

Nutritional Benefits:

1.     High Dietary Fibre 

2.     High Quality Protein (versatile with either plant or animal based protein options)

3.     Rich in natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties 

4.     Great source of folate, potassium, Vitamin C

5.     Can be adapted to be FODMAP friendly!