If you want to add some extra flavour to your homemade curries or make an easy curry at home without the stress of finding individual spices, you might be wondering if Patak's curry pastes are slimming world friendly.
Patak's curry paste has varying syns according to the type you choose, on average you can expect them to have around 1.5 syns a tablespoon or more, making them fairly low in syns when used in moderation.
In our syn guide below, we will take you through why Pataks curry paste has syns, some syn values of their range and low syn alternative curry pastes to add flavour to your dishes.
Since Patak's curry paste is made mostly of spices, you might be wondering why this curry paste has syns on the slimming world plan. Pataks curry paste has syns due to the oil content which makes it higher in fat and therefore syns.
For example, Patak's mild curry paste has nearly 3g of fat per tablespoon due to its rapeseed oil content.
If you feel like making an easy Madras curry at home, you will need to syn the curry paste, Pataks madras curry paste has 2 syns per tablespoon, making it higher in syns than other curry pastes, we, therefore, suggest using it in moderation.
Patak's have a wide range of curry pastes on offer to add flavour to dishes, to help you compare syns, we've listed them below.
If you find Pataks curry paste to be too high in syns and you're looking for a low syn alternative, we've got some great options for you to check out below, starting as low as
Overall, curry pastes can be very high in syns, with some having up to three syns for just a tablespoon, this is mainly due to the oil content which can add a lot of calories. To save syns we suggest measuring out your curry paste or using your own spices at home which are syn free!