Swap your usual takeaway for something healthier, cheaper and tastier with our delicious fakeaway recipes.
Sound too good to be true? Try one of these 6 fakeaway recipes and we promise you’ll be surprised by just how quick, easy and delicious recreating your favourite Asian dishes at home can be.
Fused products are your secret weapon to making healthy dinners you’ll actually look forward to. Whip up a nutritious and delicious meals in minutes with our range of stir fry sauces, curry pastes, ready chopped ingredients and other Asian cooking essentials. All the great flavours of Asia, none of the fuss and made with only 100% natural ingredients.
We’ve rounded up 6 of our favourite fakeaway recipes to share with you. So put down the takeaway menu and read on for healthy dinner inspiration – there’s a healthy nibbles option too!
6 Fakeaway Recipe You Can Whip Up At Home
1. Thai Green Chicken Vegetable Curry
Palm sugar is a key ingredient in Thai cooking. Your favourite Thai curry sauces are no exception and might contain a lot more sugar than you would think. Fused Thai Green Curry Stir Fry Stir Fry Sauce and Thai Green Curry Stir Fry Sauce Paste both have all the fragrant flavours we know and love, but skip the refined sugar.
Try my Thai Green Chicken Vegetable Curry here.
2. Beef & Vegetable Black Bean Stir Fry
Black Bean stir fries are delicious but not always the healthiest choice. Sauces that smother your go-to dishes are often high in sugar. This Beef & Vegetable Black Bean Stir Fry recipe is a refined sugar free option that still packs a flavoursome punch.
Try my Beef & Vegetable Black Bean Stir Fry here.
3. Chicken Katsu Curry
If Katsu Curry is your go-to Japanese order, then you have to try my foolproof Chicken Katsu Curry recipe. You can make the sauce entirely from scratch (one of the most popular recipes from my cookbook Japanese Food Made Easy), or use with Fused Katsu Curry Stir Fry Sauce or Fused Katsu Curry Paste to make it even easier.
Try my Chicken Katsu Curry recipe here.
Want to learn more about this cult-favourite Japanese dish? Read my Guide to Katsu Curry.
4. Miso Chicken Ramen
Satisfy your comfort food cravings (without spiking your sugar levels) with my quick and easy Miso Chicken Ramen recipe. It’s a nutritious and delicious hug in a bowl.
Try my Miso Chicken Ramen recipe here.
5. Curry Prawn Fried Rice
This Curry Prawn Fried Rice recipe is a quick, affordable and crowd pleasing Chinese-inspired dish. It uses up any leftover rice and vegetables you might have. Plus, our Fused Chinese Curry Stir Fry Sauce is mildly spiced so its kid-friendly too. Top it with a fried egg for extra protein and flavour!
Try my Curry Prawn Fried Rice here.
6. Pan-Fried Edamame with Garlic & Chilli
Love a side of prawn crackers with your takeaway? Many of the snack options on menus and readily available in shops are often either laden with sugar or oil. These pan-fried edamame with garlic chilli are a low-sugar, high-nutrient snacking option. Make a batch and pack in Tupperware so you are snack ready when hunger strikes.
Try my Pan-Fried Edamame with Garlic & Chilli recipe here.