Below is a photo of the ingredients. The funny looking thing at the front is garlic grown on my parents allotment! The onions and spinach also came from the allotment too.
I misted a saucepan with low fat cooking spray (a key ingredient for Weight Watchers but Ryan isn't keen on it!) added 3 diced onions and sautéed for 5 mins until the onions had started to soften. Next I added 4 cloves of crushed garlic, 3 tbsp of medium curry powder and 4 tsp of whole cumin seeds and continued to fry for 2 mins stirring all the time.
Next I added the veg - 1 large aubergine diced, 1 huge sweet potato (a spudzilla from our local Tesco!) diced, one large courgette from our garden diced, 1l of vegetable stock made from 2 stock cubes and some seasoning. All this was put in the saucepan (by the way the saucepan needs to be huge!) and brought to the boil. See picture.
Once boiling the heat was reduced, pan covered and left to simmer for 20 mins until the vegetables were tender.
Whilst this was happening I boiled an egg, as the receipe required a hard boiled egg on top but I don't like eggs so just did one for Ryan.
Once the vegetables were tender I added 400g of diced spinach, stirred to combine the flavours and then cooked for a further 2 mins until just wilted.
This was then divided between 2 bowls with half left over for tomorrow nights dinner. Topped with 1 tbsp of low fat natural yogurt, a sprinkle of fresh coriander and the hard boiled egg. It was very tastey and low in fat - perfect!