There’s something about having food made for you and getting it delivered or picked up that just makes it extra satisfying. However, when you actually stop and look at how much you are spending you’ll be very surprised.
If you calculate how much you are spending per year on takeaways you may definitely rethink your eating habits. For example, if you order a takeaway every Friday night (approx cost £15) over one year that equates to: £15 x 52 weeks = £780! That right there is a lot of money!
We’ve gathered together a great selection of fakeaway recipes just for you to make at home. You want to start saving money right? Well start making simple changes and you’ll soon reap the benefits both financially and health wise.
Fakeaway Homemade Pizza
Homemade fakeaway pizza is literally one of the most easiest things to make at home. Believe me, when I say you will save a fortune making your own, you really will. You have the option of choosing your own favourite toppings. Take away pizza shops charge you a small fortune to add extra toppings (usually around 90p per topping), so the price can soon mount up.
This fakeaway pizza recipe and instructions can be found here: Fakeaway Pizza Recipe
Salt & Pepper Chicken Recipe
This low syn Chinese fakeaway salt and pepper recipe is simple to make. You can make it at a fraction of the cost at home and you can make plenty more portions for the price you would pay for one at a take away.
For full details of ingredients and how to create this show stopper, click here: Slimmingeats.com
KFC Zinger Burger Fakeaway Recipe
Now if you’re a KFC fan, you will not be disappointed with this recipe. Not only will it save you money to make your own, this recipe is only 351 calories, a fraction of what the original chicken sandwich would be.
For full recipe details click here: Pinch of Nom KFC Zinger Burger Fakeaway
Cheeky Nando’s Style Peri Peri Chicken Recipe
Now you’ve got to admit, this Nando’s peri peri fakeaway looks amazing! By mixing up a selection of herbs and spices you too can create this delicious meal. In fact, my mouth is drooling as I type!
Click here for full details on how to create this recipe: Cheeky Nando’s Style Peri Peri Recipe
Lamb Doner Kebab Fakeaway
You either love em or hate em! However, the good news for those who love doner kebabs, this is a healthier low fat version you can make at home and what’s more with this recipe you will be able to make not one but a few kebabs out of the ingredients, so it’s a cheap healthy meal.
For full details on how to make these fakeaway kebabs click here: Fakeaway Lamb Doner Kebabs
KFC Secret Chicken Fakeaway
If you’ve ever tried KFC chicken drumsticks you know they are to die for! This secret recipe is buttermilk fried chicken which uses 11 herbs and spices. Definitely worth a try, you won’t be disappointed.
Full details of the recipe and method can be found here: KFC Secret Chicken Recipe
Chicken Fried Rice Fakeaway Recipe
Homemade fried rice has got to be the easiest of fakeway food you can make. Also, it costs only a fraction to make it yourself and you can add just about whatever meat or vegetables you wish to it. Definitely give this a bash at if you can.
Instructions for this recipe can be found here: Chicken Fried Rice Recipe
Syn Free Big Mac and Fries
If you enjoy your Big Mac’s from McDonalds, then this recipe is for you. You don’t need to go overboard on seasoning and condiments to make this tasty. I can guarantee you will really enjoy making and eating this burger and fries. Your pocket will thank you later for it too!
Click here for full recipe details and instructions: Syn Free Big Mac and Fries Fakeaway Recipe
Squash, Carrot & Onion Bhaji Recipe
If you usually order onion bhaji’s with your takeaway, then these little delicious things need to go on your list to make. They are simple and easy to make and they are extremely filling.
For full recipe and method details click here: Squash, Carrot & Onion Bhaji Recipe
Chicken Tikka Masala Fakeaway Curry
I think we all love a good old curry don’t we. I’ve made this particular recipe several times for the family and served it with rice and naan bread. The recipe is very adaptable, by that I mean if you are vegetarian you can use lots of your favourite veggies in it instead of the chicken. You will save a small fortune making your own curries believe me!
For full details and ingredients click here: Chicken Tikka Masala Fakeaway Curry