I cook everything myself, from scratch. Today I had homemade pancakes for breakfast, a salad with two different cooked grains, four vegetables and homemade dressing for lunch, and another salad with greens, beans, fruit and seeds for dinner. I always use the recipe calculator on www.sparkrecipes.com/
to calculate the calories of what I cook, then I can easily import them right into the tracker.
There are lots of ways you can lighten up Indian dishes. Lisa`s Kitchen is a popular blog that includes healthy versions of Indian dishes- you can find the recipes here: foodandspice.blogspot.ca/p/menu.html
(302 Indian recipes!). Look for ways to add extra vegetables to your meals, replace some meats with legumes, choose something cooked in the tandoor over a korma sauce, sub brown rice for white rice, etc. Consider some of Spark's Indian restaurant tips when you're cooking: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art