Turmeric rice with mixed veggies recipe


Turmeric rice with mixed veggies

Excellent meal. tasty. great leftover. a real keeper. the rice is the key - so make sure that you get the best rice. Great fried rice should have individual grains that just barely clump together when picked up with chopsticks or a spoon.

Ingredients

➥Rice 
➥Turmeric
➥Salt to taste
➥1:2 water ratio

For the vegetable stew;

➦Frying oil
➦1 medium onion
➦2 medium cloves of garlic
➦Beef masala (optional)
➦A royco cube (optional)
➦Black pepper powder
➦Salt
➦Carrots (cubed)
➦Green bell pepper (cubed)
➦Green peas (cooked)
➦Tomatoes.

Method


I boiled rice 1:2 ratio water, added salt to taste and a pinch of turmeric, stirred and let it cook.

Fry the onions to a golden brown, as usual, add tomatoes and let them cook. Add the green peas, carrots, and any other spices you'd wish to add except garlic, let them cook in the tomato juices whilst stirring, then add enough water. Cover the pan and cook for a while; then add your garlic and stir in a little wheat flour dissolved in water (thickening agent). Lastly, add your bell pepper, simmer for a short while... the stew will be ready in no time. Enjoy with your rice.

Benefits of this tasty green peas veggies 


Weight Management: Peas are low fat but high everything else. A cup of peas has less than 100 calories but lots of protein, fiber, and micro-nutrients.

Stomach cancer prevention: Peas contain high amounts of a health-protective polyphenol called coumestrol. A study in Mexico City determined you only need 2 milligrams per day of this phytonutrient to prevent stomach cancer. A cup of peas has at least 10.

Anti-aging, strong immune system, and high energy: This comes from the high levels of anti-oxidants.

Prevention of wrinkles, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, bronchitis, osteoporosis, and candida
Heart disease prevention: The generous amounts of vitamin B1 and folate, B2, B3, and B6 reduce homocysteine levels which are the risk factor for heart disease.

Prevent constipation: The high fiber content in peas improves bowel health and peristalsis.

Healthy bones: Just one cup of peas contain 44% of your Vitamin K which helps to anchor calcium inside the bones. It’s B vitamins also help to prevent osteoporosis.

Reduces bad cholesterol: The niacin in peas helps reduce, the production of triglycerides and VLDL (very low-density lipoprotein, which results in less bad cholesterol, increased HDL (“good”) cholesterol and lowered triglycerides.
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