Earlier this week we touched on all of the health benefits that come with turmeric. Here’s great way to incorporate turmeric in your daily life. There is a fine line between a delicious, creamy golden milk and a golden milk that tastes like dirt . As beneficial as turmeric is, a little goes a long way. There is no need to serve a heaping spoon of turmeric in your golden milk. In fact, I’ve had golden milk lattes at a few coffee shops and that’s exactly what it tasted like (too much turmeric).
My entire life I grew up eating what I thought was the ONLY way to make scrambled eggs. Onion, Tomato, Chilis and Eggs. It always felt more like an anytime meal versus just a breakfast choice. It’s actually my favorite way to eat eggs, and if it comes wrapped in a warm roti, ugh that’s the key to my heart. This would be my breakfast of choice over and over, more of a nostalgic choice than anything else.
When is it enough? I’m talking about the spicy, tangy, sometimes eye-watering heat that comes from these gorgeous Thai Chili Peppers. Honestly I never knew they were called Thai Chili Peppers until I started this blog and needed a description. I sometimes heard my dad say ‘junglee mircha’ (Junglee = Wild / Mircha = Hot Pepper). All that said, these peppers are one of my favorite ingredients to work with. They are the co-star in many of my vegetable curry recipes like this dhal or this chutney recipe, I also use in my tuna or eggs. Cooked or raw. Okay you get the point, I am sure!