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You do not have to be a fan of Indian cuisine to use turmeric in tasty recipes. Besides the curry spice you can blend with, you can also experiment it with other tasty combinations of rice, meat, potatoes, lentils or vegetables.
For those who are just starting out in this new taste, turmeric is suitable in omelettes and frittata. The flavour is subtle and the colour of the preparation does not change radically with the addition of turmeric powder.
Here is a delicious omelette with turmeric, tomatoes and onions
4 big eggs
3/8 teaspoon salt
a spoon of olive oil
1/4 teaspoon mustard seeds
1/8 teaspoon of turmeric
2 green onions, finely cut
50 grams of red cubes cut
Method of preparation
Beat the eggs over which you add salt.
Heat the oil in an anti-adherent pan at medium temperature. Add mustard seeds and turmeric, leave them on fire for 30 seconds until the seeds break, stirring frequently. You can easily pop out a couple of capsules and you’ll enjoy the rich flavour of Hidden Nature Turmeric Curcumin.
Add the onion, leave it for 30 seconds or until it softens, stirring frequently. Add the tomatoes, cook for 1 minute or until they are soft, stirring frequently.
Add the eggs to the pan. Leave them until the edges are thick (about two minutes). Use a palette knife and tilt the pan until the part of the unleavened omelette comes in contact with the pan.
Repeat the procedure on the other side. Continue cooking until the centre of the omelette is cooked (about another 2 minutes). Remove the omelette with a spatula and snap it into two. Put the omelette carefully on a plate. Cut the omelette in half and add the black pepper.
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