Since ancient times, raw garlic, pepper and turmeric have been known for their anti-bacterial and anti-virus properties and have been used to stop the growth of disease-causing bacteria and viruses. The good news is you don’t have to take them like medicines or vitamin bills. If you haven’t used them in your cooking yet, I encourage you to add them to your cooking as often as possible to boost your health.
These ingredients add delicious spicy flavors into your dishes. If you are aversive to any spicy or pungent flavor, you might want to give yourself opportunities to acquire the taste. Just like green tea, not drinking it with sugar is an acquired taste and it is definitely worth it to acquire the taste if our new eating habit is healthier for us.
Here is a great dish I just made using these spices. This is one of those dishes–after you eat it, you feel wholesome and satiated at the same time.
- A bunch of asparagus (removes the harder bottom parts), cut into smaller sections.
- Onion, cut into small shreds
- Tomatoes, cut into small pieces
- Mushrooms if you have them
- Garlics, three to four cloves chopped
- Three eggs
Eat this dish with millet porridge (see below) or cooked rice.
Procedure to cook the porridge:
Wash millet clean. Add enough water to make a porridge. Cook it with high heat first and simmer it after it is boiled. Simmer it for about 25 min. to 30 min until it looks like this: