Delicious green bell peppers & potatoes in spicy mix w/powerful black seeds. A new secret adds more taste & makes this one powerful anti-cancer recipe!
I have to say I absolutely LOVE this recipe! Green bell peppers sauteed with potatoes in spicy curry-like sauce is just one mouth-watering dish. To enhance the flavor, I added both the cumin seeds as well as the black cumin seeds, also called as kalongi in Hindi or Nigella Sativa as biological name.
Usually, Indians add dry mango powder (amchur) at the end to bring out the taste - with little sourness to bring out the rest of the flavors. But what did I add? I went a step further; or should I say many steps further and took this recipe to a powerful, full blown anti-cancer arena! What do I mean? I added organic amla powder - rich in vit C and known as one of the most powerful cancer cell enemy! Bingo! Taste + Health + Aroma = Anti-Cancer done the right way!
Now, enough of talk, let's start this recipe!
What are the benefits of this recipe? Why did I 'design' this? Read on...
Black seeds & Cumin Seeds - Digestives as well as nutrient dense; black seeds are powerful anti-cancer tool
Cilantro - Cancer fighting herb + blood cleanser + flushes heavy metals out of the body
Tomatoes - Cancer fighter (esp. prostate cancer) + good for skin
Garlic - Cancer fighter + digestive + anti-inflammatory + anti-bacterial + anti-viral
Turmeric - Cancer fighting spice + anti-inflammatory
Other spices & mustard oil - Cancer fighting spices + blood cleansing + mustard oil is great for circulation!
1. Organic potatoes - 3
2. 4 organic tomatoes
3. 3 organic onion
5. Garlic (1 or 2 whole garlic)
6. 1 whole bunch organic cilantro/coriander
7. Organic green bell peppers - 2
8. Green chilies - 5-6
Spices, Seeds & Oils -
1. Organic mustard oil
2. Black seeds
3. Cumin seeds
4. Org, turmeric
5. Org. cumin seeds powder
6. Coriander powder
8. Garam masala (optional)
Top It With -
1. Organic amla (Indian gooseberry)
Simple steps -
Watch the video/pics for step-by-step recipe and exact measurements.
How To Pair?
You can use this recipe with one of my rice recipes (click on the categories to the right of this article), you can have it as a wrap in lettuce or kale! Very healthy & super tasty! You can pair it with some gluten-free tortillas or naan.
For Those With Sugar Issues - Pair it with quinoa instead of rice.
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