Garlic Rice

The moment you hear or eat garlic, garlic breath becomes a concern for everybody.Due to this a lot of people avoid eating garlic and lose out on it’s health benefits.

A clove of garlic a day keeps cancer away…..

Garlic has a very strong flavor, and it needs to be mixed with other foods in order to be enjoyed. The best way to eat garlic would be to add it in food while cooking it. Allicin gets distributed throughout the meal, providing you with the benefits of its anti-carcinogenic and antiseptic properties.

Make sure you peel the garlic before cooking it. Cooking garlic in its peel destroys its curative properties. Similarly, peeling the garlic days before and crushing and storing all the crushed garlic together to be used a little at a time may be very convenient as a time saver, but you lose many of garlic’s potent health properties.

Garlic rice is simple and easy to prepare. I like garlic and if the breath bothers me too much, I just brush my teeth 🙂

1 cup Basmati or any other long grained rice, left over rice is preffered
2 tsp olive oil or any other refined oil
10 cloves of garlic crushed
1 tsp soya sauce
a pinch of pepper powder
1/2 tsp chilli flakes
about 2 tbsp spring onion
salt to taste

Take oil in a pan and saute garlic until they become a little brownish and crispy.
Add rice, salt, pepper, soya sauce and spring onion and mix well.

Serve hot with Chinese or Thai curry.I served mine with Red Thai curry.

This is my submission to this week’s Weekend Herb Blogging hosted by Graziana from Erbe in cucina.

One Comment on “Garlic Rice”

  1. Graziana says:

    Healthy and gorgeous… thank you for joining to WHB!

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