Curry Rice with Scallops and Kale


Curry is a staple spice in the Indian cuisine. It is a mixture of different spices This spice have many benefits. It contains tumeric which is the one who give its bright color. It provides anti-inflamatory and antioxidants to our body. Besides tumeric, it also has corriander, cumin, celery seeds, cayenne and coconut. It had been proove that curry fights cancer. Curry powder had also been related to the growth of nerve cells in the brain.

I served this dish with boiled kale and sautte scallops with onions.


Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                       yield: 4 people

For the rice:   1 cup rice          1tsp curry      a pinch of salt       a drizzle of coconut oil      1.5cups water

1 cup chopped kale

For the scallops:  1/2 onion      2cups baby scallops     thyme


Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              For the rice: Add the water to a pot on high heat. Add the rice with the salt, curry and spices. Let it boil during 15mins on medium heat. Chek the rice and if the water has already been absorbed it supposed to be done. If it still raw, then add more water and let cook until ready.

Put another pot with boiling water and add the chopped kale. Boiled during 10mins. Turn off the stove and put them in a separate bowl with ice.WP_20150125_014

For the scallops: In a pan on medium heat, add the onions and cook until soft. Then, add the scallops and cook until golden. WP_20150125_013WP_20150125_015

For serving: Serve 3/4cup of rice, 1/4cup of kale and 1/2cup of scallops.


Nutritional facts: 2g fat     38g carbohydrates      24g protein


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