{Nourish} Spice Recipe Round-Up

 If you think about it, spice round upherbs and spices were the foundation of our medicine cabinets for thousands of years and it was for good reason. Herbs and spices offer a variety of medicinal benefits from anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties to their ability to aid in digestion, improve appetite and even soothe a sore throat.

 Not convinced? Consider this….do you drink coffee? If your answer is yes…ask yourself why? Most people drink coffee because of the medicinal effect…you know, that high you get from the caffeine! Well that is a great example of the medical power of food, herbs and spices, right!? Not only do herbs offer you a variety of health benefits they are also a surefire way to make food taste fantastic! Like most foods–the more fresh the ingredient the more nutrient dense so do yourself a favor and have a moment with you spice cabinet! Toss anything that has been hanging out for more than a year (eek—there may be a few relics!) as the flavor and nutrient density will be lacking! Moving forward aim to buy good quality herbs and spice (organic when possible) and opt for the small bottles so you use them up more quickly. Curious which herbs and spices taste yummy together? Check out this recipe round-up that spotlights medicinal herbs and spices and tons of good for you food! Enjoy!

 

Turmeric Milk, Nutrition Stripped, Turmeric, Golden Milk

Nutrition Stripped: Turmeric Milk 

 

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 Healthy Bites: {NourishBreatheThrive} Moroccan Root Vegetable Stew

 

Israeli Couscous Salad with Smoked Paprika & Salmon 6

Zen and Spice: Israeli Couscous Salad with Smoked Paprika and Salmon

 

Cinnamon Spiced Muesli www.betrulynourished.com 
 Be Truly Nourished: Cinnamon Spiced Muesli
 

Roasted Cauliflower, Tomatoes, Chickpeas w/ Indian Spices

MJ and Hungry Man: Roasted Cauliflower, Tomatoes and Chickpeas with Indian Spices 

 
Ghanaian Peanut Soup

Teaspoon Communications: Ghanaian Peanut Soup

 

turmeric recipe

The Fresh Beet: Coconut Curry Lentils with Turmeric Raisins 

 

Sweet & Spicy Carrots

 Nourished Simply: Sweet and Spicy Carrots  

 

 

Spiced Carrot Cake Smoothie//The Spicy RD

Ea Stewart: Spiced Carrot Cake Smoothie 

 

Vegan Chickpea Chana Masala | Dietitian Debbie Dishes

Dietitian Debbie: Vegan Chickpea Chana Masala 

 

masala eggs with spicy kale

 

 

 

 

 

FlavorRD: Masala Eggs with Spicy Kale 

 

Shakshuka with Harissa-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kara Lydon: Shakshuka with Harissa 

5 thoughts on “{Nourish} Spice Recipe Round-Up

  1. Great round-up, Katie! I absolutely adore spices and herbs. However, despite my best intentions, I often find myself using the same ones over and over again. There are soooo many varieties out there, and I’m going to make every effort to expand my horizons 😉

  2. Yet another reason why food is SO powerful in our daily lives! I love how uniquely “spicey” these recipes are. Great round-up!

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