2 eggs

1 cup chopped kale / spinach

1 tsp HCW Turmeric Powder

1 tbsp butter

Salt & pepper to taste



  1. Heat the butter in a pan. Whisk the eggs in a bowl.
  2. Add chopped kale to the pan and cook for a few minutes (until slightly wilted).
  3. Add the whisked eggs and stir to mix well.
  4. Add turmeric and a pinch of salt and pepper and stir well until the eggs are cooked.
  5. Delicious served with wholegrain toast.


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Spices add a wonderful flavour to food and can reduce the need for adding extra salt. Here are a few useful facts about these ancient superfoods:

  • Polyphenols, a type of plant compound, provide one of the main health benefits associated with herbs and spices. Polyphenols are also found in certain fruit and vegetables, tea and red wine.

  • Spices are energy-free and low in sodium

  • They are easy to use and require minimal or no preparation

  • They can reduce the need for adding sugar, e.g. by adding cinnamon powder to porridge, into muesli and plain yoghurt, onto vegetables or into tea.

  • Turmeric powder has a gingery bitter flavour and can be added to scrambled eggs, roast vegetables, rice, soups, smoothies, curries, dips and baked products.

  • Fennel seeds have a mild liquorice flavour and may be toasted in a dry frying pan before grinding or crushing. They can be added to curries, sprinkled over fish or meat, added to couscous, lentil or bulgur wheat dishes. They also add a delicious flavour to baked goods.



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