This dish was requested by my boyfriend. He loves seafood. I’m not a big fan but I am always willing to put my culinary skills to use. He found a general recipe online for this dish but I just used it as a guide.
This is a great anti-inflammatory dish thanks to the curry powder. Turmeric is one of the main spice found in curry powder which gives it that bold yellow color. It is widely known to help relieve symptoms of inflammation. Having an auto-immune disease cause many inflammation flare ups. Adding turmeric to your diet is very beneficial. Along with turmeric, curry powder has other anti-inflammatory spices such as chili pepper and coriander. This spice is bright and earthy. It’s typically pretty mild on the spice factor and is a great ingredient to keep in your spice rack.
I used butternut squash noodles for this recipe. The noodles are slightly sweet so they pair nicely with the curry powder. Not only are these noodles lower in calories, they are high in fiber and are also chalk full of vitamins:
Magnesium-because of Hashimoto’s, magnesium levels can be very low. It’s good to eat foods that have a lot of magnesium. It also helps to take supplements.
I used frozen scallops in this dish. Many of you know that scallops have a slightly mild sweet taste. Paired with the curry and butternut noodles, this dish is a perfect balance of sweet and savory.