16 November 2016

Corn With Spinach And Paprika

Corn doesn’t have the same prestige as that some flashier plants do when it comes to health and nutritional value. But this delicious summer food has been a dietary staple for thousands of years, and still enjoys immense popularity the world over. Several myths about corn’s (lack of) health benefits have withered away in recent years, and solid evidence supporting corn’s nutritional value has come to light. -healthfitnessrevolution

I love corn, grilled or just a plain boiled corn. With a bit of an experiment, I have found out that corn is also good with spinach and paprika. A real healthy simple recipe that I love to share. This is how.

200 grams corn (in a can or a fresh corn)
200 grams spinach
1 pc paprika
200 grams pork belly
5 tbs fish sauce
Ground pepper

Heat the pan with the oil and sautéed  the garlic, onion, and tomatoes.
Add the paprika, pork belly, ground pepper, and the fish sauce. Cover the pan for five minutes, then mix. Add the corn and cook in a medium heat until the sauce caramelized. (It takes a longer time to cook if you use a fresh corn) Add the spinach and cook for another three minutes. Serve hot with rice.

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