Onion Sauce

Benefits of Onions

Onions are low in calories yet high in nutrients, including vitamin C, B vitamins and potassium.
Research shows that eating onions may help reduce heart disease risk factors, such as high blood pressure, elevated triglyceride levels and inflammation.
Red onions are rich in anthocyanins, which are powerful plant pigments that may protect against heart disease, certain cancers and diabetes.
A diet rich in allium vegetables like onions may have a protective effect against certain cancers.
Due to the many beneficial compounds found in onions,

consuming them may help reduce high blood sugar.
Studies show that onion consumption is associated with

improved bone mineral density.
Onions have been shown to inhibit the growth of potentially

harmful bacteria like E. coli and S. aureus.
Onions are a rich source of prebiotics, which help boost

digestive health, improve bacterial balance in your gut and

benefit your immune system.

 

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In a fry pan drop 2 table spoons of Olive Oil

Sprinkle Black pepper 

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1 Tea spoon of Turmeric

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Mix well and let it fry until the onions are cooked

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Once they are ready 

blend them to turn into a sauce/dip.

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Place in a bowl and add a tea spoon of glazed soya sauce

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This sauce is great on a salad or with grilled fish

Some Facts of Onions

Onions consist mostly of water, carbs, and fiber. Their main fibers, fructans, can feed the friendly bacteria in your gut, though they may cause digestive problems in some people.
Onions contain decent amounts of vitamin C, folate, vitamin B6, and potassium, which provide a number of benefits.
Onions are rich in plant compounds and antioxidants, especially quercetin and sulfur-containing compounds. Colorful varieties, such as yellow or red ones, pack more antioxidants than white ones.
Onions have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. They may lower blood sugar levels, improve bone health, and reduce the risk of several types of cancers.
Onions may cause adverse digestive effects in some people, and raw onion can cause eye and mouth irritation. Onions may be toxic to some animals.