The color of food is an important indicator.
Color Psychology and Food
- Green This is a sign of vitamins, nutrients, and a good choice.
- Red often tells us what we’re about to eat is sweet, or ripe and rich in umami.
- WhiteWhen viewed as an absence of color it implies a complete lack of taste.
White is bland, boring and devoid of any nutritional value. It does not elicit instant hunger like a vibrantly colored dish.
What a shame, when it is actually a reflection for every color of the spectrum. White can take on any color and hide a variety of spices. That’s why curry, found in every brilliant hue under the sun, is a particularly dangerous dish to cloak in bright white.
This recipe is sure to be your new favorite. This is curry in a different color.
What is White Curry Curry?
Coconut milk has a creamy texture that is commonly used as a base for curries. It smoothes out the hot spices, and provides a cooling finish. Most are tinted with yellow turmeric, and/or red or green chilies, but there’s more than one way to add a fiery bite to your food. To add heat to my white curry, I use pale Hungarian wand peppers and tiny but mighty…