Keeping a bottle of honey in your kitchen pantry is always a good thing. It enhances the flavor of your food while also making it healthier. Honey is also used as a home remedy for a variety of ailments. Thanks to the additional minerals, vitamins and nutrients it contains. In Ayurveda, honey is called  ‘Perfection of Sweet.' Having honey in lukewarm water every morning improves digestion and helps manage weight. And for its low glycemic index, it is a good sugar substitute that diabetics can consume. Honey tastes fantastic drizzled over steaming veggies and fresh fruit, as well as on toast and pancakes. Consider combining honey with other common flavors in your kitchen in addition to these. I'm sure it will change your mind for honey in the kitchen, and you'll never forget to include it on your grocery list.


Add honey to these: 

Honey and Salad Dressings: Using honey as the base for your salad dressing gives it a savory sweet flavor that everyone will enjoys! Just whisk together honey with olive oil and apple cider vinegar and drizzle over your favorite salad, this will make your salad extra delicious and indulgent 

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Add to Curries: While making an Indian style curry dish, drizzling a few drops of honey to nearly finished dish always helps enhancing the flavors and let the spices stand out adding a hint of sweetness.  

Sip with Honey: Sugar elimination is beneficial to your long-term health. If you can't think of a cup of coffee without two packets of sugar, it's time to reconsider your habits. Add honey to the mix for a tasty treat that also has health advantages. Not just coffee, honey can be added to any hot brew you love to have, or juices and smoothies.  

Bake with honey: Adding a small quantity of honey to your baked goods before baking them will make your baking scene great. This not only adds a sweet musky flavor to your recipes, but it also improves the texture. 

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Enjoy with Nuts: A smooth and silky drizzle of this golden nectar over a bowl of nuts will make you fall in love with it. You can bake it in the oven with some salt or black pepper and enjoy a sweet and salty snack with your family.   

Cheesy honey: Honey goes well with any creamy mild cheese, ricotta, any aged cheese or a tangy acidic cheese. Honey and cheese is surely a match made in heaven that can be served for breakfast or even as a dessert.  

Honey with Corn: Cook fresh corn, then combine equal parts melted butter and honey to make a snack that's as tasty as it is addictive. Add honey to the popcorn while it's still hot, stir to coat it thoroughly and binge on it while watching your favorite movie.  

Let us know if you've tried any honey-food pairings.