Ground turmeric 45g

Turmeric combines with rice, meat, fish or bean dishes. It is part of seasonings, such as curry, and adds a sweet touch, with a bitter and spicy nuance to dishes.

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Origin of turmeric

Turmeric is a plant that belongs to the zingiberaceae family, the same as ginger and is native to southwestern India. It has a sweet taste with a slightly spicy touch that has an ocher-orange color, with an odor reminiscent of ginger and orange.



Turmeric benefits

  • Relieves an upset stomach
  • It is a powerful anti-inflammatory
  • Contains cardioprotective properties
  • Improves liver function due to its antioxidant characteristics.
  • Consuming turmeric helps to unify the skin.


What is turmeric used for in cooking?

Turmeric is a versatile ingredient that provides flavor and color, it can be a substitute for saffron but a small amount is added, a dessert spoonful to obtain a bright yellow color. It is a spice that combines well with cumin or pepper.

It can be used in different ways: as a dressing with roasted vegetables, in soups, with rice, in infusions and in smoothies "golden milk" can be prepared which is very nutritious and healthy ideal to drink hot or cold. It also combines well with fruits such as apple, citrus, mango, and nuts.


Recipes of Turmeric

Cous Cous with squid in its ink

Turmeric milk (or golden milk)

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