Turmeric - ingredient of curry
You have certainly heard of turmeric, maybe you have even tried it. If you don't know exactly what to do with it, we'll be happy to enlighten you. Even if you haven't consciously seasoned with turmeric yet, we're pretty sure you've tried it and it's probably even in your spice rack. Because: turmeric is a classic ingredient in curry. The yellow color that curry possesses comes from turmeric. Furthermore, spices such as chili, cumin, fenugreek and coriander can be found in curry. But that is only in passing.
Turmeric - spicy and exotic at the same time
While curry is thus a spice mixture, turmeric is extracted from the plant tuber. This looks very similar to ginger and can be dried and ground to add flavor to dishes. Turmeric originally comes from India and China and has been cultivated there for more than 5,000 years. If you want to vary the flavor of your dishes, turmeric is a great way to add sophisticated exotic spice. Let a touch of India enter your kitchen and try something new.
Turmeric - versatile seasoning
Turmeric is also known as turmeric, yellow ginger or saffron root. When you hear these names, you know that it is turmeric. By the way, you can use turmeric in numerous dishes, the spice provides a spicy, slightly bitter taste. It goes well with meat, rice, vegetables, fish, poultry, chutneys, sauces, soups, stews, salads and even desserts. You can mix turmeric and other spices into the so-called Golden Milk, which will give you a good start to the day. Alternatively, you can get a Golden Milk spice blend in our store. Otherwise, we offer turmeric in different quantities, so you can always stock up.