Turmeric has been shown to help against high cholesterol, osteoarthritis, and itching, and early research suggests that it could be useful in treating or preventing a variety of ailments, including depression, diabetes, and joint pain, among others.
To top it all off, turmeric also tastes great in all manner of dishes! It's an important spice in South Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine; you might know the distinctive taste (and color) from its popular use in curries. Of course, it’s not limited to curries--turmeric can be used to flavor soups, drinks, noodles, and more. Here are some of our favorite ways to use it.
When it gets chilly out, sip on this Turmeric Ginger Tea. It warms you from the inside out and nourishes your whole being.
This Turmeric Butternut Blender Soup is creamy without any cream, dairy or otherwise, and incredibly flavorful!
Wake up to a good morning with vibrant color and loads of flavor, basically like summer in a glass. You do know how good fresh turmeric is for you, right? Combine it with milk, chia seeds, and a 100% pure maple syrup from Canada and all the goodness comes together beautifully!
Turmeric Ginger Lemonade with fresh Mint is great for fighting fatigue and reducing inflammation in the body. It's quick to make, naturally sweetened, and super refreshing!
These Turmeric Noodle Bowls with Ginger Garlic Shrimp are a must-make meal that’s ready in 30 minutes! Turmeric-soaked noodles get tossed with ginger garlic shrimp, basil, and cilantro.
This meal combines gingered tofu with okra, tomato, and turmeric to make an amazing meal that every vegetarian can enjoy.
Indian curries have been spicing things up in the kitchen for thousands of years. Taste a bit of history with this hearty, classic dish, a distinctive, flavorful stew of tender lamb and earthy potatoes, sweetened with sautéed onions.
This Pumpkin Chipotle Alfredo Pasta has a creamy, luscious Alfredo taste (without the butter and heavy cream) combined with the wholesome goodness of zucchini pasta!