Turmeric

Its yellow color is due to a natural pigment, the curcumin, which has a beneficial effect on the human body. Turmeric is widely used in the cuisines of South Asia. It has a spicy taste, and adds a bitter and sour flavor to the dishes.

Available in the following pack sizes

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Available pack sizes
PackagingGround
Glass 40 gr
Prof. Sachet 400 gr
Ingredients/Characteristics

It pairs very well with chicken and seafood, as well as with meat, fish, vegetables, eggs, soups, curry recipes and salad dressings. Try it with noodles and rice and add small Asian touches to your everyday food.

More information about turmeric

The turmeric comes from the root of a tree of the ginger family, and in reality it is very similar to ginger when it is fresh. The stems are boiled, dried and ground into powder.

The turmeric is usually not used on its own. Instead, it is used along with spice blends for curry and rubbing on meats. If you do not want to spend much to buy saffron, you can add a few pinches of turmeric and give this bright yellow color to your food. The spices have different flavors (saffron is more floral), but both are strong coloring agents.

Recipes using turmeric

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