Impact of turmeric powder on gastronomy

 is a tropical plant that grows in hot-humid areas with high rainfall, and develops well in areas of high forest and low forest. This food provides nutrients such as Vitamins A, B1, B6, B12, C and E, minerals, amino acids, essential oils and flavonoids. In addition, it acts as a great antioxidant, taking care of cells from damage caused by free radicals.

In the case of turmeric powder, its color and flavor make a difference in the world of gastronomy, especially in the cuisine of the East, Middle East and Southeast Asia, although it is now becoming universally popular. One of the reasons for its popularity is that it can be easily supplemented with other spices and can also be used as a natural coloring.


It is precisely because of this versatility that turmeric can be easily included in:

  • Condiments and dressings

  • Infusions, drinks and smoothies

  • Noodles and pasta

  • Sauces and creams

  • Soups and stews.

Turmeric is also highly recommended for the health of the digestive system, for joint care, it also helps to stimulate the nervous system and contributes to the strengthening of the immune system.

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