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10 Amazing Turmeric Recipes

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August 26, 2013 by Hannah Healy, Updated September 24, 2018
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Because turmeric has so many health benefits, I often get asked what you can use turmeric in. So today I’d like to share with you 10 turmeric recipes that will show you the range of things you can do with turmeric.
Health Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric is a deep orange root from India that is used as a spice in a lot of eastern dishes. It has a wonderfully earthy and exotic flavor along with many health benefits:
Turmeric has strong anti-oxidant properties that may help prevent cancer (source 1, 2).
Turmeric is also one of the most potent natural anti-inflammatories (source)
It may help with sprains, strains and other issues related to inflammation (source 1, 2).
Learn more about the health benefits of turmeric here.
Make sure you’re using the RIGHT Turmeric
If you’re impressed with this miracle root, start using it in your everyday cooking! There are lots of turmeric recipes to choose from. I usually add a little bit to any dish that I’m sautéing on the stovetop like stir-frys, scrambles, lentils, etc.
To obtain all of the good benefits from turmeric, make sure you get non-irradiated, organic turmeric. Other brands may be so processed that they barely contain any healing properties. You can see an example of non-irradiated turmeric here. Be careful of where you put it though, it’s color is so strong that it can dye whatever in comes into contact with, like a dishtowel, white shirt or even a wooden spoon!
If you prefer not to use it in cooking, but you still want the benefits, buy it in capsule form.
10 Amazing Turmeric Recipes:
1. Sprouted Lentil Veggie Burger with turmeric- Healy Eats Real

These sprouted lentil veggie burgers are one of my favorite turmeric recipes. The turmeric adds a nice spice! They are great for lunch on the go or an easy dinner.
Click here to see the full recipe!

2. Anti-Inflammatory Watermelon Pineapple Turmeric Smoothie– A Harmony Healing

I love the unique idea of putting turmeric into a smoothie. I usually associate turmeric with savory dishes and didn’t even think about putting it in a sweet dish. Pairing it with watermelon and pineapple seems like a good fit and looks delicious!
See the full recipe here!
3. Turmeric Pickles– Conscious Health

I love pickled vegetables and these turmeric pickles sound great. Turmeric is not only a spice, it is a root that can be eaten fresh. It’s very similar in appearance to ginger.
See the full recipe here!
4. Orange Turmeric Cake– Strayed From the Table

This cake looks so amazing! I love the deep rich yellow color of it and I bet the turmeric adds a lovely dimension of flavor.
Click here to see the full recipe!
5. Anti-inflamatory Turmeric Tea– Autoimmune Paleo

Tea is a great way to benefit from the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric. This tea has a number of other naturally beneficial ingredients like ginger!
See the full recipe here!
6. Turmeric Spiced Kale Scramble– Healy Eats Real

I love this simple breakfast, it can be made in about 5 minutes! Always make sure to use pastured eggs.
See the full recipe here!
7. South African Hot Toddy– Homemade Mommy

If you like whiskey, this south african hot toddy can be a soothing cocktail! You can enjoy it with raw milk, but if you’re dairy-free, substitute the regular milk with coconut or almond milk.
Click here for the full recipe!
8. Real Food Hangover Cure– The Polivka Family

After you have all those hot toddys you may need a cure for your hangover! This recipe uses turmeric to help detox the liver and relieve nausea.
See the full recipe here!
9. Turmeric Mask for Youthful Skin– Mommypotamus

Because turmeric is such a powerful anti-oxidant, it is commonly used in India to revive skin and smooth lines.
Click here to see the full recipe!
10. Anti-Inflammatory for an Eye Stye– The Polivka Family

This is a great little story from the polivka family. On the fly she whips up a turmeric cream to help the swelling go down on her eye.

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