Few interesting ways to use Turmerix powder
Turmeric powder has been almost indispensable in almost all types of cuisines in Southeast Asian countries. It not only adds flavour and aroma to the food but also enriches it with a host of health benefits.
Turmeric powder is a wonderfully diverse spice that can be added to a vast range of dishes, drinks, and remedies. It is an excellent way to spice things up in the kitchen while at the same time giving your body the natural benefits it deserves. You can also create a range of home remedies with minimal effort!
I. TURMERIC POWDER RECIPES
We’ve listed here for you few easy to make recipes with Turmeric powder to help you get started with Turmerix. Once you get more confident about cooking meals with Turmeric powder, you can start experimenting with your creations – if you do, be sure to share your best with us!
(A)Turmeric Powder Drink Recipe for ‘Golden Milk’ Tea
You are likely acquainted with several power drinks, but are you familiar with Golden Milk? Such an interesting name for a potent herbal drink made with Turmeric and a variety of natural ingredients. While it may seem strange at first, you’ll quickly find the unique flavours comforting – not to mention the health benefits you’ll enjoy! This Turmeric powder drink recipe can help boost immune function, digestion, liver function and a variety of other processes, plus its full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s perfect as a daily cup before bed for improved relaxation, but feel free to brew some up whenever you like!
- 2 cups of milk of your liking (Dairy / Pecan / Almond / Coconut – all work in this recipe)
- One teaspoon Turmerix
- 1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon (optional)
- One teaspoon Maple syrup or raw honey to taste (optional)
- A Pinch of Black Pepper (increases absorption) (optional)
- Small piece of freshly peeled Ginger root or 1/4 tsp Ginger powder (optional)
- Pinch of Cayenne pepper (optional)
First, blend all the ingredients until smooth in a high-speed blender. Then, pour into a small saucepan and medium heat it for 3 to 5 minutes, remember not to boil it. Drink immediately.
Note: This may stain blenders and countertops, although the colour will eventually fade and is not harmful. Double or halve the recipe as required.
(B) Turmeric Tonic Recipe
If you’re looking for something slightly sweet, wonderfully earthy and power-packed with nutrients to start your day, this is the perfect recipe. This Turmeric tonic recipe gives you all the health benefits condensed into a delicious, natural drink to kick start the day. You don’t even need a proper juicer to prepare it! What you’ll need.
To begin with, you’ll need a healthy supply of Turmerix at hand. We’ll also add:
- Ginger – to pack an extra anti-inflammatory agent and a boost to absorption and digestion
- Coconut water – for hydration, nourishment, vitamins, and minerals
- Orange or Lemon – Adds a refreshing flavour and rich in antioxidants and vitamin C
- Carrot – Protects cell damage and rich in Vitamin A which is suitable for a healthy skin
- Honey or Maple syrup – brings out a sweet flavour
- Black pepper – Increases bioavailability by activating the Curcumin
- Cayenne or Cinnamon – Optional add-ons which aid digestion
- 2 cups coconut water (or filtered water)
- ½ to 1 tsp of Turmerix
- 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger
- Juice from 1 lemon or Orange
- One medium Carrot
- 1 tbsp raw Honey or real Maple syrup
- A pinch of Black pepper
- Optional: A pinch of Cayenne or Cinnamon
You will need to put all ingredients together and blend until smooth in a high-speed blender. Drink as is or strain before serving. Easy!
II. TURMERIC POWDER HOME REMEDIES:
Turmeric Mouthwash Paste
While most people will connect Turmeric as a spice that adds flavour and a distinct colour to curries than as an effective therapy to maintain oral hygiene, it has been proven to keep your teeth and gums healthy. We all know that excellent oral care is critical, so why not utilise your Turmeric powder to its fullest potential? Plus, by making your own, you’ll avoid the cost of expensive mouthwash off the counter of your local supermarket or chemist.
- ½ teaspoon Turmerix
- 100ml water
- Optional: Few drops of peppermint oil to add fragrance and flavour to the mix
This simple Turmeric mouthwash is simple to make. You would need to stir Turmerix powder into the warm water. If you wish, you may add peppermint oil to the solution. Swish around the mouth for 10 seconds, being sure to cover as much surface area as possible. Spit into the bathroom sink and repeat 2 or 3 times if desired.
Using Turmeric as a mouthwash is an excellent way to keep your oral health in check through a natural, inexpensive remedy. If your teeth begin to yellow from the natural colour of the powder, use a baking soda paste combined with water to brush your teeth afterwards. It is recommended that you thoroughly rinse your teeth afterwards and avoid using this paste more than twice a week.
III. TURMERIC BLACK PEPPER SUPPLEMENT
A tub of Turmerix is a unique formula that harnesses the power of Turmeric powder by combining it with black pepper and 16 other wholesome ingredients. If you are searching for a consumable Turmeric powder with black pepper, then you have here what you need. Turmerix gives you the option to include this in your daily diet through any number of recipes and give your body the much-needed boost, not to mention helping you expand your repertoire in the kitchen. Using Turmeric in this form provides a far greater bioavailability and a more diverse range of health benefits, in addition, you can use it as a food supplement. In powdered form, you can add Turmerix to a vast range of dishes and drinks, plus a variety of home remedies for your oral health, skin and more. Watch this space to find more such exciting and nutritious recipes using Turmeric powder.
Once you get more familiar with Turmerix, you’ll find it easy to experiment and create your healthy recipe ideas. We would love to hear from you, and showcase new cooking ideas from your kitchen, make sure to share your progress with us!