Thai turmeric 100 g and 500 g

Thai turmeric 100 g and 500 g

8.95 14.95 

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Thai Turmeric Powder.

Add an exotic touch to your cooking with Thai Turmeric powder. Try Thai turmeric and enjoy its exotic flavours and numerous health benefits.

What you need to know about Turmeric from Thailand.

Thai turmeric, also known as aromatic turmeric. Its intense aroma and sweet, spicy taste. The plant is a beautiful, colorful flower with long leaves called “Siam tulip”. Its name comes from its resemblance to the common tulip. Turmeric powder is extracted from the root or rhizome. A variety of turmeric grown in Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand. This spice is known for its intense aroma and sweet-tart taste, as well as for its medicinal properties.

What are the differences between Thai and Indian Turmeric?

The two Turmerics are quite similar, but when you’re a connoisseur, it’s easy to tell the difference. Thai is yellow-orange in color, while Indian is yellow or even bright yellow, depending on the region of production.
Turméric Thaï is less fatty and has a more discreet, but also more persistent aroma. Thai turmeric is prized for its mild flavor and complex aroma. Both can be used for infusions and cooking, but I’d give preference to Thai Turmeric as a hot drink and Indian Turmeric for cooking and rich dishes. Once again, it’s a matter of taste, and I’ll let you make up your own mind.
Both contain curcumin, a medicinal ingredient that can be used for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Note that Thai Turmeric is generally richer in curcumin.

Uses of Thai Turmeric.

Thai turmeric is used to add a zesty flavor and unique aroma to Thai cuisine. It is also used in traditional medicine to treat various health problems such as joint pain, indigestion and skin problems. It can be used in cooking or as a dietary supplement, depending on your needs and preferences.
In addition to its culinary and medicinal uses, Thai turmeric is also used to dye traditional Thai textiles. Yellow-orange pigments extracted from turmeric roots are used to dye the robes of Buddhist monks. Some tribes use it for clothing and fabrics, producing rich, colorful patterns.

Turmeric Thaï dosages.

 

Turmeric is usually measured out by the spoonful. Note that Indian turmeric is “fatter” than Thai. In cooking, it can be used as a coloring agent or as a spice.

  • The colorant dosage is 1/4 teaspoon, adjusted by eye according to the desired color.
  • As a spice: Traditionally, one to two heaping tablespoons per dish serving 2 to 4 people. Of course, you’ll need to adjust the dosage according to the quantity of water and the number of guests. I would add that the most important thing is to adjust it to your personal taste.
  • As an infusion: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per mug and plenty of hot water.

Thai turmeric is used in Thai cuisine to flavor curries, soups, meat and fish dishes and vegetables. It is often combined with other herbs and spices such as lemongrass, galanga, coriander and chilli to create tasty, aromatic dishes. It can be used in cooking to add flavor and depth to your dishes, or as a dietary supplement to benefit from its medicinal properties.

 

Turmeric from Thailand Thai Turmeric 100-and-500-g

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Turmeric Thai 100 g, Turmeric Thai 500 g

8.95 14.95 

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Thai Turmeric Powder.

Add an exotic touch to your cooking with Thai Turmeric powder. Try Thai turmeric and enjoy its exotic flavours and numerous health benefits.

What you need to know about Turmeric from Thailand.

Thai turmeric, also known as aromatic turmeric. Its intense aroma and sweet, spicy taste. The plant is a beautiful, colorful flower with long leaves called “Siam tulip”. Its name comes from its resemblance to the common tulip. Turmeric powder is extracted from the root or rhizome. A variety of turmeric grown in Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand. This spice is known for its intense aroma and sweet-tart taste, as well as for its medicinal properties.

What are the differences between Thai and Indian Turmeric?

The two Turmerics are quite similar, but when you’re a connoisseur, it’s easy to tell the difference. Thai is yellow-orange in color, while Indian is yellow or even bright yellow, depending on the region of production.
Turméric Thaï is less fatty and has a more discreet, but also more persistent aroma. Thai turmeric is prized for its mild flavor and complex aroma. Both can be used for infusions and cooking, but I’d give preference to Thai Turmeric as a hot drink and Indian Turmeric for cooking and rich dishes. Once again, it’s a matter of taste, and I’ll let you make up your own mind.
Both contain curcumin, a medicinal ingredient that can be used for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Note that Thai Turmeric is generally richer in curcumin.

Uses of Thai Turmeric.

Thai turmeric is used to add a zesty flavor and unique aroma to Thai cuisine. It is also used in traditional medicine to treat various health problems such as joint pain, indigestion and skin problems. It can be used in cooking or as a dietary supplement, depending on your needs and preferences.
In addition to its culinary and medicinal uses, Thai turmeric is also used to dye traditional Thai textiles. Yellow-orange pigments extracted from turmeric roots are used to dye the robes of Buddhist monks. Some tribes use it for clothing and fabrics, producing rich, colorful patterns.

Turmeric Thaï dosages.

 

Turmeric is usually measured out by the spoonful. Note that Indian turmeric is “fatter” than Thai. In cooking, it can be used as a coloring agent or as a spice.

  • The colorant dosage is 1/4 teaspoon, adjusted by eye according to the desired color.
  • As a spice: Traditionally, one to two heaping tablespoons per dish serving 2 to 4 people. Of course, you’ll need to adjust the dosage according to the quantity of water and the number of guests. I would add that the most important thing is to adjust it to your personal taste.
  • As an infusion: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per mug and plenty of hot water.

Thai turmeric is used in Thai cuisine to flavor curries, soups, meat and fish dishes and vegetables. It is often combined with other herbs and spices such as lemongrass, galanga, coriander and chilli to create tasty, aromatic dishes. It can be used in cooking to add flavor and depth to your dishes, or as a dietary supplement to benefit from its medicinal properties.

 

Turmeric from Thailand Thai Turmeric 100-and-500-g

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Turmeric Thai 100 g, Turmeric Thai 500 g

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