40 Tasty Ways to Use Turmeric

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Yes, turmeric is great for your health, but how should you use it? Here are 40 tasty recipes to add more turmeric to your diet!

You may have heard that turmeric is a super healthy spice, with great anti-inflammatory properties. But how should you use it?

Turmeric is best known as one of the major spices used in curry (that’s what gives many curry dishes their beautiful golden color). But you don’t want to be eating curry for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, right?

Never fear – we’ve got you covered! From PaleoHacks, here is a great list of 40 different ways to add turmeric to your favorite recipes, and also branch out to find new and delicious turmeric treats as well! From snacks to beverages, and sauces to desserts, here are some tasty ways to use turmeric:

1. Turmeric Coconut Latte

Blend this mix of (non-coffee) ingredients in before adding it in your French press for a brightly-colored antioxidant drink.

Recipe: Turmeric Coconut Latte

2. Spiced Zucchini Beef

This quick and easy dinner is chock full of healthy spices, including paprika, cumin, cayenne, sesame seeds, fennel seeds and maca powder.

Recipe: Spiced Zucchini Beef

3. Ginger Turmeric Chicken

Roast a whole chicken with a Thai-inspired twist: covering the whole shebang with a spice mixture of garlic, salt, ginger and turmeric.

Recipe: Ginger Turmeric Chicken

4. Ginger Carrot Soup

The refreshing flavors of ginger, turmeric and carrot shine brightly in this velvety blended soup.

Recipe: Ginger Carrot Soup

5. Turmeric Plantain Chips

Tired of kale trips? Try crisping up these plantain slices to amp up your snack routine.

Recipe: Turmeric Plantain Chips

6. Turmeric-Garlic Shrimp with Cabbage-Mango Slaw

Try this well-balanced, sweet-salty dish with sautéed shrimp and crispy slaw.

Recipe: Turmeric-Garlic Shrimp with Cabbage-Mango Slaw

Find photos + 34 more turmeric recipes at PaleoHacks.com.

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