The sunshine golden-colored spice called turmeric is known for its root origin. It tends to have a peppery-bitter taste, but it is popular in Indian and Asian cuisine as a coloring agent. When using it, just be aware that it can stain your hands and clothes with its strong color. As a member of the ginger family, it’s jam-packed with bursting spicy-tangy flavor that you can’t ignore. There are a vast variety of recipes that you can add to your list this year to challenge your cooking skills, and many uses for turmeric. Great for stews, spice blends, and most commonly used in curries, this special spice has properties that will exceed your expectations.
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