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I present you here a magnificent turmeric "fingers", this rhizome of curcuma longa that I also propose you in powder. This time, you benefit from a very beautiful whole product that you can use as you wish to flavour all your preparations
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Turmeric is a spice that is very well known to lovers of Asian flavours. It is found in the famous curry. It can be found in two forms: in powder or in fingers. Turmeric "fingers" is simply the rhizome, that is to say the root of turmeric longa. So today I present you the whole version of this spice. I have found for you an absolutely delicious spice that develops many flavors. Coming from India, this product of very beautiful quality is dehydrated. In this way, it preserves all its flavors perfectly while offering you a long conservation. You can choose to grate it to keep some delicate pieces or to reduce it to powder. If we find turmeric "fingers" in curry, we taste it in other spice mixtures such as ras-el-Hanout, colombo, tajine spices, the Reunionese carry, etc. Turmeric is a wonderful spice that can be used in many dishes and allows you to take a real taste trip around the world, well beyond India where it originated.
Finger turmeric has a slightly peppery yet mild flavour. But above all, this spice is extremely fragrant. There is a slight bitterness at the end, which is not at all disturbing.
Cultivated in India since ancient times, turmeric is a plant that has very pretty flowers between pink and purple. This herbaceous perennial plant of the Zingiberaceae family (to which ginger and cardamom belong for example) has rhizomes. It is precisely these roots that we eat. They are in the form of fingers, which explains the name of this spice. The harvest can be operated approximately 7 to 8 months after its plantation. These famous rhizomes are then harvested and marketed in the form of fingers or reduced to powder.
As I mentioned, turmeric is used all over the world. Each country finds a taste interest in it, you only have to eat it once to understand it. If you like fragrant dishes, there is no doubt that you will love turmeric "fingers".
For your appetizer, I suggest a very light soup full of flavors. Peel the potatoes, carrots and onions. Cook them in a pot of water, add salt and a stock cube. When the vegetables are well cooked, mix and add fresh cream and grated or ground turmeric. You can even add a little ginger to spice up your soup.
This magnificent dish will make the unanimity around you. Simple to make, it is simply delicious. Peel the prawns, making sure to keep the tails. Leave them to marinate for an hour with olive oil and finely grated turmeric. Fry the leek whites for a few minutes and add the marinade to the shrimp. Let the shrimp brown and add some fresh cream. Add a little basil at the end of the cooking time and serve with basmati rice.
This may seem surprising at first, and I hear you loud and clear. However, gastronomy is made to surprise, let yourself be tempted and taste new flavours. The recipe is simple since we take the fundamentals of pound cake namely 180 g of flour, 180 g of sugar, 180 g of melted butter and 3 eggs. Don't forget to add ½ sachet of yeast. Mix all the ingredients together and simply add 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder. Not only will this flavor your cake, but this spice will give it a beautiful color.
Finger turmeric is known not only for its taste, but also for its health benefits. Finger turmeric contains curcumin which is a powerful antioxidant. This helps to protect against cell aging. Turmeric also works favorably on various inflammations, especially joint inflammations. Eating food containing curcumin also promotes digestion. Combining the pleasure of taste with easier digestion is simple and pleasant. Turmeric could have a preventive effect on Alzheimer's disease, this is what scientists are trying to prove more precisely, and the same for certain cancers. Finally, curcumin strengthens the cardiovascular system and acts favorably on the stomach and liver.
It is preferable to store turmeric "fingers" away from light and moisture in an airtight container.
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