Turmeric pickle recipe

May 21, 2020

It is a member of the ginger family and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine.

✅It is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

✅antiviral

✅antibacterial

✅antiparasitic

✅helps with pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis

✅also helps with skin conditions like eczema.

✳️Important thing to Note

Research has found that consuming black pepper with turmeric (curcumin) increases its bioavailability.

I use the dried turmeric powder in my cooking daily in vegetables and lentils, rice pulavs and curries.

I also use the root as a pickle with the white turmeric.

Fresh turmeric pickle recipe –

This is one of the simplest turmeric pickle made with Just three ingredients

turmeric orange and yellow also called mango ginger root 3 large roots each

lemon juice 1 LIME

salt to taste

There is no cooking involved To make this pickle .

  1. Peel and chop the fresh turmeric roots. You can even slice the turmeric. Squeeze the lemon juice , add salt and then you are almost done with the pickle.
  2. Store it in a jar in the refrigerator. Shake the jar once everyday and keep back in the refrigerator. The lemon juice should completely cover the turmeric, otherwise the pickle may get spoiled.

✅The turmeric pickle can be served as a condiment before meals to aid digestion and also during the meals.

✅Turmeric is know for its immune boosting properties. Try to use in your sandwiches and wraps as well .

PLEASE NOTE

✳️✳️The turmeric stains everything yellow… Even your hands. So avoid using anything white like a white board or white napkin.✳️✳️

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