Turmeric Milk


Turmeric has been recognized by yogis and ayurvedic healers since ancient times for its manyhealing properties.
Grown mainly in India, the turmeric root is a close cousin to ginger root. It is dried and ground into a fine powder, brilliant gold in color, and used in many Indian recipes.Turmeric is considered highly auspicious in India and has been used extensively in various Indian ceremonies. Even today it is used in every part of India during wedding ceremonies and religious ceremonies.
Turmeric can be consumed as Turmeric Tea , Turmeric Milk, Turmeric smoothie etc.
Lets see how Turmeric Milk is made. 

1) Turmeric Paste - 1/2 Tsp
2) Milk - 1 Cup
3) Ginger grated - Pinch
4) Cardamom powder - 1/8 Tsp
5) Ground Pepper - 1/8 Tsp
6) Palm Sugar - as per taste
7) Saffron - few strands
8) Water - little

* Place a pan on medium heat, add grated ginger and little water to boil (sometimes fresh ginger may curdle the milk.so I boil it in water to prevent that)
* Then add the milk, turmeric paste, ground cardamom, ground pepper and allow it boil.
* Then add palm sugar (panam karkandu) to it. once the palm sugar is dissolved strain it into a glass and top it of with saffron and serve.
* Milk and Turmeric provides bone health
* Powerful anti-oxidant
* Cure cough and cold
* Can treat diarrhea and indigestion
* Helps in blood purification and liver detox and much more

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