Turmeric powder with a golden-yellow colour from the garden. Carcumin (colour property) concentration is high in this plant. It’s a popular type in India, where turmeric is commonly used as a primary colourant in ‘curries.’ Turmeric has a flavour that is moderate, earthy, and woody. It aids in protein digestion and acts as a blood purifier. Turmeric has been used as a food colouring ingredient since 600 B.C. Turmeric was known as Indian Saffron in mediaeval Europe. Turmeric is used by Hindus in India to marinade fish before cooking. Turmeric is used in Indian cooking as a colouring and flavouring element. Turmeric solutions have long been used to heal wounds, eye infections, and the common cold. Spice conjures up memories of lavish feasts, exotic scents, celebratory dishes, and tantalising garnishes; in other words, spice encapsulates everything good in life. Those in the industry, on the other hand, know that there are few more difficult fields to enter than spices. It’s a large order to demand constant excellence, but quality isn’t a choice. Everest, a pioneer in the spice industry, places a premium on quality. But Everest Masala is more than just’spices,’ because to spice up everything in life demands passion, which is why Everest is the country’s number one spice brand today. Everest’s mission has always been to enable every mother to get the best flavour in food and gain her approval for it. In other words, it’s a mother’s best friend to provide her with the ultimate satisfaction of having her family love and enjoy her cooking.
Shelf life : 12 Months
A garden-fresh turmeric powder