3 Turmeric Ghee Recipes for Golden Nourishment
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Turmeric is one of the most beloved spices in the Ayurvedic kitchen, as versatile and delicious as it is beneficial to the body. There’s almost no end to the ways this golden rhizome can be incorporated into meals and recipes, which is why we created our brand new delicately spiced Turmeric Ghee.
Turmeric Ghee starts with a creamy base of our rich, pure ghee that we hand make in small batches from the finest organic, cultured butter from grass-fed and pasture-raised cows. From there, we add a blend of earthy golden turmeric and a hint of warm spices, including ginger, pippali, and black pepper.
The result is a creamy, subtly spiced blend to enhance your kitchen creations and nourish your well-being.
How to Enjoy Turmeric Ghee
This healthy and flavorful alternative to butter and oil can be used for cooking, baking, or as a simple topping. As a natural source of high-quality fat, you can feel confident adding Turmeric Ghee to almost any sweet or savory beverage, meal, or recipe.
If you want to keep things simple, enjoy this spiced ghee on top of soups, stews, or kitchari, or spread a layer on top of toast or baked goods. It makes a delicious golden drizzle for popcorn, a tasty base for sauces and dressings, and a luscious addition to warm drinks.
With a high smoke point, ghee also makes a versatile cooking oil. Turmeric Ghee pairs perfectly with roasted veggies, grain dishes, soups, and curries. Anywhere you would typically use a fat or oil, feel free to substitute this brightly colored spiced ghee instead.
Need some inspiration? Here are a few nourishing recipes to get you started!
Prep time: 5 minutes
Gently heat one cup of your preferred milk or milk alternative in a pan. Add the Turmeric Milk Mix when warm and stir well.
Pour into a mug and top it off with Turmeric Ghee. Mix well until the ghee is melted. You may also choose to use a frother or blender for a creamier blended beverage.
Prep time: 30 minutes
1 medium head of cauliflower
2 tablespoons Turmeric Ghee
½ teaspoon pippali powder
½ teaspoon salt
Wedge of fresh lemon
Heat oven to 400 degrees. Wash and dry the cauliflower, then break it into small florets. In a large bowl, toss the cauliflower with the ghee, pippali, and salt.
Spread florets evenly on a baking sheet, then bake for 20–25 minutes or until tender and lightly crisped. Serve warm with a squeeze of lemon.
Prep time: 10 minutes
Prepare the popcorn according to package directions. Melt the Turmeric Ghee and drizzle evenly over the popcorn, along with the Kitchari Spice Mix and salt. Carefully shake to get an even coating, and enjoy!
Ayurvedic tip: Pair your popcorn with Detox Digest tea to support balanced digestion.