India Food Network
Nov 04, 2016
It has been around as long as we can remember. We use it to make curries, stir fries and even potions to cure cold and cough.
Therefore, cooking with haldi is an everyday affair for Indians. It has been a revelation of sorts for the West though.
Turmeric has got a newfound status at cafes from London and Sydney to San Francisco and Paris owing to its medicinal properties. Cold pressed turmeric is being added to cashew or almond milk to create a concoction called turmeric latte or the ‘golden milk’.
We found some super interesting recipes of turmeric latte on Pinterest, which bowled us over! Check them out.
Almond milk, ground ginger, turmeric, coconut sugar, vanilla bean paste and coffee make this turmeric latte every caffeine lover’s dream.
Love chai? Make a turmeric chai latte with ginger, cardamon, cinnamon, vanilla and turmeric of course!
And then there is pumpkin spice turmeric latte. Totally vegan and ready under 10 mins!
By Vegan Richa
Haldi doodh, the quintessential Indian medicine for cough and cold. Add in some saffron strands for that extra oomph!
Chill your turmeric latte on a hot summer day to get iced turmeric latte!
Substitute almond milk with soy milk and spike your turmeric latte with a chai mix.
By Hello Glow