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    Default Where do you use turmeric spice?

    Can you please give me ideas where you use this spice?

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    Any Mexican inspired dishes eg Nachos, Tacos.

    I make everything from scratch and never use flavour satchets. eg for Mexican dishes I use a combination of turmeric, cumin, chilli

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    SE Asian curry pastes.

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    I prefer scratch also.... Satchels I don't like.

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    Golden milk tea, super charged hot chocolate, curries, salad dressings, rice dishes, pretty much anything I put spices into ill use it.

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    In my butter chicken, in scrambled eggs or omelettes , fried rice, stir frys

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Golden milk tea, super charged hot chocolate, curries, salad dressings, rice dishes, pretty much anything I put spices into ill use it.
    This It is so good for you! You can easily slip a little bit into soups, curried mince, fritters, as well


 

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