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Turmeric vanilla coffee

Turmeric coffee final

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Usually Indian women use turmeric as a facial cleanser and exfoliant. My mom used to prepare turmeric milk when we had cold. Winter calls for a cold so wanted to try turmeric milk and hubby loves coffee so thought of adding a bit of ground coffee in the same milk and tried to convert this to a hot coffee drink, which would be perfect for the weather.

About the taste it tasted like caramel coffee bit salty and flavor of turmeric taste in vanilla coffee and after sipping this I could feel ease in breathing with my blocked nose.

Health benefits:

Ginger and turmeric are two powerful spices that have been used widely throughout history for both culinary and medical purposes. Using these spices in recipes provides a way to season a variety of foods without adding sodium or fat. As supplements, ginger has been frequently used in traditional and herbal medicines and turmeric has long been used to treat various physical ailments.

Serves- 2
Preparation time- 5 minutes
Cooking time- 15 minutes

Ingredients:

  • Almond milk/ any milk of choice- 3 cups
  • Ground instant coffee-2 tbsp (or as per the taste)
  • Turmeric-2 tsp
  • Vanilla extract-2 tsp
  • Freshly grated ginger-1 tsp
  • Stevia/any sweetner-2 tsp (or as per taste)

Procedure:

  • Add milk to a small saucepan and heat on a medium flame until it comes to boil
  • Then add turmeric, ginger and simmer for 10-12 or until it thickens a bit.
  • Now add ground coffee, sweetener, vanilla to two mugs .
  • Pour a Small amount of hot milk into mugs and stir to create a liquid paste, ensuring there are no lumps.
  • Then add the remaining milk to mugs and enjoy hot drink.

 

Note:

  • I boiled ginger, turmeric along with milk so that it reduces the raw taste
  • You could prepare this drink with the milk of your choice. If you decide to go with a lower calorie milk such as almond or cashew milk, you could add a bit of coconut cream.
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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on January 23, 2015, in Juices/Beverages and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 45 Comments.

  1. 5:40 pm here in the USA wine time. Looks good though

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  2. Great post, Chitra! I have never used turmeric.. But I always learn so much from you! I would definitely be interested in trying this… Especially if it helps a stuffy nose! ❤️

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  3. Yum!

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  4. Reblogged this on Travels with Mary and commented:
    Yum…. sounds great!

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  5. Oh ya even my mother gives turmeric powder milk when I catch cold:-)even tukk date whenever I have cold I do this.. Nice share

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  6. Even I used to take turmeric milk daily… 🙂 But, turmeric in coffee! You are unbelievable!!! I guess, your kitchen gives lots of surprises to your family 🙂 Great tip for winter!
    Happy weekend, TC! Keep smiling 🙂

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  7. Jayashree Sundarraj

    hello coffee recepie was very nice. in isckon bangalore they are preparing ginger herbal coffee it was extremely good tried but failed. have any idea they told 16 herbs they add for it. i tried but—please came to know post it. even i will post if i came to know.

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  8. was drinking turmeric milk yesterday for my cold.. turmeric coffee sounds even more interesting 🙂

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  9. The snow’s coming down sideways here just now – this just might be the thing to help me beat the chills this weekend.

    Thanks! 🙂

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  10. Turmeric in coffee is something new, does it not add to the bitter taste of coffee. I will try it sometime definitely 🙂

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  11. One of my favorite hot drinks is milk, turmeric, black pepper and a spoon of honey. I drink it especially if I have a cold. Love this one too, the health benefits of turmeric are immense,

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  12. I will be making this! Looks like the perfect warming beverage.

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  13. Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser.

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  14. What a great idea, Chitra! I’ve tried adding turmeric into milk, ginger and lemon hot drink, carrot juice but never tried it with coffee. As I love coffee, I’m gonna definitely try it 🙂

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