How To Take Vegan Recipes To The Next Level

People who go vegan are always on the lookout for the best and most delicious vegan recipes. There are a lot of them and the list is definitely upgradeable. However, what if you could add one of the most powerful herb to a vegan recipe? This is not about any herb but one that has been proved to provide an enormous impact on one’s health ranging from fighting cancer more effectively than chemotherapy to preventing so many diseases that it almost seems miraculous. It’s about turmeric which has anti-inflammatory properties avoiding the hardening of arteriosclerosis just to name one of its awesome health benefits. The following vegan recipes should give you excellent recipes ideas with the turmeric ingredient.

“Turmeric has been growing in popularity, and it’s no wonder why. This amazing root has so many health benefits. It’s said to have anti-inflammatory benefits, prevent cancer, and Alzhiemer’s disease, and even prevent cold and flu. Sounds like something you’d want to have every day, right? Just a little bit goes a long way, so it’s easy to find ways to include turmeric in your everyday diet — and there are so many different ways you can do that.

Turmeric is popular in a lot of Indian foods, like this Spiced Coconut Dal, curries, and thisSouth Indian Mashed Pumpkin. You may have also come across turmeric in a recipe for tofu scramble. This Sweet Potato and Tofu Scramble Mega Breakfast Burrito and this Creamy Chia Cheddar Sauce both use just a pinch of turmeric as a natural yellow food coloring. It can also be used to give desserts color; this Orange Mango Mini Cheesecake wouldn’t have its gorgeous orange-colored swirl if it weren’t for turmeric. You’ve probably heard of golden milk, too — a drink made from warm, spiced non-dairy milk combined with turmeric paste. Well, this Tasty Turmeric Latte puts a new spin on it. Turmeric has a distinct warm, peppery flavor but when you use just a little bit in sweets, you can’t taste a thing. But if you love the taste of turmeric, then we have so many recipes that you have to try.

We’ve got so many turmeric recipes for you to try, but we’ve made it easy for you to get started. Try these 15 recipes!

1. Creamy Mushrooms and Spinach With Turmeric Quinoa

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Whenever you crave something nutritious and quick, this Creamy Mushrooms and Spinach With Turmeric Quinoa is here for you! Mushrooms and spinach are cooking with a light yet creamy sauce while turmeric-infused quinoa adds a unique twist. This dish is delicious served with fresh coriander and cashews sprinkled on top.

2. Tropical Turmeric Smoothie

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This Tropical Turmeric Smoothie is like sunshine in a glass. Made from bananas, mango, and orange, its tropical flavors are also boosted with anti-inflammatory turmeric. Top this with shredded coconut and cinnamon for simplicity, or get creative with fresh fruit and coconut whipped cream for a breakfast that’s more like dessert.

3. Cheesy Turmeric Oat Crackers

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Cheese with crackers is delicious. But have you ever tried cheese baked intro crackers? In these Cheesy Turmeric Oat Crackers, herby nut-based cheese is folded into turmeric-spiced oat-based dough and then baked. The result are some seriously cheesy and zesty crackers. Snack on!

4. Sugar-Free Turmeric Power Bars

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These Sugar-Free Turmeric Power Bars contain no added sugars or syrups — the only sweetener is bananas! This makes them the perfect treat for when you’re trying to cut back on sugar. Turmeric gives them their golden color, but with goji berries raisins, peanut butter, cinnamon, and nuts acting as the base, the taste is undetectable. Grab one of these on your way out the door so you have a tasty, filling snack on hand.

5. Rich Pineapple Curry

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The inspiration for this Rich Pineapple Curry hails from Malaysia. Traditionally served with prawns and made with plenty of oil, this version is oil-free and uses tofu (because tofu is boss). Any dish in Malaysia or Indonesia that has the word “Lemak” in it is guaranteed to be rich and delicious. This is no exception.”

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