Used in Asia for centuries, spices have become an indispensable element as much for the cuisine as for their medicinal properties. Aromas, fragrances, scents, colors, embark on a journey of olfactory and gustatory through the Asian continent, its cultures, its cuisine and its various remedies with our selection of spices of Asia. In order to best preserve the nutritional values and taste of your spices, we recommend storing it in a sealed container away from light. Note : non contractual Photo. Colors and dimensions may slightly vary according to arrivals.
Turmeric or turmeric is a plant native to South Asia. The spice eponymous is extracted from the roots of this plant, which are reduced to powder. Regarded as an exceptional plant, it has many properties, food and medical. Very soft, he displays a flavor that is peppery and very aromatic. Recognizable by its yellow colour, very pronounced, it is an excellent food coloring. To color mayonnaise, scrambled eggs, sauces, rice, pasta, etc, it combines very well with basil, cauliflower, potatoes, lentils, beans, poultry, white fish, mussels and sauces, tomato-based. Widely used in asian cuisine, it is found in many curries. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, it is also an excellent antiseptic and healing. In particular, it is used to treat ulcers of the stomach, and protect the liver.