If you're a fan of coffee like me, you'll understand me.
The first thing I do when I wake up is to turn on the coffee machine.
I like all kinds and all hours of the day. Even at the time I was doing homeopathy, I had asked the doctor to let me drink decaffeine because only his fragrance makes me happy.
So, searching the internet for ideas and trying things, I made this coffee and turmeric beverage that has made me feel dizzy. It is extremely simple to produce but at the same time it is delicious and healthy.
And that's why turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activity.
It is very much used in Indian cuisine (it is a basic ingredient of curry) but with so much health benefits it must definitely get into yours.
Prevents and treats colds, reduces inflammation, reduces blood sugar levels, and speeds healing of wounds.
It is one of the most powerful spices of nature and it is very easy to find it in the market and to include it in your recipes (Try for example to pour a little turmeric on your broth before you cook it)
For this drink you will only need:
- 1 cup of almond milk
- 1/2 tea spoon of turmeric powder
- 2 et al organic fir honey
1 espresso ristretto (ie 1 espresso dose in some water)
- In a saucepan, warm the almond milk with turmeric and honey, stirring continuously until the ingredients are homogenized.
- Before the mixture boils, pull it out of the eye and with a hand mixer (the ones we use to make frappe coffee, tap the mixture until the foam is formed on the surface and the texture becomes thicker.
- Transfer the beverage to your mug and add the dose of espresso. Stir well and enjoy the warm.
- If you are not familiar with the taste of turmeric, the first time you make the drink, try using lesser quantity so that the result is not too intense.
- Curcuma has a very bright yellowish-orange color, which can easily stain your glass or tongue! (In the past, women used it to color their nails) Don't worry, it is perfectly normal and after a while the color is gone.
- I logically use our honey in beverages because it is organic (it does not have any medicines) and why honey from its nature has a more special and rich flavor. Of course, you can use whatever you want, and increase the dose of the beverage, depending on your taste. As a sweetheart, my dose is 2 and so on in that drink.
- In your beverage you can also use espresso lungo (ie the same dose of coffee but in more water) if you want to be more diluted and decaffeine if you want to consume it in the evening or avoid caffeine.
- Instead of almond milk, you can also use cashew milk (it will make your drink a bit more viscous), but you may find it more difficult to find it in the market.
- If you are a vegan, replace honey with agave syrup or hams.