Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a plant of the ginger family. And it is common in Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
It is very common ingredient in Indian curries.
Turmeric is one of the key ingredient in Asian dishes, giving a mustard-like, natural smell, slightly bitter flavor to food. Turmeric is utilized for the most part in flavorful dishes, yet in addition is utilized as a part of some sweet dishes.
Turmeric is widely used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking. It uses in some of the Moroccan dishes. In Thailand, crisp turmeric rhizomes are utilized generally in numerous dishes, in specific in the southern Thai food, for example, yellow curry and turmeric soup. Turmeric is utilized as a part of a hot drink called the “turmeric latte” or “golden milk” made with coconut milk.