Spiced Turmeric Latte Recipe | Indian Haldi wali Doodh

Sharing Spiced Turmeric Latte Recipe aka Indian Haldi Wali Doodh.This golden latte is getting popular from Sydney to UK streets.
Everyone is obsessed with the goodness of Turmeric .It became a winner as global health vogue.

Spiced Turmeric Latte Recipe | Indian Haldi wali Doodh

Spiced Turmeric Latte Recipe | Indian Haldi ka Doodh

What is Turmeric

The use of turmeric dates back nearly 4000 years to the Vedic culture in India.

Erode, a city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is the world’s largest producer of turmeric became the “Yellow City” of India.

The name turmeric derives from the Latin word terra merita (meritorious earth).It refers to the color of ground .

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“If I had only a single herb to depend upon for all possible health and dietary needs, I would without much hesitation choose the Indian spice turmeric .”
~David Frawley~

It is a magical spice which has a lot ,really lot of health benefits.It is a potent anti-inflammatory and anticancer agent.High in antioxidant too.Turmeric regulates menses and helps you in getting relief from abdominal cramps during these days. Good for skin as well with an antibacterial property.

In India everyone is familiar with turmeric milk Haldi wali doodh since childhood ,as this is the first medicine every Mom gives her child when they get cold.

When the whole world is getting crazy after Turmeric-Latte , it’s an old known face to us.

Interestingly people In South Africa, use turmeric in a traditional way to give boiled white rice a golden colour.

Indian Haldi wali Doodh

Traditionally cow milk is used to prepare this drink.Where a pinch of black-pepper is added because this will enhance the absorption of curcumin (the main component in turmeric).

While in today’s trend the latte is prepared using either coconut milk or almond milk.

So a vegan drink this way.


Print Recipe
Golden Mylk
Course drink
Cook Time 2 minutes
Course drink
Cook Time 2 minutes
  1. Warm Milk for not more than a minute with black pepper powder at slow flame.
  2. Serve in tea-cup adding a pinch of cinnamon powder
  3. Add a drop of coconut oil in each cup.Add honey if you wish.
Recipe Notes



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