The Ultimate Turmeric ~AIP~ Recipe Roundup

TurmericTurmeric.

So easy to include in your healing protocol.

And so valuable.

Turmeric, and it’s active ingredient curcumin, is known to alleviate systemic inflammation.  That’s how it supports the reversal of autoimmune diseases and counteracts neurodegeneration, including conditions like Alzheimer’s. To find out more about the common link between these diseases, read The Origin of Illness.

It’s not surprising that most AIP bloggers include it in their recipes on a regular basis.

To spread the golden love (and help counteract the effects of all the baking that’s floating around at this time of year), I’ve gathered together 60 AIP-compliant recipes, to make it easy to include turmeric in your healing protocol.

Here they are:

Lamb Tangine with Orange, Prunes & Cilantro Couscous by Healing Family Eats

Lamb Tangine with Orange, Prunes & Cilantro Couscous by Healing Family Eats

Meat

Fowl

Kipper Cakes from Beyond the Bite

Kipper Cakes from Beyond the Bite

Fish & Seafood

 

Green Gold Saffron Rice from Joanna Frankham

Green Gold Saffron Rice from Joanna Frankham

Vegetables

Turkey Chili from Eat Heal Thrive

Turkey Chili from Eat Heal Thrive

Soups & Stews

Thai-inspired Turkey Meatball Curry by Comfort Bites

Thai-inspired Turkey Meatball Curry by Comfort Bites

Stir-Fries, Skillets & Curries

Ginger Ale for Adults from petra8paleo

Ginger Ale for Adults from petra8paleo

Drinks

Sauces

Of course, you don’t need a recipe to up your consumption of turmeric.

Just sprinkle some in whenever you are cooking.

Our Functional Medicine Doctor puts 1/4 of a cup of it in his smoothie every morning~.

The only thing to beware of: it totally stains. If you get splattered with turmeric-infused liquid, your clothes will have yellow spots forever.

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5 responses to “The Ultimate Turmeric ~AIP~ Recipe Roundup

  1. Delicious roundup and thank you for including some of my recipes🙂

  2. What a great roundup! In all of your research, have you learned AIP-friendly ways to boost the bio-availability of turmeric. I know black pepper helps, but that’s not allowed during the elimination phase of AIP. I’m curious about other possibilities.

  3. A profusion of turmeric! – and, a very handy round up to have book marked.

    Thanks, lovely Petra!

  4. noniw79

    Good work Petra. My Immune Boosting Cold Elixir also used turmeric for the anti-inflammatory properties… Check it out
    http://www.asharedreality.com/immune-boosting-cold-elixir/

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