Curcumin is one of the many types of syrupy sweets that we have in our country.
The origin of this dessert is from Thessaloniki, although it is known and loved almost all over Greece.
It is basically a small cake with a cylindrical shape. It is made from dough, which in turn is made from a sheet of crust that is baked.
The curcumin after baking is dusk, ie it is poured with flavored syrup that gives it its special aroma.
In addition to sugar, the syrup usually contains the skin of a citrus fruit (eg orange), as well as various spices or herbs.