Don't Hurry Just Curry
This nostalgic memory of my mom adding the curry leaves in the authentic south Indian dish-sambhar, with spluttering sound , pleasant tempting aroma that spreads in the nook and corner of the house and the perfect taste of that dish is just so ineffable.
Curry leaves is a popular herb used commonly by most of the Asian countries mainly in India and srilanka as a flavour enhancer and seasonings , as an inevitable part of spicing up any authentic dish.This magical herb is not only used to add flavour to cooked food but also used for therapeutic purposes.
The use of curry leaves is described in early Tamil literature dating back to the 4th centurry AD for its culinary significance. Its use is also mentioned a few centuries later in Kannada literature. Curry leaves are still closely associated with South India where the word ‘curry’ originates from the Tamil ‘Kari’ for spiced sauces.
Enriched with the goodness of nature , this aromatic spice is known for its umpteen medical properties in treating various health, hair and skin related issues
• The curry leaves contain Carbazole alkaloids which regulate the cholesterol levels and farther aids in weight loss.
• Curry leaves are known to be carmative in nature and help greatly in digestion
• It cures nausea
• The curry leaves heal the burn and wounds in the body
• It stimulates the hair growth
• It is rich in Vitamin A which is good for eyesight.It helps to fight any kind of infection and maintains skin with vitality
With all these numerous benefits
Curry leaves is also known as power house package as it loaded with all essential nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin B11 and when added to your daily diet, this magical herb can prevent several deficiencies and improve your immunity naturally .
Make it a ritual to use curry leaves for seasoning and tempering your favourite dish to fill up your house once again with its enchanted aromas and captivating flavours .