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Curry Leaf


Murraya koenigii, called curry leaf, is a small, tropical to sub-tropical tree or shrub that typically grows to 6-15′ tall and is noted for its pungent, aromatic, curry leaves which are an important flavoring used in Indian/Asian cuisine. Curry leaves are often added to vegetable dishes. 



Curry leaves are packed with vital nutrients like carbs, fibre, protein, phosphorous, iron, magnesium, and multivitamins. 



Curry leaves host a good share of carbs. The primary role of carbs is to boost our body energy. Hence the richness of carbs in Curry leaves have many amazing health benefits that are linked with the proper functioning of the heart and kidneys. 



Remove leaves from the main stem. Wash the leaves and dab them well with kitchen towel or any clean cloth. Spread them on a large plate and sun-dry for two to three days. Once they dry out and get the crisp texture, store them in air tight box. 

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