About Curry leaf
Curry leaf also known as Murraya koenigii, is a small tropical to subtropical tree or shrub that grows to be 6-15′ tall and is known for its pungent, aromatic curry leaves, which are an important flavoring in Indian/Asian cuisine. Curry leaves are frequently used in vegetable dishes.
Nutritional Facts of Curry leaf
Curry leaves are high in nutrients such as carbohydrates, fiber, protein, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, and multivitamins.
Benefits of Curry leaf
Curry leaves contain a significant amount of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates’ primary function is to provide energy to our bodies. As a result of the high carbohydrate content of Curry leaves, there are numerous health benefits associated with proper heart and kidney function.
Storage & Uses of Curry leaf
Take the leaves of the main stem. Wash the leaves and dry them thoroughly with a kitchen towel or other clean cloth. Spread them out on a large plate and let them dry for two to three days in the sun. Once they’ve dried and have a crisp texture, store them in an airtight container.
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