Dried Curry leaves are one kitchen ingredient synonymous, with the region it’s from. This herb is a signature flavor from South India, and an essential ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine.
Dried Curry leaves have majority use in the Indian kitchens to flavor curries, dals, rice, snacks and soups, etc. And known for aromatic and distinctive flavor, however, they have more than just appetite tickling flavor. Curry leaves have various health and beauty benefits to offer.
Curry leaves have essential nutrients that help in weight loss, blood pressure, indigestion, anemia, diabetes, acne, and hair loss.
These aromatic leaves, also known as kadi patta, and have nutrients, like copper, calcium, phosphorus, fiber, carbohydrates, energy, magnesium and iron.
They also possess many types of vitamins like vitamins A, B, C and E and amino acids beneficial for health.
Curry leaves are not have a dominant taste in cooking, but their subtle flavor is unmistakable, giving meals a richer, robust flavor.
How to Use :
Thirsty Fresh Curry Leaves can be used in Seasoning Dal, Rasam, Vegetables, Kadhi or Rayta, be added with Peanut & Til to prepare Chutney, it enhances taste of Namkeen Chuda either added crushed or as a whole.
4 Table spoon (5 gm) Thirsty Fresh Curry leaves=50 gm fresh Curry leaves.
Store this product in an airtight container in a cool, dry and dark place. If exposed to moisture and sunlight the product may lose its potency and pungency. When stored in proper conditions, the product has shelf life of 12 months from the date of manufacturing.
Please take less than the prescribed amount of Thirsty Fresh Curry Leaves when you are using it for the first time.
Moreover, Thirsty Fresh products have great benefits such that you just need to prepare plain cuisine. And at the time of serving add or sprinkle required amount to the dish as per like, dislike or taste of members of the family.
So, forget about the time consuming and tearful process of slicing and chopping. And use Thirsty Fresh products to obtain the distinctive aroma and taste of the spice.