Curry Leaves

Curry Leaves

Curry leaves, (murraya koenigii), are a fragrant herb from South East Asia, and India.  They are used in South Indian and Sri Lankan cuisines.  They are leaves of a small deciduous tree in the citrus family.    They are shiny, and look like citrus leaves.  They have a pungent, curry fragrance.  Curry leaves can also be found dried.
            Curry leaves enhance metabolism, control diabetes, and will help reduce the cholesterol in coconut oil when used together.

CURRY LEAVES

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