|curry leaves info http://www.thehealthsite.com/|
|Benny auntie's kadi patta tree in our colony|
Thanks to Benny aunty I get fresh curry leaves from her tree for making Curry leaves chutney pudi and curry leaves rice. There are many recipes around the web and I will share here some of the recipes.
Here are some recipes using curry leaves for tempering or garnishing
http://www.tarladalal.com/glossary-curry-leaves-388i (includes information on curry leaves, storage etc. and scroll down for recipes using curry leaves)
An International (australian) website for ingredients of the world has many recipes on curry leaves http://www.sbs.com.au/food/ingredient/curry-leaf
BBC Food Curry leaves recipes http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/curry_leaves
Here are some tips and videos on growing curry leaves in your balcony or container garden. Just like sage, rosemary, mint and other herbs, curry leaves is one of the ingredient in Indian herb garden.
http://balconygardenweb.com/curry-leaves-plant-complete-growing-guide/ (how to grow curry leaf plant/tree in a pot or a container)
http://www.mykitchengarden.info/2015/08/growing-curry-leaves.html (Varieties like regular, dwarf and gamthi curry leaf plants)
Curry leaves are a versatile and important kitchen ingredient. It has medicinal properties and is helpful in controlling/curing conditions like Diabetes, Cholesterol and used for skin and hair care
Check this video for a weight management recipe
Ayurhealth has lot of Home Remedies using Curry Leaves http://www.ayurhealth.info/health-benefits-of-curry-leaves/