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Curry Leaves Whole

(approx. 50 Leaves)



The refreshing, citrus-like flavour of curry leaves are important in South Indian dishes.

Other Common Names

Botanical Name: (Murraya koenigii)

Description & Use

Curry leaves are actually the leaflets from a small tropical tree of the citrus family, with shiny green leaves. Although used predominantly in curries, the fragrant citrus-like flavour compliments a curry rather than imparting the traditional curry taste. Herbie’s Spices curry leaves are highly aromatic and are grown and dried in Australia. To release the flavour, fry about 6 leaves in oil at the beginning of making a curry. Curry leaves are not to be confused with the decorative, grey-leaved curry plant, that in our opinion is not particularly pleasant to eat.

Product of Australia.

You Tube:    Curry Leaves Explained



Nutritional Information
Per 100g
Energy (kj) 425.17
Protein (g) 11.9
Fat (g) Total 4.7
Fat (g) Saturated 0.6
Carbohydrate (g) 3.2
Sugars (g) 0.9
Sodium (mg) 0.001
Dietary Fibre (g) 0.6
Cholesterol (mg) 31.5
Potassium (mg) 159.4

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