Curry Leaves (dried)
Organic curry leaves grown at Beck Grove emanate an aromatic, zesty smell and look like small shiny lemon leaves. If kept in an airtight container, they will stay fresh for up to two weeks. They can also be frozen.
Curry leaves or "sweet neem Leaves" as referred to in most Indian languages are not related to curry powder which is actually an assortment of spices (usually turmeric, coriander seeds and ginger). Curry leaves are packed with carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorous, fiber, irons and vitamins such as vitamiin C.
Curry leaves fight infections, assist your heart in functioning properly and can add needed vitality to hair and skin.
Chefs recommend heating curry leaves in oil to bring out their strongest flavor. Curry leaves are then used to flavor soups, stews, rice, dips, relishes and garnishes.