Showing posts with label curry leaves recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label curry leaves recipes. Show all posts

Saturday, 30 May 2015


curry leaves has so many health benefits and why you should eat curry leaves  can be seen from this link. Normally, people throw away the curry leaves without knowing the health benefits.  Once you come to know the reason why should eat curry leaves, you will never throw this away.  This kuzhambu was very tasty along with rice and wafer even my daughter enjoyed it.  The reason, it helps in growing your hair, removes dandruff and stops hair fall.

It can be grown in our balcony and enjoy the fresh leaves whenever you want.

Now coming back to recipe, you can enjoy this kuzhmabu with rice or just drink like the kadhi as it is good for stomach ailments too.

other recipes of curry leaves:  curry leaves chutney, curry leaves dhokla,  curry patta gun powder,  curry patta idli, curry patta idli fry, curry leaves kuzhambu rice, curry leaves kuzhambu

Saturday, 1 November 2014


Curry patta idli is very healthy, tasty and easy to make recipe.  You can serve this for breakfast and the fried idli as evening snacks too.

I wanted to make this recipe since long and did not get the time to do.  When my friend recently gave me a lot of curry leaves, I decided to try this.  I tried it with only one cup idli batter as I was not sure whether my family members will go for it or not.

When I made the same and served to my husband, he was quite happy with it.  When sampling was done in office with my colleagues, they too liked it.  Hence I am sure you will also definitely like this.

Thursday, 7 November 2013


Curry leaves kuzhambu rice is made with curry leavaes kuzhambu paste. Like you prepare the normal tomato rice, coriander rice, this rice recipe is also equally tasty with papad and any kind of raita.  For the kuzhambu recipe, see the link  curry-leavaes-kuzhambu.html.  Since the curry leaves has got lot of health benefits, this is an ideal rice recipe for every one.

Let us look at the recipe now:

Curry leaves kuzhambu rice


1 cup cooked rice
1- 1/2  tbsp curry leaves kuzhambu paste   (curry-leavaes-kuzhambu.html)
1 fistful of roasted peanuts
2-3 cashew nuts roasted
1 tsp oil
1 tsp mustard seeds
salt to taste


Heat oil in a kadai.  Add the mustard seeds.  When it splutters add the curry leaves paste, peanuts, cashew, cooked rice and mix well.  check for salt and if need be add.  If you feel that the curry leaves paste is less, you can add little bit more of this.  serve hot with papad, raita etc.

Saturday, 22 June 2013


Curry leaf is a good source of vitamin A, calcium and folic acid. Its richness in vitamin A and antioxidants may help explain its use in preventing early development of cataract. Being a fairly good source of folic acid, the leaves can also help in absorption of iron. Other proposed benefits include boost in circulation and anti-inflammation. It is also anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-microbial, hepatoprotective, hypo-cholestrolemic, and delays premature graying. With its anti-inflammatory benefits, it is used in treating bruises and skin eruptions. It can also be used as a sedative and a hair tonic. Its mildly laxative properties aid digestion too. 

We make this kuzhambu and store in fridge.  Whenever you want, you can consume it.  It is good for the stomach related ailments.

Let us look at the recipe now:


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