I have two little curry trees which are my pride and joy and I come across this recipe so that I can use some of those lovely leaves….It sounds amazing and has medicinal benefits also 🙂
Thogayal always reminds me of Sunday meals at home. My Ma used to cook elaborate South Indian food & made these thogayals that could be eaten either mixed with rice & ghee or as an accompaniment to rice & a curry. I am crazy about thogayals aka chutneys & make them regularly at home with a variety of ingredients including some veggies too.
Curry leaves are extremely good for your hair. When we were little, Ma used to make this homemade oil that mainly comprised of coconut oil (heated) with some hibiscus flowers & curry leaves. The flowers & leaves were left soaking in the oil overnight & the oil was filtered & ready to be used by us. Curry leaves arrests hair loss & premature greying problems.
According to Ayurveda, curry leaves are believed to have several medicinal properties such as anti-diabetic, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic and hepato-protective (capability…
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