Curry Spice - 2.2 oz
Curry is a dish that originated in the South Indian state of Tamilnadu. The word "curry" comes from the Tamil word "kari," which means "sauce." The British living in India during the 18th century called spiced dishes with a thick sauce or gravy "curry." To make curry, use different aromatic spices, dry roast or sauté them in clarified butter, and cook them with onions and tomatoes to form a thick gravy. Various methods for making curry depend on whether it is vegetarian or non-vegetarian.
To fully enjoy the advantages of Ayurvedic spices, it is essential to use the best spices with no fillers, colors, or additives and choose cooking methods such as dry roasting, sauteing, and simmering to preserve their nutrients and enhance their flavor. Ayurvedic Golden Ghee is the best option for these techniques as it is an excellent fat that won't quickly burn and delivers more healing nutrients into the digestive system.
"According to Ayurveda, a person with a healthy gut is happy. A healthy gut can prevent many diseases. These spices also benefit our health as they are rich in various nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants. Each spice can support healthy gut bacteria. The blend of spices in curry is an antioxidant and antimicrobial, promoting digestion and food elimination.".
"The kitchen in India is considered nature's pharmacy." Some of us call it our spice kitchen. Ayurveda highly recommends using custom spice blends or individual spices to balance the body.
The Serengeti blend of all the spices in the curry helps balance all three doshas.
- Bay leaf - warming spice. Helps with Kapha dosha
- Cardamom - promotes digestion, calms acidity, and relieves constipation, gas, and bloating.
- Cinnamon - healthy digestion, deworms, and bad breath.
- Cloves - help with digestion, nausea, toothache, bad breath, deworming, gas, and bloating.
- Coriander - calms acidity, promotes digestion, flushes toxins, and balances all three doshas.
- Cumin - Helps digestion, prevents stomach aches, reduces stress, fatigue, and anemia, and reduces menstrual cramps.
- Fennel - balances hormones and combats free radicals,
- Fenugreek - lowers cholesterol already in its normal range and helps control blood sugar already in the normal range.
- Hing (Asafoetida)- helps with digestion, acidity, gas, and bloating.
- Black Pepper - Increases appetite and helps with digestion (pitta body type must take in small quantities)
- Turmeric - Turmeric contains curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant properties, making it a natural antiseptic and blood thinner. Use with caution.
- Ginger - Helps with digestion and nausea.
- Pippli fruit - Pippli has a pungent taste and mild heating properties, which can have a sweet post-digestive effect.
1 to 2 teaspoons of curry spice to be used in food. To calm and balance all three doshas, always saute Curry Spice in Ayurvedic ghee.
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