Pl. Make curry leaf podi or chutny.add with rice. Make a khadi as sise dish
Anees Fathima I have already made hair oil with my previous batch of curry leaves. Thanks for the help dear
Yes for sure yasmin ji and ayushi prakash ji.i have put the phone in charge pl. Give me some time
Wash it properly , dry it and store in air tight container. Use every day in daal, soups, veges , curries. They add flavour in poha, upama etc. And health wise very beneficial.
Yu can dry the leaves under the sun until crisp and then powder them and store it in an air tight container .. yu can take a tsp of powder and mix it with a little of curd or jus warm water and drink it preferably in empty stomach every morning .. very good for stomach , helps reducing cholestrol and helps in hair growth too :)
One soup bowl curryleaf One sm piece ginger 1&1/2tsp black pepper 1&1/2tsp whole urad dal Small piece jaggery . 2tsp oil. In a kadai pour oil roast urad dal untill orange in color.add pepper .be careful it might splash when it start crackling add the curry leaves.saute for few seconds .dont over do until it turns crisp.let some moisture remain. Cool and grind in dry mixer grinder without adding water .add the jaggery also and grind .if necessary add just 1tsp of water to make it into chutny form.pl. dont forget to add salt to taste.you can mix with hot rice by adding ghee or til ka thel.make ghila baaji with cluster bean carrot or a thin khadi .use as pickle for curd rice too.u can apply on bread to make sanwich also.pl.try and give feed back
But i have forgotten to add tamarind pl. Add sm tiny goli of tamarind and grind
make a paste of curry leaves in mixer...after that add water in it than stain it. Than boil with add some pieces of potatoes,salt,bring it for boil like u boil yr dal.Than in another khadai add some oil,onion,garlic ginger paste,dry chilly,jeera and coriender powder.Than pour the juice of curry leaves in to the tarka,bring it to boil add a pince of soda for better taste.You can also add some fry fish.garnish with coriender leaves.
U can dry n grind it n use this as a powder spice in ur daily vegetable preparations.
Thanks Nitu Phookan for the awesome recipe....and thanks friends for all the lovely suggestions