A chronicle of my kitchen experiments, a little healthy a little indulgent
Some days ago we trimmed a part of our healthy curry leaf tree since it was growing very big and we were unable to even reach the top of the tree. We at home love curry leaves in our food and in curry leaf chutney. But this much harvest surely needed something else to be done to it too. So I asked on a whatsapp group and posted on my page and everyone got talking about karuveppilai podi and I knew I had to try it.
I spoke to a couple of friends, googled some more and came to my recipe. Its been a day I have made it and we have been eating it with almost everything. N ate double the amount of rice he normally eats because of this and night we decided to have a dinner of idlies just because we couldn’t wait another day to taste how the podi tastes with idly
Karuveppilai Podi is not just tasty, it is also supposed to have great healthy benefits. Curry leaves are said to be great for metabolism hence promoting weight loss and good digestion. They are also very high in Iron and Folic Acid. I remember at the time when I had anemia, doctor had advised me to eat curry leaves in the food and not leave them aside and since then I started eating them. Slowly I developed a taste for them and started enjoying eating them and this podi just sat right on all counts.
So here is the recipe
Recipe – Karuveppilai Podi
Source – RM’s Mom and other internet sources
What I used
How I made it