Curry powder

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Curry powder is a mixture of many different spices and herbs finely grounded, such as turmeric, ginger, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, mustard, fenugreek, dried rampe and curry leaves, garlic, clove, cardamom, cinnamon and coriander, which is used for making curry. Many of these ingredients provide potential health benefits.

It is one of the most popular spices used in cooking. Curry powder gives such an exotic flavor, with its unique blend of healthy and enticing spices. Adding abit of curry powder to your cuisines enhances the taste and gives a golden color to your cuisines.

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General Description

Curry powder is a mixture of many different spices and herbs finely grounded, such as turmeric, ginger, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, mustard, fenugreek, dried rampe and curry leaves, garlic, clove, cardamom, cinnamon and coriander, which is used for making curry. Many of these ingredients provide potential health benefits.

It is one of the most popular spices used in cooking. Curry powder gives such an exotic flavor, with its unique blend of healthy and enticing spices. Adding abit of curry powder to your cuisines enhances the taste and gives a golden color to your cuisines.

Health Benefits

  1. Controls Blood Sugar – Turmeric in curry powder may lower the risk of
    diabetes.
  2. Anticancer Benefits – Consuming curry powder in your diet on a regular basis
    may provide cancer preventive benefits.
  3. Controls Cholesterol – Curry powder may help lower cholesterol and prevent
    cholesterol gallstones.
  4. Detoxification – Coriander may help remove toxic heavy metals, such as lead
    and mercury from the body
  5. Consuming curry powder on an everyday basis is known to boost memory
  6. Curry powder helps to treat several sexually transmitted diseases, including
    gonorrhea and Chlamydia.
  7. Useful in treating skin burns and cuts.
  8. Turmeric in curry powder deactivates genes responsible for triggering breast
    cancer. It is also effective against slowing down of prostate and colorectal
    cancers. Regular consumption of curry powder helps to stabilize pancreatic
    cancer

Fun Facts

  • The first commercial curry powder appeared in about 1780.
  • The word curry comes from a Tamil word Kari or karil, meaning spices or sautéed
    vegetables.

Nutrition Facts Per 100 grams of curry powder

CaloriesCarbohydratesProteinFatDietary FiberSodiumPotassiumsugar
Calories:
325kcal
Carbohydrates:
58g
Protein:
13g
Fat:
14g
Dietary Fiber:
33g
Sodium:
52mg
Potassium:
1543mg
sugar:
2.8g
  • Rich in vitamin A, B-6, C
  • Contains high amounts of iron and calcium