Absent, except for cross-contamination.
May contain traces of sesame, celery, mustard, soy.
- Origin Sri Lanka
- Storage / Use Curry leaves from organic farming
The words of Mathilde Rœllinger
Simply crush the leaves to enjoy their extraordinary warm and herbal fragrance.
Curry leaves remind me of my parents’ kitchen. A few years ago, my mother brought a small curry leaf plant back from a trip and put it in a plant pot on her kitchen windowsill. The plant has now grown into a bush which touches the ceiling. Curry leaf plants can grow to six meters, so we are wondering just how high it will go! I love crushing the leaves and smelling their fragrance.
This tree is very commonly found in the wild in India and Sri Lanka. Curry leaf is also grown in these countries, and in China, Vietnam, Mauritius Island and Reunion Island where it is used fresh to add fragrance to curries, sauces, and chutneys.
Even dried curry leaves keep their wonderful fragrances.