Curry Mix with whole Seeds & Spices
Curry is a classic dish from northern India and this mixture will produce a rich full-bodied curry with just a small amount of heat. Using the mix will result in a lovely braised lamb or beef dish with a light curry kick, both filling and good.
Being wine lovers we are not fans of tongue burning hot curries. There’s no enjoyment in killing our taste buds with heat from the curry which causes you to lose the flavors of the dish. This curry isn't like that it has a mellow warmth that gets you mouth begging for more and there is nothing that can match a batch of fresh curry, made with authentic, fresh spices that you can cook long and slow.
Traditional lamb curry recipes are actually different from one end of India to the other, but this recipe is straightforward and easy.
Coriander seed, Turmeric, Cumin, Paprika, Chilli, Mustard Seeds (yellow & brown), Cassia, Ginger, Pepper, Cardamom.
Curry is an Indian dish that can be mildly to extremely spicy. Some people love it, while others are afraid of just how spicy the dish will be and what it might do to their stomachs. However, you may be surprised to find that the dish is quite flavorful and beneficial for your long-term health if eaten regularly. If prepared properly, the dish can be both low in fat and low in calories, but even when not quite the best choice for your diet, you’re going to get a wide variety of beneficial vitamins and minerals.
Eases Swelling in Joints
Turmeric, the primary ingredient in curry, is responsible for many of the dish’s health benefits. The most prolific may be its effect on those who suffer from arthritis or otherwise sore and inflamed joints. Turmeric may reduce swelling and ease the pain associated with inflammation of the joints.
May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Another benefit of the turmeric in curry is a reduced risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. This is because of curcumin within the turmeric; curcumin can identify plaques in the brain called amyloid plaques. In excess, amyloid plaques can interfere with the brain’s wiring and cause memory to degrade over time. If you ingest enough curcumin on a regular basis, the curcumin will bind to the plaque and keep it from reproducing.
May Reduce Risk of Cancer
Turmeric has been found to reduce the risk of developing prostate, breast, skin and colorectal cancer, possibly because of its antioxidant properties. It may also at least reduce the speed at which these cancers progress. However, ingesting curry alone will not erase your risk for cancer.
Other ingredients in curry, such as chili pepper and even curcumin, are beneficial in boosting your body’s immunity and healing properties. This is because they’re rich in vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin B6, and they boost the infection-fighting cells.
Ingredients in curry such as asafoetida, allspice, anise, cardamom and black pepper may be helpful in easing digestion problems. Indigestion, constipation, loss of appetite, stomachaches and even hemorrhoids may improve after ingesting the dish on a regular basis.
Helps Burn Fat
While a diet of only curry won’t keep the pounds off on its own, it’s actually a well-balanced way to get a variety of vegetables and proteins that may help you burn fat cells. Black pepper is the dish’s ingredient that’s best able to break down fat cells.
May Help Manage Asthma
A number of ingredients in this dish are purported to help ease the frequency of an asthma sufferer’s symptoms. Asafoetida and curcumin alike can help regulate symptoms of mild asthma.
Many ingredients in the dish, such as turmeric and cinnamon, are rich in antioxidants, which can help improve the appearance of your skin and help prevent the negative cosmetic effects of long-term exposure to pollutants or smoke. The curcumin can also improve the appearance of your hair and nails by providing necessary proteins.