June 21, 2017

Whether you saw it on restaurant menus, food culture made you aware of it or maybe you have experimented it at home, CURRY, the classic Indian stew dish, is a popular mainstay of world cuisine. But very few people actually know that curry is not only a tasty dish but it is a very helpful for attaining a good health. Curry is one of the most widespread dishes in Indian cuisines and also in other Southeast Asian cultures, but curries have extended their reach around the world in acceptance much like the Eastern European stew dishes of a century ago. Here are some of the many reasons why curry is healthy for your body.



The yellowish/orange colour that the curry has, is because of the herb named turmeric used in it. Turmeric is considered to be the main ingredient amongst the curry powder. In short, if there is no turmeric, there is no curry! This herb is extremely healthy for you because it helps in naturally cleaning and restoring the body’s liver. It is also a natural anti-inflammatory which works just great to reduce arthritis’s painful effects.



Coconut milk is another one of those essential curry ingredients that gives the curry that unique taste which make people fall for it. It’s pretty self-explanatory where coconut milk comes from. But what’s not so obvious is that coconut milk helps to aid in digestion of foods, and the anti-viral and anti-bacterial fatty acids, among others, will help your body’s immune system.



At first, this may not sound like a health benefit, but one of the reasons people do not follow on staying on a diet is because they believe that all the low calorie and low carb food are not that delicious. Curry is an exception though, with the number of spices used in preparing it, a vegetarian curry is actually one of the preferred varieties, and there are unlimited styles you can make to modify the dish to any diet.

So now you know, a dish that is extremely delicious and equally healthy at the same time EXISTS! And we at Curry Coriander serve world’s finest curries with Indian hints infused. So now you know where to go if you are craving for some delicious healthy curries!

1 comment

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    February 1, 2018 at 3:56 am

    Curry powder is a well-known anti-coagulant, so if you already take blood thinners, you should consult your doctor to eliminate any dangers of excessive bleeding.


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