4/6 A curry plant process is a process in which the fruit of the cherry tree (Citrus sativa L.) is soaked and crushed to release the juice.
The process is particularly popular with those who want to enjoy a drink with a lower caffeine content.
C. sativa is a common ingredient in curry.
It has a pleasant aftertaste and its aroma is a sweet, nutty, nut-like flavour.
It is also used in the making of teas, cookies and other savoury foods.
Some recipes use a mixture of cherry juice and other ingredients such as cocoa, vanilla extract, sugar, cinnamon and salt to flavour a drink.
The taste of curry is often described as ‘crisp’ with a touch of sweetness and it can be enjoyed with other flavours.
1/6 How to make curry A simple curry recipe using only the peel of the orange or lemon and a little bit of water can be delicious and can be used as a quick and easy dish for busy days.
To make the curry, mix the orange and lemon juice together and add the salt and spices.
Heat a little olive oil in a pan until it becomes hot.
Add the cherry blossom and stir it around for a few minutes.
Cook until the cherry juice starts to bubble, but don’t burn.
Add in the juice from the fruit and cook for another minute or so.
Add more water if the curry becomes too thick.
Pour the curry into a blender or food processor and process until the mixture is smooth and the pulp is a light brown colour.
Taste the curry and adjust the seasoning.
If it’s too strong, add more water to make it thicker.
Store in the fridge for up to two weeks.
2/6 What’s in a curry?
A curry contains the fruit from the cherry plant, which is a tree native to the Indian subcontinent, and the seeds, which are the fruit’s pulp.
It can be either sweet, sour or bitter depending on the type of fruit.
It contains the amino acids lysine and tryptophan, which act as a stimulant and are vital for the brain.
3/6 Which fruit is best?
The fruit can be any type of tree, but the best ones for curry are the orange, lemon and cherry.
The orange fruit is the most nutritious and the most flavourful, while the cherry is the healthiest and has the highest antioxidant content.
The citrus fruits have less antioxidants than the cherry, but they have a stronger flavour, so they are a good choice for those who like a sweeter curry.
The best variety of the three is the lemon.
It also has the most antioxidant properties, making it ideal for those with mild to moderate coffee allergies.
The bitter citrus fruit has higher levels of carbon monoxide and a higher risk of lung cancer, but is more bitter than the sweet orange.
The combination of the sweet, bitter and lemon flavours gives the curry a savouriness that’s unique to Indian food.
4/06 What else is in a Indian curry?
There are other ingredients in Indian food that are common to many other cuisines, including curry leaves, onions and other vegetables.
The main ingredients in curry leaves include onion, ginger, garlic, coriander and chillies.
It’s often used in stir-fries and curries, along with the spices such as turmeric and red chili powder.
The curries are usually prepared in the morning, and eaten alongside rice and other Indian dishes, such as tandoori masala.
5/6 Why is curry a popular food?
Curry is an important part of the Indian diet.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there are more than 7 billion curry eaters in the world.
It comes in several varieties, including curries with meat and fish, curry with chicken, beef, fish and vegetable, and curry with vegetables and fruit.
One popular dish is the curried cauliflower with coconut curry, which can be eaten with a side of sweet rice and is very popular in the southern parts of India.
6/6 More facts about curry: The curry plant has a long history in India, which dates back to the 16th century.
It was used to make a variety of Indian dishes including tamarind curries and sarees.
Its roots can also be found in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
1 / 6 How to do a curry recipe A simple Curry recipe using just the peel (orange or lemon) and a bit of firewood can be fantastic and can have a quick meal for busy weeks.
To prepare a curry, combine the orange fruit and the lemon juice and add salt and pepper.
Heat the olive oil over medium heat until it turns a hot brown colour and then add the chopped garlic, ginger and cumin seeds.
Cook for a minute or two.
Add all the other ingredients and cook until the ingredients are combined.
Pour in the curry mixture and process to smooth out the pulp. Add water