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curry leaf

n.
The fragrant leaf of the curry-leaf tree (Murraya koenigii), a plant native to India, used as a seasoning in cooking.
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edu Do not bring citrus plants (or plant parts) or their relatives such as orange jessamine (Murraya paniculata) and Indian curry tree (M.
Discover how you can join in by dining out, eating in and supporting the Curry Tree Charitable Fund in general or even join in the Great British Curry Quiz at www.
All restaurants involved have also been invited to hold a special charity dinner for The Curry Tree Charitable Fund.
Following its popular Goan food festival, Stephen aims to announce more specialist takes on fine Indian cuisine throughout the year, so 2010 is the perfect time to treat your mother to the delights of a restaurant at the top of the Welsh curry tree.
Its principal ingredient comes from leaves of the tropical curry tree (Murraya koenigii), a citrus relative, which may be propagated from seed in frost-protected areas.
And with Moksh Direct now bringing its unique taste to your doorstep, 2010 looks certain to see the restaurant strengthening its position at the top of the Welsh curry tree.
For seasoned curry lovers, as well as occasional Indian diners, the Christmas period will surely find Cardamom perched at the top of the Christmas curry tree.
Having built up a regular and loyal customer base, this reputation continues to grow and for seasoned curry lovers as well as occasional diners the Christmas period will see Cardamom perched at the top of the Christmas curry tree.