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CHAMI Curry Powder

Sri Lanka

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CHILLY POWDER, CURRY POWDER , OTHER SEASONINGS ,FLAVORS MADE OUT OF 100% NATURAL INGREDIENTS IN TRADITIONAL SRILANKAN METHOD

OUR FACTORY  SITUATED IN SRI LANKA PRODUCES NUMBER OF 100% NATURAL CURRY POWDERS INCLUDING SEASONINGS FROM NATURAL HERBS AND INGREDIENTS. NO ARTIFICIAL COLORING  ,FLAVORS OR PRESERVATIVES ADDED. ALL THESE PRODUCTS ARE HEALTHY FOODS AND GOOD FOR PREVENTION OF MENY  SICKNESS.

Kottamalli (Coriander)
The ripe seeds are basic ingredient of spicy dishes.

Sera (Lemon Grass)
Fresh Sera is used to flavour meat and fish. Powder is used to spice up dishes

Sadikka (Nutmeg)
The fruits of the nutmeg tree produce two different spices. Nutmeg - Though widely available in the island not used generally for cooking in spite of its quality to improve the flavour of a curry. Mace - The lacy membrane covering the nutmeg that has been ground to powder.

Suduru (Cumin)
A pungent & distinctive flavours that help make curries.
Best bought whole & you can grind before use.

Maduru (Sweet Cumin)
Used in sweet dishes & various alcoholic liqueurs.

Uluhal (Fenugreek)
This hard brown, square-shaped seed with an unpleasant scent needs only a small pinch to flavour curries.

Velliche Miris (Red dry chillis)
Ripe chillies may be cream, yellow orange or even purple-black & easy to dry in the sun or in a slow oven. Used whole, powdered & freshly chipped in the same dish.

Sinhalese up to the time of capitulation to British in 1815 had an indigenous way of rice and curries which made use of Ginger & Black Pepper to season curries instead of Red Chillies. Today, with the nation recognizing the value of Red Rice (rice of which nutritious brown husk is retained) in preventing diabetes, and making a habit of preference to same, the positive attitudes towards disease preventing spices / vegetables & Ayurvedic medical treatment gathering momentum, getting used to consume more of herbal teas & herbal porridges, perhaps time is ripe for the Sinhalese to return to Ginger & Black Pepper too cutting down biting Red Chillies (Capsaicin- from Latin "to bite") to size.

Jean Carper (USA), in her best selling book, Food your miracle medicine, remarks that contrary to popular belief, chilli peppers do not harm the stomach lining or promote ulcers. However Chandra Edirisuriya (Sri Lanka) argues excessive use of dried red chillies could lead to liver diseases. This is in line with common knowledge in Sri Lanka that red chillies ought to be used in moderation. After all, shouldn't all be tempered with moderation? Then again, the Thais, renowned capsicum guzzlers testify that hot chilli peppers are clot busters. What's your poison?

Ginger
Used in Asia for centuries to various ailments.

Garlic
An all round wonder drug sans Achilles heel, used to treat an array of ailments since the dawn of civilization. Ayurvedic medicine considers Garlic of medicinal qualities second to none of the spices. Western medicine categorizes garlic as a blood clot fighter of Achilles class. What's your class honey? A 1981 study of the diets of 15 countries by researchers at the University of Western Ontario found that those nations with higher garlic consumption had lower rates of heart disease.

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