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Sri Lankan Curry Powder (Roasted)

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From: $6.00 (incl. GST)

Supporting traditional and rural livelihoods
Using HEIRLOOM Organic and natural spices
Including 100% True Ceylon Cinnamon
Ethically harvested
Simple ingredients
Packed at source
GMO-free
Vegan
Paleo
Keto
Raw

Use for:

Food

Curry | Rice | Vegetables | Greens | Lentils | Protein

Conditions

Inflammation | Low immunity | Poor digestion

Why we love Sri Lankan curry powder?

πŸ’š Antibacterial
πŸ’š Antiviral
πŸ’š Antifungal
πŸ’š Antioxidant
πŸ’š Anti-inflammatory
πŸ’š Anti-diabetic
πŸ’š Heart-healthy
πŸ’š Gut-healthy
πŸ’š Versatile

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Description

Versatile Sri Lankan curry powder is amazingly versatile. Suitable for vegetables, vegan dishes, and meat curry. Made to order with organic and natural ingredients. Choose from a range of powder mix: raw curry powder, roasted curry powder, yellow rice mix, biriyani rice mix, black-coconut rub, preferred-protein rub (suitable for vegan meat alternatives, tofu, fish, chicken, lamb). Earthlady, our own brand of Sri Lankan curry powder, is made to order from freshly ground Sri Lankan and Indian spices.

Uses It can be used in various ways . To make a traditional Sri Lankan meat or vegetable curry, to flavor plain rice, yogurt, hummus, fresh greens/ beans/ cabbage stirfry. Can even be used as a dry barbeque rub. The mix is mild for spice level, feel free to add chili (fresh or powder) to your taste preference. For a quick curry, just add your selection of vegetable, greens, lentil and/or protein with water (or coconut milk/ yoghurt for a richer base). Bring to boil and simmer till cooked.
Steps to make a traditional Sri Lankan curry:
1. Stir fry sliced onion, garlic, ginger and tomato (optional) until sizzling
2. Add curry powder and chilli powder (optional) as required (see hint).
3. Add vegetable and protein, tossing unτ€†Ÿl nicely coated.
4. Add coconut milk or cream.
5. Simmer until vegetable or protein is cooked.
6. Season with salt.
Use this method to make fragrant lentils, beans, rice, pasta or noodles.
Hint – start by 1/2 to 1 tsp curry powder and add to taste once simmering
Suggested ratio of curry powder to use
1 tsp for 1 cup of red lentils/ 200g protein / 300g vegetables
2 tsps for 250g rice/pasta/ protein
As a rub : Massage a little oil into cut vegetables, tofu, halloumi, meat/ fish,
and dust lightly with curry powder before roasting, grilling or slow cooking.

Flavor Sri Lankan spices are literally Heirloom, having grown in our spice gardens since ancient times. Fresh curry powders made from these spices can elevate everyday food to a whole new level. Depending on the harvest and season, every batch of spices can vary in color and to a minor degree in taste as it is a natural cottage-industry product. No chemical refining, additives, or preservatives are used to standardize product.

Ingredients Roasted and ground *Ceylon cinnamon quills, coriander seeds, *green cardamom seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, fenugreek seeds, cloves, curry leaves, *turmeric, *black pepper.
* Organic ingredient

Storage Keep airtight in the pantry, away from sunlight and damp. Its potency and flavor remain strong as long as it is stored airtight. Best before of two years from packing. Also remains safe to use for even longer periods as long as it is stored with minimal exposure to light, air, and moisture.

Our promise There is nothing else. No refining or coloring. 100% zero-waste, no bi-products. Made to order from cleaned, washed, and powdered spices.

Benefits Taking learnings from centuries-old local ayurvedic remedies, combinations of Sri Lankan spices have many health benefits, such as reducing inflammation, boosting immunity, and even aiding digestion.

100+ years of expertise Our sales supports the traditional livelihoods of villagers in rural Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan spices are harvested by traditional methods to retain its natural potency and flavor with knowledge and expertise of multigenerational spice millers. This traditional production allows village populations to utilize their age-old knowledge and expertise to survive in this modernized and mechanized world of manufacture by producing this 100% natural unrefined spices products. Backed by generations of expertise of the harvesters, and packed in a certified ISO and Organic processing mill, spice production plays a vital role in the employment, welfare, and wellbeing of the rural village community. The children of our workforce are provided with school books and stationery for the entire school year. The mill also organizes religious and cultural events to inculcate a sense of belonging to a bigger cause, bringing a sense of pride and community to the villagers who are using age-old knowledge, treading lightly, and making a living for their families, sustainably.

Price for quality Our products are not mass-produced in vast industrialised factories. So we do not enjoy the economies of scale that supermarket brands do. We pay the millers and farmers a fair price. Kokonati, Heirloom & Earthlady products are made with multigenerational expertise and knowledge to be the best quality they can be. Easily justifies the premium price for the premium quality you are getting.

Loyalty Just as we are fiercely loyal to the millers and families we work with, we also want to reward you, for your loyalty. So every time you purchase an Heirloom product you also collect rewards points that can be redeemed for a discount at checkout. Remember to sign up for the reward points (the tab on the far mid-right edge of this screen).

Packaging and recycling 30g, 100g, 500g resealable pouch. Dispose of the soft plastic bag in the supermarket collection bin.

Advice when spices are used as a supplement: Most of these ancient spices have flavored our foods for centuries and are safe to consume regularly when used as a spice; a small proportion of ingredients when making foods. It would be very hard to overdose on spice when it is a minute part of a food recipe. With recent research and articles highlighting the medicinal properties and health attributes of these spices, rather than just consuming it straight away as a supplement, it is always advisable to consult a nutritionist or doctor, if using this product as an ongoing treatment for a health issue. A health care provider may recommend a specific dosage depending on a person’s age, weight, and medical condition.

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