Egg Curry Masala

Curry powder is an anti-coagulant so if you’re already taking blood thinners, check with your doctor before indulging, in case there’s a danger of excessive bleeding. It can also irritate the gallbladder too, so may not be good for people with gallbladder conditions.Eggs have been in the limelight of diet discussions for quite a long time. The nutritional quality of eggs is non-debatable. However, in the recent year’s egg has been receiving a lot of criticism due to its high cholesterol content. An egg is almost a necessity for people who are trying to gain muscle mass in the gym. The rich protein content of egg makes it almost irreplaceable. The benefits of an egg are manifold. Besides being very fulfilling and tasty, eggs are also packed with a bunch of nutrients that can be highly beneficial for your overall health. In the below section we will be discussing some of the benefits that your body can receive by including eggs in your daily diet.

It’s such a store cupboard staple that it’s easy to take humble curry powder for granted. We even neglect it in our cooking, although it’s a simple way of adding depth and warmth with just a pinch or two in a soup, a sprinkle to liven up a stir fry or, of course, a fully-fledged Indian feast. In fact, aside from being a little flavour bomb, a good quality, fresh curry powder brings with it a surprising range of health benefits. In the UK, when we talk about curry powder, we usually mean a blend of spices from East Indian cuisine. The details may vary but we’re talking turmeric, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, dried chillies, black pepper, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, mustard seeds, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, peppercorns and bay leaves. And it turns out such a heady mix of ingredients teams up to pack quite the health punch:

  • Reducing inflammation
  • Fighting cancer
  • Combating Alzheimer’s disease
  • Boosting your bones 
  • Aiding digestion
  • Looking after your heart
  • Battling bacteria