P.S. I searched other questions and could not find an answer to this. I did learn however that they freeze well, so I plan to stock up the next time I shop at an Indian grocery that has them in. ;o)
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nothing replicates the aroma of curry leaves, so you're better off omitting them if you can't find them. Yes they do freeze & dehydrate beautifully, so if you get some from the Indian grocery, shade dry them for long term storage
Thanks so much, Panfusine! The recipe turned out okay, but I needed to add a touch of lime and some cilantro to perk up the flavor. I'll definitely try to get my hands on some curry leaves before making it again. ;o)
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