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Indian spice??

A friend from India gave me a plant this weekend.  She didn't know the 
botanical, nor the Eng. name for it.  It is used in southern Indian cooking.  
 It's a shrub, evergreen, thin stemmed, suckering, with alternate, pinnate, 
glossy med. green foliage.  Her plant is not that old, so not sure if the 
stems get thicker with age, but it appeared as if it spreads faster than it 
grows in height.   Wonderful interesting aroma to the foliage though...even 
without crushing.  Kind of a nutty aroma.  Hard to describe.
Anyone have a clue what this might be????   

Appreciate it,
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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