Coriandrum sativum L.
also sometimes referred to as ‘cilantro’, grows wild in Western Asia and Southern Europe but can now be found in cuisines worldwide. Its strong, distinctive flavour makes it ideal for sprinkling on salads or on cooked dishes such as Indian Dal, and for use as an ingredient in Mexican dips such as Salsa and Guacamole and Indian Raita, in marinades and sauces, Thai and other curries, Tagines, Chillies and Chutneys. Coriander leaves are also sometimes used in Breads and Naans, in stuffing, or with fruits such as Mango or Grapefruit.
- Type of drying:
- Dry, ambient temperature, out of direct light, in original packaging
- min. durability:
- deliverer type:
- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- signs of quality:
- Kosher certificate Halal certificate IFS QCCP®
Nutrient Contents per 100g
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