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Coriander is one of the most popular spices on the Asian continent. It belongs to the family of the umbelliferous plant genus. Coriander is relatively unknown in Europe. It is time to look into its positive effects here too. It is used by connoisseurs in oriental, Asian and Latin American cuisine. Coriander has many fans abroad and is also known as "Asian parsley". It is used as a bread spice or for meat dishes, stews, various sauces or salads. The coriander spice convinces with a light-peppery-sweet-sour note.
Leaves and grains add flavor to dishes
This spice has an intense smell that not everyone likes. The dried coriander grains are easy to cook with. The leaves of the coriander can also be used in the kitchen. Regardless of whether it is the dried or fresh herb. It stimulates the appetite in a healthy way and supports natural digestion. In addition to being used as a flavoring plant, the herb can also be used as a decoration. The latter takes place through the delicate green leaves of the aromatic plant. If you grow your coriander yourself in the herb garden, you should cut the flower in July and August, as it costs the plant a lot of strength. Like the fresh coriander leaves, the flower can be added to the meal, if possible towards the end of the cooking time, so that the unique aroma of the coriander is not lost.
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