Coriander; It is also known as Kinzi and Ash. A seed can be eaten from parsley. The green leafy parts of the plant are also suitable for consumption as fresh or dried. These green leaves resemble parsley with their appearance. Their height can grow up to 50-60 cm. Latin name: Corianrum sativum coriander plant is mainly a Mediterranean plant. [Button Link = “” color = “red” Newwindow = “Yes”] Now buy [/button] when we go to the countryside when we go to the countryside . In addition, agricultural cultivation is also common. The history of coriander extends to quite ancient times. So much so that even in the 1500s BC, there is evidence that it was used for healing, for protection from various diseases. Coriander; With its appearance, it has an image without parsley in spring. It opens the summer sun and lilac and white flowers. When he returns to the seed, he gains his distinctive smell. Coriander seeds can also be described as the fruit of the plant. What are the benefits? [Button Link = “ ] These fruits; It has relieving stomach and intestinal gas, mitigating pain and avoiding indigestion. The source of these effects is largely volatile oils and acidic acids that are largely included in the seeds. The positive effects of coriander on health are not limited to these. Seeds; It also has antiseptic effect. They can contribute to the rapid healing of wounds and help to dry acne. How to use coriander seeds? Which dishes are added to? It is possible to evaluate Kinzi seeds and green leaves of coriander with a wide variety of recipes. The seeds are often considered as spices in soups, stuffed, meat and chicken dishes. It is considered flavor in sauces. [Button Link = “ It is added up to 7. These grains both flavor and prevent easy deterioration. Coriquis seeds are also particularly compatible with blind recipes. Where is the green coriander used? The green parts are quite aromatic just like seeds. It is possible to evaluate the leaves in sauces – especially in pasta sauces, salads and hands in pastries. The green parts are especially compatible with yogurt recipes. You can subscribe to our newsletter to be aware of our informative articles, current product and price lists, campaigns and follow our Instagram page.
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