Coriander, also called Chinese parsley, is a feathery annual plant of the parsley family (Apiaceae). Coriander Seeds are used as herbal medicines and a spice. This plant is basically native to the Mediterranean and Middle East regions. However today, the plants are being widely cultivated in many places worldwide for their culinary uses. The flavor of Coriander is used in many foods, particularly sausages, curries, Scandinavian pastries, liqueurs, and confectionery, such as English comfits. Its delicate young leaves, known as cilantro, are widely used in Latin American, Indian, and Chinese dishes. Coriander is a fragrant, antioxidant-rich herb that has many culinary uses as well as health benefits. It may help lower your blood sugar, fight infections, and promote heart, brain, skin, and digestive health.
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
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