While often considered an Asian herb, the plant originated in southern Europe and was
used by the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians.
Fragrant, Soft &Crispy.
Coriander is used extensively in Thai cooking, some Mediterranean and South American
cuisines and is an essential ingredient in curry powders and mixed spice.
It is used to flavor cakes, cooked fruits and biscuits and is particularly delicious
in chicken, fish and vegetables dishes.
Thai Coriander promotes the appetite and its carminative (remedial in flatulence)
and a digesting stimulating the stomach and intestines.
It is generally beneficial to the nervous system.