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Coriander Seeds

Coriander Seeds

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Cilantro is a versatile herb loved for its distinctive flavor and varied culinary uses. Cilantro seeds, also called coriander, are often used as a spice, while the fresh leaves add a refreshing touch to many dishes. This annual plant in the Apiaceae family is native to southern Europe and northern Africa, but is now widely cultivated throughout the world.

Cilantro seeds are small, spherical, brown, ridged seeds that have a lemony aroma and slightly sweet flavor. They are used in many cuisines around the world to flavor dishes, particularly in curries, marinades, breads and sausages. Cilantro seeds are also a key ingredient in curry powder and the Middle Eastern spice blend called zaatar.

The cilantro plant is an annual herb that grows quickly. It has lobed and serrated leaves, as well as small white or pink flowers grouped in umbels. Cilantro prefers temperate to warm climates and well-drained soils, but it can grow in a variety of conditions.

Growing cilantro from seed is relatively simple. Seeds can be sown directly in the ground after the last frost, or started indoors several weeks before transplanting. It is important to keep the soil moist but well-drained and provide sufficient sunlight to promote optimal growth.

Once the cilantro is established, it can be harvested as it grows. Fresh leaves can be used in a variety of dishes including salads, salsas, curries and soups. The seeds can be harvested once they are ripe and dry, then dried and used as a spice.

In summary, cilantro seeds and the plant itself are valuable elements in global cuisine. Their unique flavor and versatility make them a must-have for any food-conscious gardener and cook.

For more information on seedlings visit https://botanix.com/blogs/experts/semis-calendrier-plantation

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