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Les semis de La Seigneurie



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Coriander is becoming increasingly popular because of its pungent flavor. It is one of the most typical ingredients of Chinese and South American cuisine. Used as a condiment in curries, chilies and other sauces, breads and marinades. The leaves have a milder flavor than the seeds. Blooms quickly. Can be planted indoors. Difficult to transplant. Annual

Flavor : Cilantro has a fresh, lemony taste while coriander seeds have a light, sweet taste.

Preparation Ideas : Chopped cilantro can be added to sour cream and used to garnish chili, soups and stews.

Seed Type : Heirloom

Latin name : Coriandrum sativum

Sow directly in full sun after all danger of frost has passed. Difficult to transplant

Seeding depth: 6mm (1/4")

Space between plants: 25cm (10")

Space between rows: 25cm (10")

Harvest the seeds in late summer by cutting off the mature seed heads. Spread the seed heads out on trays to dry in the sun. Beat by hand and store in jars. The smell of the seeds dissipates during storage.

- The leaves used as a garnish in a salad/soup

- Seeds used in meat and seafood/condiment for bread/biscuits/cakes.

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