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Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai

Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai
Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai
Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai
Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai
Culantro seeds, Mexican Coriander, Ngo Gai
$2.99
  • Stock: 24
  • Model: P485
  • SKU: SKU2402485
  • Location: Loc:TR48593
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Culantro seeds. Mexican Coriander: Bring an authentic Mexican flavor to your dishes with these flavorful and aromatic seeds. A versatile herb that adds a distinct taste to salsas, soups, and marinades.

Appearance:

Culantro, also known as recao, is a leafy herb that is commonly used in Caribbean, Latin American, and Asian cuisine. It has long, serrated leaves that grow in a rosette pattern and produce small white or pink flowers on tall spikes.


Growing Conditions:

Culantro is a tropical herb that grows best in warm and humid conditions. It requires a minimum temperature of around 60°F (16°C) and prefers a temperature range of 70-85°F (21-29°C) for optimal growth. It is sensitive to cold temperatures and cannot tolerate frost, so it should be grown in a warm and sheltered location, particularly in areas with cooler climates. It grows best in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and has a pH range between 6.0-7.0. It requires full sun to partial shade exposure and regular watering to maintain moist soil. 


Harvesting:

Culantro leaves can be harvested when they are young and tender, typically around 8-10 weeks after planting. The leaves should be harvested regularly to promote new growth and prevent the plant from bolting. The flowers can also be harvested and used in salads or as a garnish.


Nutrition:

Culantro is low in calories and is a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, and potassium. It is also rich in antioxidants and has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.


Common use:

Culantro is commonly used in Caribbean, Latin American, and Asian cuisine, particularly in dishes such as stews, soups, and marinades. It has a strong, pungent flavor that is similar to cilantro, but with a more robust and earthy taste. Culantro is often used as a substitute for cilantro in recipes, as it is more tolerant of heat and retains its flavor when cooked.


Health benefits:

Culantro has been shown to have a number of health benefits, including reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and lowering blood pressure. It is also believed to have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, which may help to reduce the risk of infection. Additionally, culantro is high in fiber, which can help to improve digestive health and reduce the risk of heart disease.



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