Country of Origin
Coriander is a one-year Umbelliferae with dark green leaves. It will be approx. 60 cm high.
Coriander seeds have a mild citrus-like taste.
Coriander is used especially in Asian cuisine for example soups, Indian food, Thai food and wok dishes. It is also used in cakes and bread.
Coriander originates originally from Asia and North Africa, where it is found wild. It was brought to northern Europe by the Romans.
Coriander contains vitamin A beta carotene, vitamin E, and the minerals potassium and iron.