Do Vietnamese use coriander?
Vietnamese coriander is an herb. The leaves are used for medicine. People use Vietnamese coriander for diabetes, stomach pain, constipation, dandruff, gas (flatulence), and to reduce sexual desire, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
What are the main spices in Vietnamese food?
- Black Cardamom.
- Black Peppercorns.
- White Peppercorns.
- Coriander Seeds.
- Casia Bark.
- Fennel Seeds.
What are Vietnamese Flavours?
The flavors of Vietnam are fresh and light, featuring herbs such as basil, Vietnamese mint, lemongrass, and coriander/cilantro. The versatile fish sauce known as nuoc mam makes an appearance at most meals, as do seafood, rice noodles, fresh vegetables, rice, and lime juice.
Is garlic used in Vietnamese cooking?
Garlic can be added to stir-fried vegetables to bring out a distinct taste in the originally bland vegetables. This recipe is common in Vietnamese cuisine, as well as Chinese and Thai cuisines. The aroma of garlic also complements different types of meat when stir-fried, especially beef.
Is Vietnamese coriander a perennial?
The Vietnamese coriander is a perennial plant that grows best in tropical and subtropical zones in warm and damp conditions. It can grow up to 15 to 30 cm. In the winter or when the temperature is too high, it can wither.