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Exotic pleasures from German lands
Iglo launches first frozen coriander
Asian trend for your home
Whether it is added to summer rolls, noodles or wok dishes, coriander gives Asian recipes just that extra touch with its slightly lemony-spicy flavour. With just one short visit to your freezer, in an instant any meat, fish or vegetarian dish will taste that much more refined. In order for the coriander to develop its aroma optimally, the herbs should be added only when you are just about done cooking your dish. This way you can surprise friends and family with a culinary salute from the Far East.
Ideal conditions for this exotic herb
The nutrient-rich soils and mild climate of the Westphalian Münsterland are ideally suited for the cultivation of herbs. And their Asian cousins will also be very comfortable there. Regional farmers and cultivators are working hand in hand so that even our children and grandchildren can enjoy these vegetables and herbs.
Simple and always at hand: the Iglo herb garden
Classics like basil, parsley, dill and chives; practical combinations such as Italian herbs, garden herbs, Eight Herbs or soup vegetables, the onion-garlic combo, and now also coriander: there is one thing they all have in common. They are freshly harvested, quickly shock-frozen and therefore remain rich in taste and nutritional value.
For more information:
Iglo Herbs Assortment
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