Vietnamese coriander is very much like cilantro and makes an excellent substitute as does coriander and parsley
Cilantro is coriander, to use this to replace a green vegetable would be a little strange. How about cabbage?
No. Most watercress soups use a chicken broth base.
Coriander is cilantro seeds so I would use cilantro
The general answer for herb and spice conversions is 3 parts of fresh for 1 part of dried. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of dried coriander leaf (also known as cilantro leaf), use 3 tablespoons of fresh instead. However, this conversion does not work for anything that is ground, such as coriander seed. This formula is only for whole spices or herbs.
Yes, just reduce the amount you use.
No you can't. Fresh coriander is when you use the leaves and ground coriander uses the seed of the plant. Their flavour is quite different from each other.
Coriander and oregano are not the same. Coriander and cilantro are the same, however. Generally people use the term coriander when referring to the seed and cilantro when referring to the grown plant.
The flavour should still be the same so yes. However, if you are using coriander to add colour, then it is best to use whole, fresh coriander.
Muththil / muttil (മുത്തിള്‍) or kodakan
cumin or omit it
Watercress is a shade of green.
Use 1 tbsp dried coriander for 3 tbsp freshly chopped.
They are not equivalent. Ground coriander is the seed whereas fresh coriander is the leaf of the plant. They are different flavors and cannot be substituted.
Watercress was enjoyed by the ancient Persians, Greeks, and Romans. When Hippocrates founded the first hospital on the Island of Kos around 400 BC, he grew wild watercress in the natural springs and used it to treat blood disorders. Nicholas Messier first grew watercress in Erfurt, Germany, in the middle of the 16th century. The herbalist John Gerard recommended watercress as a remedy for scurvy as early as 1636. It was far easier to obtain than citrus fruits in those days. Captain James Cook was able to circumnavigate the globe three times, due in part, to his use of watercress in his sailors' diets. Watercress was on the menu for the vary first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims and the American Indians. The French make a soup of potatoes and watercress, Potage Cressionniere. The English popularized watercress sandwiches. The Italians add sprigs of watercress to minestrone and other vegetable soups. The Chinese use watercress in soups as well.
yes we can eat watercress seeds
Watercress is called ativerai in Tamil.
You use it by eating and slurping it down your neck bye
Watercress is a leafy green vegetable often used in salads. It is also used in soups and sometimes on sandwiches. Fresh watercress would be watercress very recently harvested.
Animals such as pandas, cheetahs, and jaguars eat watercress.
In Telugu watercress is called Aadelu Kura.
No, coriander is a herb
There are about 4 calories in a cup of watercress salad.
Watercress is a vegetable known for being used in salads.