What is the Tamil name for parsley herb?
Parsley is Chinese coriander. It looks like our Indian coriander (kothamalli) but it doesn't have that significant aroma which our kothamalli has.
Parsley herb கொத்தமல்லி (Kothamalli)
tamil name of sage herb
Parsley is a herb.
It is called as kothamalli.
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The tamil name of rosemary is THALISABATRI mostly used in treating respiratory disorders in Siddha medicine.
Yes, parsley is green leave herb its used in decoration and good taste of the food
Parsley in my terms is a type of herb
Common names for this herb include parsley breakstone, garden parsley, rock parsley, parsley, and petersylinge.
No, it is a herb
The most widely used herb in the world is parsley, a green herb used in many dishes to add flavor. Parsley can also often be found in teas. There are 30 different kinds of parsley. The parsley leaves can destroy odor, so chewing it can ward off bad breath. Parsley is a crop, as well as a wild growth herb. Long ago, people chewed parsley to eliminate drunken-ness.Parsley is a healthy herb, and every teaspoon… Read More
would have to be parsley. Answer No, it's not parsley. According to the Encyclopedia of Italian Cooking the most used herb in Italian cooking is Basil.
The Tamil name for jaundice is "kaamaalai". It is also referred by "majak kaamaalai". In Tamil medicinal system (called the Siddha system) the herb "keezhaa nelli" is used to cure completely jaundice. You can also visit the site http://www.thesiddhamedicine.com for getting more information of the system Dr.J.Raamachandran
Parsley tends to be used as an herb, and as a spice, in food preparation and service. There are two forms of parsley that are used as herbs. One form has the common name of curly leaf parsley [Petroselinum crispum]. The other has the common name of flat leaf parsley, or chervil [Petroselinum neapolitanum]. The curly leaf tends to be preferred by cautious cooks. For unlike its flat leaf counterpart, it can't be confused with… Read More
Maca is a Peruvian Herb native to South America. There is no name of this particular herb [tuber root] in India. The Organic Powder of Maca Root is available in India. The Herb is considered God's Herb as it can cure many types of ailments and disorders in humans.
Horses can eat parsley. In fact, it is believed that parsley is a super herb for treating urinary tract infections in horses.
In the Middle Ages this lovely herb was known as merry parsley and was credited with lethal powers. It was believed that one could bring certain death to an adversary by pulling a parsley root from the earth while calling out the enemy's name
There is no synonym, but parsley is a herb, or an ingredient. Its use as a garnish could have the synonym decoration, adornment, or trimming.
The meaning garnish in tamil is something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration
Parsley is a herb, the roots grow in soil, the stalks and leaves grow above ground, the parts of the plant we used as a herb all grow above ground.
Obivously its a herb rich in Iron not Vegetable but some people call it as vegetable. Its a leafy herb
In general you should halve the quantity when using a dried herb. This is because a lot of the fresh herb is water, and the flavour is concentrated when you dry it.
The scientific name for chervil is anthriscus cerefolium. It is an herb that is very similar to parsley and often used in French cuisine. It is sometimes called garden chervil.
Parsley is native to Southern Italy in Europe as well as Tunisia and Algeria in North Africa. However, it is widely grown in South African gardens and also known by its Afrikaans name pietersielie.
Parsley for Horse Isle
The tagalog term is "damong perehil"
It depends what you are substituting it in. For example if it for garnish, then any herb really, but you could try basil or corriander. If it is to be included in a dish then it depends on the dish. Ideally you should use a herb that tastes like Parsley. I hope this helps :)
What is the Botanical Name of herb known in India as Vishnugranti used in cold cough treatments Can a picture of that herb be posted for viewing?
vishnukranti(in tamil) is called as euvolulus alsinoides that used to cure common cold and fever.
Parsley is an herb that can be grown anywhere. It is very easy to grow.
Parsley is usually the only herb in a fish pie.
In simple words its a herb. Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is in the same family (Apiaceae) as parsnip, celery, dill, and carrots. The word "parsley" comes from the Latin petros selinon, meaning "rock celery."
In all vegetable markets and super markets you will get parsley. கொத்தமல்லி தழை It is called as "kothamalli ' in Tamilnadu, ask for "kothamalli leaves"
Parsley can cause photosensitivity in fair-skinned persons exposed to sunlight after "intensive skin contact" with the freshly harvested herb. Parsley may also cause allergy in sensitive persons.
In the seder meal the parsley, or other type of bitter herb, represents the bitter taste of slavery and affliction. In some homes parsley is used because it looks similar to a flail.
Parsley also called as Ajmoda, Bariajmud अजमोदा is a Aromatic herb with flat or crinkly leaves that are cut finely and used to garnish food.
Parsley sage rosemary thyme by hambon.
Parsley is a bright green biennial herb, often used as spice. It is common in Middle Eastern, European, and American cooking. In modern cooking, parsley is used for its leaf in much the same way as coriander (which is also known as Chinese parsley or cilantro), although parsley is perceived to have a milder flavor.
The Hungarian word for parsley is petrezselyem It is widely available in Hungarian markets. The variety sold is the flat leafed kind known as "Italian" in the U.S.
Absolutely yes! Parsley is rich in many vital vitamins, including Vitamin C, B 12, K and A. This means parsley keeps your immune system strong, tones your bones and heals the nervous system, too. It helps flush out excess fluid from the body, thus supporting kidney function. However, the herb contains oxalates, which can cause problems for those with existing kidney and gall bladder problems. Regular use of parsley can help control your blood pressure… Read More
The correct spelling is parcel (as in a package, or to divide up). The similar word is "parsley" (as in the herb).
Parsley (Petroselinum hortense) is a species of Petroselinum in the family Apiaceae, native to the central Mediterranean region (southern Italy, Algeria and Tunisia), naturalized elsewhere in Europe, and widely cultivated as an herb, a spice and a vegetable. neither, it is a herbaceous plant but for culinary purposes it is used as a vegetable
Parsley is a plain herb, meaning it does not have a strong flavor. The flavor is most like pepper but not nearly as strong. Many recipes call for parsley for the look and not necessarily the flavor. Some possible substitutes would be cilantro, coriander, or basil.
Nope! Dhaniya leaves of India is called Cilantro and Parsley is totally a different herb (although it does look like dhaniya leaves)!
The common name is PARSLEY, and the scientific name is PETROSELIUM CRISPUM.
women should not use parsley during pregnancy or lactation. Parsley irritates the epithelial tissues of the kidney, increasing blood flow and filtration rate; therefore persons with kidney disease should not take this herb internally
Parsley is a small, fine, green leafy herb that is regularly available in the produce section of grocery stores and supermarkets. It's frequently displayed next to a similar looking herb, cilantro (leaf coriander). Parsley is also marketed in a dried form in plastic containers that range in size from a few grams to a few ounces. It is found in this form in the dried spice section of the store. Some stores make it available… Read More
Oregano is very strong and difficult to remediate. The most common solution to over-herbing is to balance with parsley, a vey mild herb. Place about 3 times the amount of parsley as oregano in an herb bag and simmer in your sauce for about 15 minutes. Then you can remove the bag and your sauce will not be clogged with leaves.