Cilantro- Coriander, Split
Cilantro - Coriander, Split microgreens seeds - try the citrusy taste of Mexican cuisine
Love it or hate it, coriander is an essential ingredient for a variety of culinary delights. From Mexican tacos to savory Asian curries, the distinct citrusy flavor adds zest and freshness that can't be replicated with other herbs. Its Latin name Coriandrum sativum completes its world-wide desirability making this versatile herb preferred by home cooks everywhere!
Cultivation tips for Cilantro:
With a few simple steps, it's easy to get Cilantro microgreens in no time! All you have to do is plant the seeds and watch them grow. They don't even need soaking beforehand. Just 5-6 short days for germination and 14 more growing - you'll be harvesting something delicious! It is recommended to grow Coriander to true leaves phase appear.
Cilantro microgreens offer far more than just a delicious flavor. Studies have found that the greens are nutritionaly packed, with high levels of Vitamin K similar to baby spinach and only slightly lower concentrations of Vitamin C versus an orange! Not to mention carotenoids which help protect cells & organs (for example carotenoids like: lutein and zeaxanthin are for eyes protection). In Coriander microgreens you will also find Vitamin E which is crucial for boosting your immune system.
Get creative with adding this superfood into meals today!
lat. Coriandrum sativum
avg. 80 seeds/gram