Pakchi (pickled greens) that becomes addictive once you eat it. Recently, it has become so popular that there are restaurants specializing in coriander dishes, but its appeal is not limited to its taste and aroma. If you know the nutritional benefits contained in coriander, you will love coriander even more. I will also introduce you to the easy-to-make Japanese noodles recipe!
Pakchi was a herbal medicine that improves the flow of energy and wards off evil!
The season for cilantro is from spring to early summer. In addition to its fragrant aroma and deliciousness, it is also delicious during the rainy season, and many coriander dishes and recipes are available during this time. In traditional Chinese medicine, cilantro is called gensui, and like ginger and green onions, it is a wonderful herbal medicine that makes you sweat and expel evil spirits.
Moreover, since it is highly aromatic, it has the effect of smoothing the circulation of mind. The rainy season in Japan is hot and humid, making it very uncomfortable. It is one of the ingredients.
What foods do you want to eat during the rainy season?
Edible herbal medicines. Shiso stalks and ginger skin are also effective, so I want to eat them together.Humidity is also an evil from the outside. The best way to get rid of this discomfort is to take something with a tranquilizing effect and sweat away the evil spirits.
■Ingredients with clarification effect
Perilla, ginger, green onions, coriander, tochi, cinnamon, etc. During the
rainy season, the humidity makes the circulation of energy worse. Aromatic ingredients are often used to improve the flow of energy, remove moisture, and stimulate the appetite.
■Ingredients that have aromatizing and moistening properties
Japanese pepper, coriander, perilla, citrus peel, jasmine, fennel, etc.
Also for mass consumption of coriander! Coriander dressing noodle recipe
“Noodles dressed with coriander”. I sweat!
Ingredients for coriander noodles (for 2 people)
Calculating that one person can eat one bag of coriander!Coriander: 2 bags (70g)
Chinese noodles: 2 balls (raw noodle type)
Green onions: 10 centimeters
Sesame oil: 1-2 tablespoons Chili pepper: A
A Vinegar: 2 tablespoons
Grated ginger: 2 teaspoons
A Chicken bone soup stock…… 2 tsp
How to make “Coriander dressing noodles”
1 Boil Chinese noodles according to package directions. Rinse with running water, drain, and loosen with sesame oil.
2 Put the ingredients of A and the leftover cilantro in a mixer and mix. Mix with the Chinese noodles from Step 1 and serve in a bowl.
3 Cut the green onions in half lengthwise and then thinly slice diagonally. Roughly chop one coriander root, mix with green onions, sesame oil, and chili peppers, and place on top of the tossed noodles.