Cilantro Roots

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cilantro roots

Raag Pug Chee   รากผักชี

Cilantro with roots are available at some farmers' markets.  I cut the roots (with a little bit of stem) and use the rest.  It can be washed and frozen for later use without losing its potency.

Roots are used frequently in Thai cooking.  It tastes milder than cilantro leaves.  

Drop some cilantro roots in soup for the wonder aroma and taste.

Recipes made with cilantro roots

  • vegetarian red curry paste

    Vegetarian Red Curry Paste

    Prig Gang Mungsavirat

    Vegetarian red curry paste

  • oxtail soup

    Oxtail Soup

    Soop Hang Woa

    Clear spicy and sour oxtail soup. 

  • green curry paste

    Green Curry Paste

    Prig Gang Kiew Wan

    Spicy green curry paste made with fresh Thai green chili peppers.

  • red curry paste

    Red Curry Paste

    Prig Gang Ped

    Aromatic curry paste made with Thai fresh and dry spices

  • tapioca dumplings

    Tapioca Dumplings

    Saku Sai Moo

    Steamed dumplings with pork and peanut filling wrapped in tapioca pearls

  • grilled chicken

    Grilled Chicken

    Gai Yaang

    Thai grilled chicken, marinated in lemongrass, garlic, salt and pepper.

  • pork rice porridge

    Pork Rice Porridge

    Joke Moo Sub

    Rice porridge with ground pork balls, chopped cilantro, green onion and ginger.

  • tom sab leng

    Tom Sab Leng

    Fallen off the bone pork backbones in super spicy and sour broth

  • braised pork shank on rice

    Braised Pork Shank on Rice

    Kow Kha Moo

    Braised pork shank with gummy and soft rind, served with blanched Chinese broccoli, pickled mustard and chili garlic sauce

  • tom yum noodles

    Tom Yum Noodles

    Guay Tiew Moo Tom Yum

    Spicy and sour noodle soup served with crushed peanuts, powdered chili and lime juice

  • pork soup

    Pork Soup

    Nam Guay Tiew

    Rich pork soup, easy to make, great for noodle soup

  • tom yum noodles

    Tom Yum Noodles

    Guay Tiew Moo Tom Yum

    Spicy and sour noodle soup served with crushed peanuts, powdered chili and lime juice

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