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Herbs in the Thai Kitchen
The harmonization of tastes, the diversity of Thai food and the many of Thai-herbs are a priceless heritage that belongs not only to Thai people but also to all people in the world.
Herbs are a great addition to food, not just because they add special flavor and spicy taste to our food, but also contain many anti-microbial substances that help keep our food protected from these agents. In general, herbs are employed in small amounts while preparing recipes but fresh healthy herb leaves can being used in all soups and herbal sauces.
Herbs contain unique anti-oxidants, essential oils, vitamins and many other plants nutrient substances, which help equip our body.
Agasta is a delicious sour flowers that should not be missed.
It's full of calcium and phosphorus. Flowers enhance the body immunity and also has medicinal value, for the balance of the body in the medicine of Thailand. In fact, there are many benefits of it. So if you are planting flowers for your consumption, you are on the right way.
A small, fast growing tropical legume tree, to a height of 10 m. It has exceptionally large pea flowers which range in colour from white and pink through to red. The leaves are finely pinnate and the seedpods are long and narrow. It is adapted to the tropics and is frost sensitive. Agati does best in warm humid areas, it does not tolerate temperatures below 10°C, but it will grow in a wide range of soils, even poor ones.
Sow: Wait for warm, weather to sow; a soil temperature of at least 25°C is needed.
Seed Preparation: It can be direct sown or sown into seedling trays for later transplanting. It is very important to use a free-draining seed raising mix.
Spacing: Plant out at 1.5 - 2 m spacings. Agati can be propagated by cuttings or seedlings.
Young leaves, flowers and tender pods are all favourite Asian vegetables. In Thailand, the flowers are called dok khae. The leaves contain over 36% crude protein (dry weight) and with their high mineral and vitamin content, they make a nutritious, vegetable.
Holy Basil – 2000 Seeds
Thai Basil, that Thai people love most, it is bai Kraprao, or holy basil. This basil is used together with garlic, fresh chillies and fish sauce, it imparts a wonderful flavor to any meat or seafood.
Long Coriander - Cilantro 10g
Long Coriander is sometimes called Culantro. Thais call it foreigner coriander. It’s mainly used to flavor soups. In Asia, it is most popular in the countries of the South East Asian peninsular.
Sweet Basil – Bai Horapha
Thai Sweet Basil (Bai Horapha): This thai variety of sweet basil provides the unusual basil flavor present in so many Thai dishes. Its leaves are deep green,
smaller as Western sweet basil.
Thai Coriander - Pak Chee 10 g
Coriander is an essential ingredient in many Thai dishes and every part of the plant is used, that is arguably the most widely used seasoning in Thailand.
Lemon Balm - 200 Seeds
Lemon balm is used as a flavouring in ice cream and herbal teas, both hot and iced, often in combination with other herbs such as spearmint.
Lemon Basil - 5 g
Lemon basil (Thailand - Maeng lak) is known for its distinct lemon aroma. Lemon basil should be used fresh and added during the last moments of cooking.
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