Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Cilantro / Coriander / Green Juice Recipe









Coriander Juice:



Here’s an amazing  green  juice  recipe  that’s made with fresh  coriander  leaves.  The juice of coriander  ( also known as  cilantro ) is beneficial in producing vitamin A, B1, B2., C and iron. It is also highly beneficial in treating digestive disorders such as indigestion, nausea, dysentery, hepatitis and colitis.


Regular drinking of coriander juice,  lowers  the blood cholesterol and is highly effective in kidney functioning.


Try this quick & easy coriander juice recipe, having more medicinal values...!






Ingredients:











  • Coriander / cilantro / Kothumalli leaves  – a bunch
  • Lime juice                                             - 1 to 2 tbsp
  • Salt                                                      - ½ tsp
  • Water                                                    - 1 small glass






Method:






  1. Take a bunch of Coriander / Kothumalli leaves.
  2. Wash it clean.
  3. Cut it in small pieces.











  1. Put it in a pot and pour clean water.
  2. Boil it for 10 minutes.
  3. Let it cool down.
  4. Filter it and pour it in a clean bottle.
  5. Keep it inside refrigerator to cool.












  1. Serve chilled by adding lime juice and salt.





Hope you'll forward this to all your loved ones..
   

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·       Mint Lemon Juice
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64 comments:

  1. So refreshing and healthy!

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  2. Wow never thought of making coriander juice...have couple of bunches in my fridge..there I go..

    Muskaan

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  3. That looks amazing!! Delicious and refreshing!!! My hubby is not very fond of coriander (i dont know y) but i will make sure he has this juice now!! Just for the benefits! Thank u for sharing

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  4. Love the flavor,refreshing drink.

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  5. Healthy and refreshing drink..

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  6. That presentation with fresh leaves look great..,..Good one !!

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  7. Thanks for your valuable feedback...
    since Am little busy with my sons birthday celebs and family outings, couldn't engage in active blogging...
    will catch you up all soon..:)
    have a wonderful day..!

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  8. Very healthy soup indeed......Thanks for the nutrition info/ will try soon.

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  9. Thanks dear for sharing a delicious looking healthy juice!

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  10. I am a very big fan of coriander leaves though I have not heard about this juice.Thanks a lot for sharing this innovative recipe.

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  11. really healthy one..

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  12. never tried alone really refreshing drink in looking &drinking

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  13. Nt tried yet.....a healthy drink....
    Thanx for sharing dear!!!!

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  14. Nt tried yet.....a healthy drink....
    Thanx for sharing dear!!!!

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  15. refreshing and healthy drink..thanks for sharing...

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  16. Oh very refreshing post!!

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  17. Thats a super healthy juice.

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  18. Love the sound of this drink flavor combo!

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  19. Super looking juices,quite addictive and tempting.

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  20. This one looks lovely Jay, I make the raw juice but boiling cilantro and the juice from that gives a lovely green color and makes it such a treat to the eyes.

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  21. That green color looks lovely! I'd love to try this some time.. :) The salt would be interesting to add.

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  22. That a beautiful and fresh drink!

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  23. Beautiful drink, and I love the addition of the lime. I think I would really like this and hope to give it a try soon!

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  24. I find cilantro as one of those herbs that you either love or hate. Luckily, I love it and use it regularly. I knew it had some health benefits but not to the level you describe. Thanks for that information! This juice looks very refreshing and tasty!

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  25. This is a great recipe! I love cilantro and to make a drink out is a lovely idea. This one I will surely be trying out!

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  26. This juice is unique, as I never try before. I would like to try to make this juice one day.

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  27. Nice and refreshing juice...

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  28. Very healthy and refreshing juice Jay

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  29. Wow never thought those ingredients can be turned into a juice, what a very interesting find.

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  30. Delicious, healthy, and refreshing! Awesome!

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  31. What an alternative, healthy & apart drink! Yum! ;)

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  32. wow great healthy juice... its green colour looks refreshing...

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  33. that's a really healthy drink dear...so refreshing !


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  34. Never really thought of making juice out of coriander...but I simply love the refreshing color of this juice...and very healthy too

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  35. Flavourful juice , very fragnant t should be..yummy

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  36. Wow, this looks so refreshing and good. Love coriander! Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Jay, thanks for sharing the refreshing juice. I loves coriander but usually use for cooking.

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  38. looks refreshing and healthy Jay....just what we need as winter sets in !

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  39. Looks so refreshing and very healthy too:)

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  40. The juice looks so unique and refreshing!

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  41. Nvever knew that about coriander ,thanx for the info , the drink looks really good , will def five a try . Thanx again Jay .

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  42. Thanks for such a generous feedback. I am glad you love this amazing drink. Encouragement as this, is what keeps me going..:)

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  43. Wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting my blog. I am a new follower and looking forward to exploring your blog. Have a great day!

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  44. Interesting...I absolutely love the color of this!

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  45. Your website is so informative. This looks like a cool and refreshing drink plus who knew is so good for you too. I personally love cilantro.
    www.compulsivefoodie.com

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  46. I use this a lot in my cooking, but I have never thought about drinking it. I am now very curious to try it.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  47. I never tried making juice out of coriander leaves. this looks stunning.

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  48. this is such a great idea....looks refreshing !

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  49. I know Coriander Chutney, Coriander Rice, using Coriander for garnishing ... but Coriander Juice? Wow, absolutely new to me!!

    Spusht.blogspot.com

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  50. there's an award for u in my space...plz accept it :-)


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  51. The juice looks very refreshing!

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  52. Very interesting. I love cilantro and lime but I'd never though to make a juice out of it

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  53. wow.. seems very interesting.. n healthy too..

    Riddhima
    Culinaryvibes.blogspot.com

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  54. look at that vibrant green- how can that NOT be good for you!

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  55. Nice and creative recipe..lovely blog too!! Thanks for dropping at my space..happy to follow u :)

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  56. Hello, Jay. Thanks for dropping by my blog.
    This juice is pretty unusual to me. I've seen many healthy juices before and this must be the first time I've seen it made from coriander. I do like coriander. This might be interesting.

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  57. here I am, jay, to taste your dishes!!! tour blog is the first foreign one I am going to follow. little hard for me without translation, but I will try! thank you very much for visiting my page, but I still don't find you among my followers, maybe something wrong with blogger! I hope to meet you again, sorry for my english and have a nice evening!!!

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  58. Thanks for this recipe, but why do you boil the coriander as opposed to just juicing it? Does the boiling not destroy much of the nutrients?

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