Coriander, leaves

Coriander, leaves
Coriander is an herb of the apiaceae family, also known as coriander, cilantro, Chinese parsley or dannia, used in culinary as a garnish and flavoring for meals, sauces, creams, soups, salads and in the famous guacamole, which is a Characteristic dish in Mexican and Latin American food based on avocado or avocado. Coriander is mainly used for its leaves and stems, although in many preparations the seeds that have a deeper smell and flavor than the plant itself are used.
Eatable percent 90%
Calories (kcal) 52kcal
Protein (g) 4.2g
Lipids (g) 0.4g
Carbohydrates (g) 8g
Fiber (g) 0g
Tiamine (mg) 0.26mg
Riboflavin (mg) 0.3mg
Niacin (mg) 1.8mg
Vitamin C (mg) 68mg
Vitamin A (mg) 390mg
Calcium (mg) 260mg
Iron (mg) 260mg
Sodium (mg) 0mg
Phosphorus (mg) 135mg
Zinc (mg) mg