Vietnamese Name: Ngò Gai
Common Culinary Names: Sawtooth Herb, Mexican/ Wild /Thorny coriander, Culantro
Botanical Family & Name: Apiaceae, Eryngium Foetidum
Vegetative Description: Long, slender green leaves with serrated edged leaves.
Native Habitat & Ecology: Native Mexico, Central & South America
Tasting Note: Strong cilantro flavor
Culinary Uses: Usually found on herb plates accompanying Phỏ and Crispy Crepes (Bánh Xeò)
Medicinal Uses: Tea to stimulate appetite, soothes stomach pain, improves digestion
Propagation: By seed.
Other Names: Phak Chii Farang (Thai)