In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Cut the sweet potato, parsnip and broccoli into bite-sized chunks and add to the curry with the shallots and lemongrass.
- He could hardly taste the lemongrass, so dominant was the chilli.
- Effective non-chemical remedies include the essential oils from plants such as lemongrass, eucalyptus, cypress, lavender, rosemary and thyme.
- Add reduced chicken stock and lemongrass; simmer for 15 minutes.
- By the time you leave the city dried chilli, coriander and lemongrass have become as familiar to you as salt.
- Remove any tough outer leaves from the lemongrass then slice the tender insides into wafer thin rings.
- Food includes New York-style grilled sirloin and mash or the more eastern-themed steamed clams with lemongrass, while murals of Radio City Music Hall and the Rainbow Room will make Manhattan-ites feel at home.
- Laura keeps her pot of lemongrass in a sunny window.
- Add the white parts of the spring onions, the garlic, ginger and lemongrass and stir-fry for two to three minutes.
- Thai bouillabaisse is equally lush and vibrant with cilantro and lemongrass.
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