Coriander Juice Recipe

Gems Gems, December 1, 2018

Coriander Juice

As the name suggests the main ingredient of  Coriander Juice is Cilantro or Coriander leaves. They are rich in antioxidants like beta-cryptoxanthin, beta-carotene, kaempferol and quercetin. It is a potent source of vitamin C.  Coriander leaves are a major ingredient to prepare dips, spreads and chutneys. It is a main ingredient for garnishing in many of the Indian dishes.

Coriander Juice has many health benefits like improving digestion and metabolism, reduce inflammation, protects liver and heart and removes heavy metals from body (detoxification).

Coriander leaves is known cilantro or Chinese parsley. All the parts of the coriander plant is edible and useful. Cilantro is a native plant of southern Europe, southwestern Asia and northern Africa regions.



Recipe : Coriander Juice

Coriander Juice Recipe
Serves: 1 Glass
Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
  • 1 Hand full or a small bunch of coriander leaves
  • ½ cup of water
  • One small lemon
  • Salt as required (use less salt)
Using a Mixer grinder
  1. Clean the coriander leaves properly
  2. Chop the leaves using a knife or chopper
  3. Add the leaves to a mixer grinder
  4. Add water in to it until the leaves are just covered
  5. Grind it properly
  6. Strain it using a strainer and get the juice
  7. Squeeze lemon and get juice out of it
  8. Add lemon juice in to the coriander juice
  9. Add salt and serve.
Without Mixer grinder
  1. In a pan, add water
  2. Add coriander leaves in to it
  3. Boil the water for 10 minutes in low to medium flame
  4. In between, add more water if necessary.
  5. Remove from flame and keep it in the pan until the temperature become normal
  6. Strain the mixture using a strainer and get the juice.
  7. Squeeze lemon and get juice out of it
  8. Add lemon juice in to the coriander juice
  9. Add salt and serve.
Both the preparation method carries same nutritional value
Nutrition Information
Calories: 30 kcal Fat: 0.59 g Carbohydrates: 5.77 g Protein: 2.24 g


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