Definition of lemongrass
: a grass (Cymbopogon citratus) of robust habit native to southern India and Ceylon that is grown in tropical regions for its lemon-scented foliage used as a seasoning and that is the source of an aromatic essential oil; also : its foliage
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Snap peas, kohlrabi, and broccoli spigarello are tossed with a lemongrass dressing that stars the sour Turkish pepper urfa biber.
If prioritizing, skip the mango barbecue—which cools the palate but is the least adventurous of the trio—and order just the jerk and the Kim-Chi with lemongrass.
Squire also grows herbs such as lemongrass, rosemary, French sorrel and oregano.
The Grass on the Field (gin, elderflower liqueur, lemongrass syrup, and lime juice) was herbal and savory, by far the most interesting of the bunch.
That would be the lavender and lemongrass essential oils, both of which have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can help balance oily or breakout-prone skin.
Preparation Whisk shallot, lemongrass, chile, lime juice, orange juice, ginger, and salt in a small bowl.
Invert onto a serving bowl and pour lemongrass-ginger soup over the top of the Cassis Royale.
Laprise, on this night, found a most excellent loin of lamb with king eryngii mushrooms, pickled eggplant, tarragon puree, lemongrass and mint sauce.
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