Does this leafy green look familiar to you?
Love it or hate it, there’s no in between when it comes to the debate on coriander. Also known as Chinese parsley, the herb is used as a garnish on many local dishes. If you’re a lover of this herb, then this might just be the good news you’ve been waiting for.
The famous Japanese snack brand Pretz now has a coriander-flavoured Pretz. Yes, you heard right.
Following a post on thepapermilksmags showing pictures of the snack, netizens are having mixed reactions at the prospect of having their favourite (or not so favourite) herb as a bite-sized treat.
However, this is not a new addition to the Pretz repertoire of flavours. Launched in August 2017 at convenience stores in Japan, the snack is described to have the iconic Pretz saltiness combined with the overwhelming aroma of coriander.
We’re not sure how to feel about it but if any of you are heading to Japan soon, give this a try maybe? Then maybe help tapao back a few boxes for us too! 😛
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