Lemongrass is Asia’s main source of citrus flavouring. It is used in South East Asian cuisine, extensively in Thai dishes, especially in soups, salads and curries. The swollen leaf base are the most used part of the vegetable. Lemongrass is generally available all year round, although the bottled varieties are also available. If frozen in an air-tight bag, it can be preserved for several months in the refrigerator.

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