Coralwood may be used as a culinary spice
- An ingredient in spice blends
- May be used for herbal colouring (orange/reddish brown)
- May be used for pickled herrings
Recommended use:. Herbal colouring: orange/reddish brown
Used for pickled herrings and as an ingredient in spice mixes.
Coralwood is cultivated in South India and most parts of Southeast Asia. It is used for cooking, particularly in Indian dishes and for spice mixes.
Coralwood is also used as a spice in, e.g., pastrami og chorizo, providing the significant red colour of these delicacies.
Powder of African coralwood (Pterocarpus soyauxii)