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Koseret also known as kessie, kesse, kosearut, Gambey tea bush, lemon herb, butter clarifying herb, kesenet, quereret, kusay, kasey, kusaayee, kusaye, verveine d'Afrique, Brégué Balenté, Mousso et mâle, a-kimbo, ngadi, dutmutzuri or lippia abyssinica is an herb from the verbena family common to Ethiopian cuisine. Since koseret is relatively unique in flavor, there are no good replacements.1




  1. ^  "Authentic Niter Kibbeh (Ethiopian Spiced Clarified Butter)" Published: 15 April, 2018. Accessed: 8 March, 2021.