Cilantro

Description

Many are familiar with the culinary uses of Cilantro leaf, one of the most popular spices used in Latin American cuisine and referred to by the common name, cilantro. The dried seeds of Cilantro are referred to as coriander and are also used in cooking, especially in curries from various parts of India, and in Chinese, Portuguese, and African cooking. The plant itself is in the Apiaceae family and is…

 

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