Cilantro

(Mexican) A pungent green herb used in Mexican food cooking, Indian and Central Asian recipes. The seed produced at full maturity is coriander .
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cilantro

(SEE-lan-trow) - Cilantro is the Spanish word for coriander leaves. It is also sometimes called Chinese or Mexican parsley. Technically, coriander refers to the entire plant. It is a member of the carrot family. Chopped fresh leaves are widely used in Mexican and Tex-Mex cooking, where they are combined with chiles and added to salsas, guacamoles,....
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Cilantro

(Vegetarian) Bright green lacy leaves and stems of the coriander plant. Used in Asian and Mexican cuisine.
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Cilantro

Corriander. An herb used all over Mexico for Mexican food seasoning.
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Cilantro

Fresh, green Coriander
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Cilantro

Hara Dhania
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Cilantro

Hara Dhania Patta
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Cilantro

Parsley like herb with a basil, mint and green onion flavor, popular in Chinese and Mexican/Latin cuisine
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