Coriander

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Overview

This is a plant of which the leaves are used fresh. It has a very subtle flavour which is remarkable in salads. It is an indispensible ingredient in Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. The seeds are also available (like white pepper grains but paler), which have a different taste.

Use

Remove the coriander leaves from their stalks.coriander
Chop leaves with scissors or a sharp knife, and add them to your recipe.coriander

Keeping

Coriander can be kept frozen.

Remarks

Coriander is also called "Chinese parsley".

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Last modified on: August 8th 2017

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