03 Nov 2009

Coriander is the world's most commonly used herb. Native to southern Europe and the Middle East, the plant is available worldwide. Both the fresh leaves and seeds are used. The herb has a fresh taste, similar to orange, and is an important ingredient in curry. It's also called dhania and or cilantro.

Use: Curries, sambals, salads, marinades, stews, in any dish you with to flavour with this herb.



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