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Coriander


Coriander or cilantro leaves or "Pak chee" in Thai. It is a leafy aromatic herb. In Thai cooking, the whole plant is valued, from the tender leaves to the firm roots. The sweetly scented leaves are tossed into soups at the last minute (cooking dissipates the refreshing flavor) and eaten raw in salads; sprigs serve as the ubiquitous garnish; and roots and bottom stems get smashed and added to soup stocks and stews, or minced and reduced with other herbs to make curry and chilli pastes.

Availability : Year round

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