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Fragrant, Pungent Coriander

Could this be the world’s most popular herb?

Fine Cooking Issue 08
Photos: Sloan Howard, Robert Marsala, Suzanne Roman & Eleanor Thompson
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Coriander is an everyday component of foods in Mexican, Chinese, and Indian cultures. This author clarifies confusion about its relationship to cilantro, explains how to select, store, and prepare it, and talks about its relationship to hot and bold flavors. Recipes include Coriander Chutney, Yellow Rice with Pigeon Peas, Pakistani Potato Kebabs, and Guacamole.


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