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corianderco‧ri‧an‧der /ˌkɒriˈændə $ ˌkɔːriˈændər/ noun [uncountable] British English  DFCHBPa herb, used especially in Asian and Mexican cooking syn cilantro American English
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corianderStir in reserved ground cumin and coriander, reserved orange zest, and salt and pepper.Fry the onions, garlic, chilli, ginger, coriander, cumin and turmeric in the oil. 3.The commonly used spices include pepper, nutmeg, mace, cinnamon, mustard, coriander, sage, and garlic.Jane smelled of coriander and clay soaked by hard rain.It is seasoned with onions, coriander, ginger, marjoram, and mustard.Garnish with parsley or coriander and orange segments.The picture can then be outlined using seeds - peppers, coriander, melon, etc.Chop the coriander leaves and mix with the ginger.
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