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Sunday
Jan092011

Cilantro 香菜 (xiāng cài)

This annual herb looks similar to parsley and the leaves have a sharp citrusy taste. It is not only popular in Asia but also is an important ingredient in Mexican and South American cuisine. It is sometimes referred to as coriander or Chinese parsley.

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