Some call it cilantro; others call it coriander, or even Chinese parsley. Whatever you call it, chances are you either love
it or hate it. This native of southern Europe and the Middle East has a pungent flavor, with a faint undertone of anise. The
leaves are often mistaken for flat-leaf parsley, so read the tag. One of the most versatile herbs, cilantro adds distinctive
flavor to salsas, soups, stews, curries, salads, vegetables, fish, and chicken dishes.
Try these recipes:
• Cilantro Turkey Burgers with Chipotle Ketchup
• Cilantro Citrus Chicken
• Adobo Chips with Warm Goat Cheese and Cilantro Salsa