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Cilantro (Culantro)

Cilantro (Culantro)

Coriander

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Though Cilantro is originally not from Latin America, it has become widely popular in Peru and probably is the most used herb in Peruvian cuisine. While Coriander seeds are only occasionally used as a spice, especially the fresh leaves are used in many typical Peruvian dishes like Arroz con Pollo, Lomo Saltado, local stews, soups and ajis.

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