I cheated and looked this up on Answers.com. They show this as being another name for coriander. They gave the following information for cilantro: "1) Old World herb with aromatic leaves and seed resembling parsley." Other names for this: coriander, coriandrum sativum. "2) Parsley-like herb used as seasoning or garnish." Other names: coriander, Chinese parsley. I use Answers.com at least once during every internet session. They are very handy as my dictionary while I am doing almost anything on the computer. When I am reading things from the Internet, I have to look up words and people and places. When I need to know the definition, they've got it! It's free of charge, and very handy. I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone who uses the computer!
Cilantro is a herb.
No, Absolutely not.
2 Tbsp dried cilantro = 1/4 cup fresh cilantro
cilantro is apparently coriander! actually cilantro is a green leafy herb coriander is a dried seed.
... dried cilantro
One way that cilantro is good for you is because it has antioxidants. Cilantro also has vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
cilantro - kottimeeraYogurt - perugu
el cilantro or el coriander
According to a recipe for "Cilantro Guacamole Baked Chicken" at familyoven.com, a bunch of cilantro is approximately 12 oz.
Cilantro is leaf of the coriander plant. No one "invented" it.
The scientific name for cilantro or coriander is Coriandum Sativum
2.8 ounces will be present in a bunch of cilantro
No, you could make your own salsa and not add cilantro.
Cilantro in telugu is called "kothimeera". where as the seeds are called dhaniyalu
Bugs that attack cilantro plants are fungus gnats.
I think you mean cilantro. Cilantro means in Arabic كزبرة and you can kozbara
Yes, cilantro can be substituted for rosemary. However, this is not likely to taste the same. Cilantro has a more Mexican flavor, while rosemary is more savory.
Coriander is cilantro seeds so I would use cilantro
Cilantro is neither a fruit or a vegetable. It is an herb used for flavoring foods.
There are .59g of carbs in one cup of chopped cilantro 11 cal.
1 Tablespoon fresh = 1 teaspoon dried