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| ||hara dhaniya (हरा धनिया)|
Description: Coriander leaves. Coriander (US: cilantro) leaves, finely chopped, and added to a dish at the last moment provide a bright lift. Much used in Indian and Thai cooking and much of the cooking of South East Asia for precisely this purpose.
|Coriander leaves, with thanks to Savenor's on Charles Street on Beacon Hill in Boston||
Latin: Coriandrum sativum
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: India
Also known as: dhaniyalu, dhanya patta, dhoney pata, hario dhaniya, kothamalli elai, kothamalli kolle, kothamalli kooraku, kothamera aku, kothimbir, kothmir, kotthamallie
See foods and dishes: hara dhaniya, kothamalli
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