Also known as Cilantro, is an essential herb in Thai cooking. Both root and leaves are used to flavour a wide range of dishes. The leaves are usually sprinkled on salads, soups and a wide variety of main dishes. Its strong flavour is somewhat strange for many newcomers to Thai cuisine. However, the flavour of the root is hardly noticed when used in cooking.
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