A spice dating as far back as 5,000 BC, the pungent, lemony, and floral flavoured coriander has found its way into the many South Asian, South-east Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and European cuisines. While leaves of the plant are commonly called "cilantro" or "Chinese parsley", people generally refer to the seeds as coriander; both have markedly different flavour profiles and should not be mistaken as a substitute for the other.
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