The earliest evidence of the word koriadnon seems to arise from the Mycenean Greek as an evolution of Ariadne, daughter of the king Minos. This name further changed into Greek, Latin, French, and lastly English coriander . The Spanish version "cilandro" has become a common term in North America as "coriander".
Coriander's fresh leaves are largely used in Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican and Mediterranean cuisin to flavor chutneys, salads, salsa, legumes, grilled and baked poultry and fish. On Caprese Salad, coriander can be enjoyed as flavourful alternative.
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