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Recipes featuring the cool zing of cilantro in sauces, side dishes, and entrées.

"cilantro

Cilantro and Peanut Salad (Huāshēngmĭ bàn xiāngcài)

Cilantro and Peanut Salad (Huāshēngmĭ bàn xiāngcài)
"Mango

Mango with Cilantro, Coconut, and Chile Powder

Mango with Cilantro, Coconut, and Chile Powder
"Watermelon

Watermelon Salad with Cilantro, Radish Sprouts, and Cotija

In this refreshing salad, watermelon at the peak of its sweetness is tossed in a zesty vinaigrette with spicy radish sprouts. Get the recipe for Watermelon Salad with Cilantro, Radish Sprouts, and Cotija »
"Georgian

Georgian Cilantro Sauce

An abundance of fresh herbs makes up the bulk of this unique sauce, while apricot preserves add just a hint of sweetness. See this Recipe
"Cilantro
This spicy cilantro rice makes a great side for fish tacos.
"Coconut-Cilantro

Coconut-Cilantro Chutney (Hara Dhaniya Ki Chutney)

This Indian chutney uses an array of ingredients, blending yellow split peas with coconut, cilantro, ginger, and chile.
"Green

Green Bean Salad

Vegetables form the foundation of the cuisine of the Republic of Georgia, and lobios (green beans) are a favorite. This salad is from The Georgian Feast by Darra Goldstein (HarperCollins, 1993). See this Recipe
"Pepita

Pepita and Cilantro Pesto

Toasted pepitas (pumpkin seeds) give this vibrant Mexican-inspired pesto a warm, toasty flavor.
"Grilled
Grilled lobster is a popular dish in Boston, where shellfish from the Gloucester Seafood Display Auction is plentiful.
"Cilantro

Cilantro Yogurt Chutney

This creamy yogurt-based chutney is made with cilantro, lime, and fresh green chiles. Get the recipe for Cilantro Yogurt Chutney »
"Slow-Simmered

Slow-Simmered Pinto Beans

Chiles add heat and bacon adds depth to these spicy beans, a popular side dish throughout Texas. See this Recipe

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