Growing & Saving Coriander (Cilantro) Seed - One of the reasons to eat this amazing herb is because it binds to heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, lead and aluminum, making it easier to transport them out of your body. Learn how to grow slow-to-bolt coriander; prune it to maximise your yield; then harvest, process and store your seed to grow more free herb plants next season. More on herb gardening @ http://themicrogardener.com/category/herb-gardens/ | The Micro Gardener
Grow Cilantro Indoors Give it space. Plant cilantro seeds in a container at least 8 in (20 cm) deep. It hates to be repotted. Use a pot with a drainage hole and well-drained potting mix to prevent overwatering, which can cause root rot. For the best flavor growing cilantro needs plenty of sun: a sunny spot on a windowsill WATER REGULARLY
Coriander Chutney Recipe | Cilantro Chutney Recipe | Indian Chutney Recipes... One of the simplest yet essential recipes that's a must to have in your repertoire is chutney. It can transform a main course, a snack, a party, a theme - just name it and you can throw in a chutney in there. This quick recipe for Coriander (cilantro) Peanut chutney is that and more.
An authentic Guacamole recipe, the way it's made in Mexico and by top Mexican restaurants around the world. The secret step is to make a paste with onion, jalapeno/serrano and coriander/cilantro. Makes all the difference! www.recipetineats.com