On the 23rd. Can be anything. Can you guys recommend an authentic recipe that I can make that doesn't include cilantro or coriander?
I don't thing sash paneer has cilantro
Sorry saag paneer
Most of Indian recipes call cilantro as garnish,So you can skip that easily
You could skip the cilantro in a dish you would otherwise like and offer a green coriander chutney (available pre-made in Indian grocery stores) on the side. Some people find that if they avoid the leaves and use just the stems or root they can tolerate cilantro in a dish.
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You can skip it or sub parsley.
However, we've discovered the cilantro haters hate the sopins in the leaf.
Thai curries and such call for only the steam and roots--which in my experience even a Cilantro sensitive person doesn't mind. It has the taste with none of that "Filthy nasty soap weed" complaints.
Cilantro is a garnish and can be avoided. If you wish you can add something like mint instead. It will have a different but fresh tasting effect. Alternately, you can chop and serve on the side to allow people to add their own garnish.
Try using a combo of mint and basil
Is anyone else bothered by the phrase 'I had Indian' ? Is that like ' I had beef? I had an apple. I had eggs for breakfast.
I prefer the phrase " I had Indian food.'. 'I had Indian' sounds cannibalistic.
I certainly didn't intend to offend anyone. My apologies if I did. Had I tried beef or eggs for the first time surely I would have had questions about their preparation. Should I have said Indian cuisine instead?
I usually sub out any cilantro with parsley. Sometimes I try it because I don't read the tag and accidentally purchase cilantro instead of parsley. That always sucks. Ruined many good salads all in the name of not being wasteful. :P
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