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08:26 Apr 7, 2000
English to German translations [PRO]
Marketing - Cooking / Culinary
English term or phrase: cilantro
toasted potato flatbread with cilantro creme fraiche
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Summary of answers provided
naDer KorianderMaría del Carmen Martín Rodríguez
na"Cilantro" in German is "Koreander"
Antoinette-M. Sixt Ruth
naFRISCHE KORIANDERBLÄTTE
Evert DELOOF-SYS
naGeröstetes Kartoffelfladenbrot mit KoriandersauceEva Gerkrath
naBest: "Cilantro" - Second best: KorianderDan McCrosky
na(frischer) KorianderEva Gerkrath


  

Answers


10 mins
(frischer) Koriander


Explanation:
Not much to say. The website below is very helpful with a lot of food.
Stay cool

Eva


    Reference: http://www.kueche-genuss.de/lexikonr.htm
Eva Gerkrath
Netherlands
Local time: 00:58
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19 mins
Best: "Cilantro" - Second best: Koriander


Explanation:
"Cilantro" is Mexican Spanish for coriander leaves used as seasoning in Mexican dishes. I would leave it as is unless you feel the German name is absolutely necessary, or perhaps "mexikanischer Koriander" in brackets after "cilantro".

Dan McCrosky
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31 mins
Geröstetes Kartoffelfladenbrot mit Koriandersauce


Explanation:
When searching the internet I find Cilantro generally explained as "frischer Koriander" or "Korianderkraut" so I'm sticking with Koriander. But it occurred to me that you would like the whole thing translated so I gave a suggestion.
"Geröstete Kartoffelfladen" is better if individual flat breads are meant.
The creme fraiche has gone missing aswell, if it is essential it would be " mit Creme Fraiche mit Koriander". Doesn't sound too good though.
Eva

Eva Gerkrath
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47 mins
FRISCHE KORIANDERBLÄTTE


Explanation:
Cilantro or culantro > * Latin Coriandrum (in Latin of the Middle Ages * Celiandrum)

Go to www-ang.kfunigraz.ac.at/~katzer/germ/generic_frame.html?spice_over.html

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a.o.:

Der Name Culantro/Cilantro wird gelegentlich für Korianderblätter verwendet, bezieht sich jedoch eigentlich auf den verwandten langen Koriander.
Die Bezeihnung CILANTRO, vor allem in Mittelamerika für die frische Korianderblätter gebräuchlich, geht auf dasselbe lateinische Wort "Coriandrum" zurück.

KORIANDER, WANZENKÜMMEL, CHINESISCHE PETERSILIE, INDISCHE PETERSILIE (Kraut)



    www-ang.kfunigraz.ac.at/~katzer/germ/generic_frame.html?spice_over.html
Evert DELOOF-SYS
Belgium
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6 hrs
Der Koriander


Explanation:
The word has the same greek - latin origin.

María del Carmen Martín Rodríguez
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20 hrs
"Cilantro" in German is "Koreander"


Explanation:
My information on "Koreander" stems from the Executive Director of the American Botanical Council. He is the authority on herbs, etc.

Antoinette-M. Sixt Ruth
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